This week’s most popular posts, in case you missed them.
- I’m Buying My Girls a Bunch of Plastic Toys for Hanukkah & I Don’t Even Feel Guilty. During past Hanukkahs, Carla has tried to shield her kids from dolls and gifts in hopes they would turn out disinterested in consumerism. After being a mama for a few years now, her tune has changed.
-Hanukkah Isn’t Just About Gifts (But Here’s What My Boys Want) Although Mayim is never one to play up materialism, she accepts that Hanukkah is a partly gift-giving holiday. Here is a list of what her boys have requested (with adorable commentary).
- Let My Hanukkah Go! A call for some Hanukkah traditionalism, please! Nina is sick of Christmas and Hanukkah festivities being constantly compared, and is tired of the over-commercialization of Hanukkah.
- How I Swallowed My Pride & Asked For Help. After a crazy hard week with her kids, Tamara needed a little help from her friends. This piece reminds us it’s OK to ask for help when we need it–other mamas have been there before.