What a Week!

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It’s been a busy week. With deadlines hanging over my head everyday, a fantastic day on Wednesday filled with networking, and two busy kids who want to get into the Christmas spirit as much as I do, I just haven’t had a chance to write.

My apologies to my readers.

I wanted to drop in and share some of this week’s highlights:

  • The Public Relations Society of America‘s New York group held Meet the Mommy Media and I was one of the speakers! My partner in crime, Cate, and I had a fantastic time meeting some of the best and brightest women in the online momsphere. We also made some great connections while we were there. What an honor it was to sit on a panel with Stacy DeBroff from MomCentral, Victoria Pericon from Savvy Mommy, Kimberly Coleman from Mom in the City and Nicole Feliciano from MomTrends. I was enamored listening to these amazing women – and mommy bloggers – discuss some important issues related to public relations and advertising.
  • Watch Martha Stewart on Monday! Cate and I also took a few hours to attend a taping of the Martha Stewart Show. We watched as Martha whipped up three types of cookies, chat with Jennifer Esposito and show off some special packaging ideas for holiday cookies. I definitely picked up some great tips while I was there. But Martha, if you are reading, feed your audience! It is so unfair to whip up delicious cookies and not give us one teensy bite. Regardless, thanks to Role Mommy for inviting us!
  • You can now find me writing about Families & Technology at the new Family Eden blog. Family Eden is a recently launched virtual community where parents can set up spheres to manage their homes, lives and more. It’s a very cool concept.

So, how have you all been? Top Chef notes to come this week, along with a new cookie recipe, a deeeeeeeeee-licious shrimp recipe and more. Have a fantastic weekend!

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