Taking A Holiday


It is practically 2013.
Twenty. Thirteen.

How did that happen?

At about this same time last year I was having a momentary lapse in reason. (Remember that?) I can hardly believe that was a little over a year ago. A year that has been subsequently filled with:

This year on the Mothers Central Blog we have opened up new doors of parenting conversations by inviting our NAMC members to guest post. We’ve also introduced our readers to other NAMC members who share their own parenting stories on their personal blogs via the MC Voices Page. Additionally, we’ve recently begun highlighting our local Mothers’ Centers across the nation in our Center Spotlight posts.

As 2012 comes to a close, during what is often one of the busiest times of the year for families, we’ve decided to take a short break here at the Mothers Central Blog.

However, while we’re on holiday there is still plenty to read, see and do at Mothers Central.

    •    Read through our past posts.
    •    Visit our MC Voices Page.

If your a NAMC Member:

    •    Consider submitting a guest post letter to your child, or
    •    Submitting your personal blog to be added to our MC Voices Page.

If your not an NAMC Member:

    •    Visit our new Join Page to learn more about the benefits of an NAMC Membership.

Your membership is tax deductible and helps us continue to create a community of women, who through mutual support and public advocacy, explore, enrich and value the maternal experience.

Here’s to hoping 2013 brings even more voices and parenting conversations to the Mothers Central Blog.

And if you’re still looking for something to grin and smile about, I’ll leave you with this…

A video put together by the NAMC staff and written by Valerie Young, the NAMC Advocacy Coordinator (and writer of our Advocacy Blog Your (Wo)man in Washington).

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Happy Holidays to you and your Family.

Leave a comment: Do you have a favorite Mothers Central Blog Post from this past year? Let us know what it was in a Comment!

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