There’s a great website I highly recommend for working parents and those who are perhaps contemplating work, called theparentdujour.com. The site features a different working parent each day, with the goal of a year’s worth of sharing. Parents answer a list of questions, including ones about their work situation, how they balance work and home life, and their best and worst parenting moments.
It’s easy to read because it’s in Q and A form and somehow, blogger Lisa Duggan get people to spill their guts about their relationships with their partners and kids. She is always looking for diversity so the site includes both moms and dads of many backgrounds and in all different types of families.
She also includes a question about which books you read to/with your kids so it’s a helpful resource for new kid book titles. Perfect for those who believe if they have to read “Go, Dogs, Go” or another “Diary of a Wimpy Kid” sequel they may lose it.
All are welcome to participate so if you’d like to be featured or know someone who make good reading material, log on and make it happen.
If you want to read more about me– yes I divulge a few juicy details– check out my answers here.