Funny quotes, finances for toddler and Facebook-family info — Family blog roundup #5

Here are some recommended family-related blogs/posts from around the AreaVoices.com community. Feel free to recommend your own favorites by leaving a comment. Or you can e-mail them to me at smercer@forumcomm.com or message me through AreaVoice.

- If you haven’t yet, you’ve gotta check out “The Crazy Things Kids Say…” It’s a blog devoted to reader-submitted accounts of the funny/cute/touching things children say. For example, one child, remarking on his cousin’s injured big toe said, “Oh-no. That’s the one that goes to market!” There’s lots more. And be sure to leave a comment with your own fun kid quote. Read it ==> http://thingskidssay.areavoices.com/

- The Forum is working with three area families to help them develop a more sound financial footing. Follow those families’ journeys and start your own ==> http://financialfixup.areavoices.com/

- Feel like your children are speaking another language when they talk about social media? Do you have no idea what that previous question even means? You can wise up with ”A Parent’s Guide to Facebook.”  ==> http://nierocks.areavoices.com/2011/01/17/a-parents-guide-to-facebook/

- The Forum’s Sherri Richards, brave mother that she is, takes on “Money management for toddlers” ==> http://topmom.areavoices.com/2011/01/15/money-management-for-toddlers/

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