This post by Catherine Newman: The Mostly Giving Tree. It was written even before my second child was even born, but it's still relevant, beautiful, and true for me. I read a lot of blogs, articles, etc., but I can't say that I've some across something that resonates so much with what it's like to walk in my shoes. I seriously want to hug this lady and forward this post onto everyone I know, especially when I've finished a day feeling rather battered by this parenting business.
An acquaintance of mine has an essay at Literary Mama: Cry, Baby. I have to admit that I nearly always forget to read Literary Mama, but I am impressed with the courage that it must have taken to write this essay.
Bad Moms Love Canadian Mom Bloggers - this has been a fun list to lurk on.
Also thinking of Google Analytics. I've had GA installed for years, but I haven't really paid much attention to it, but one of my new reads, PhD in Parenting, had this compelling post about stats. I actually logged into GA today and am quite amused that a lot of you arrive here, probably briefly, looking for things to do with kids in St. John's, Newfoundland. Hopefully Aliant Winterlude is/was a fun time :)