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  • Jessica Weissman - Mostly memoir, mostly highly personal, varyingly successful with some excellent pieces. As usual for this series.

    This year's entry in the Best American Essays anthology is filled with personal autobiographical essays, reflecting the interests of the editor, with few of the magazine-article type of essay that can be equally marvelous and personal and illuminating. Which means that the bar is very high; the world is chockablock with memoirs and autobiographies, and there are a whole heck of a lot of writers who have already written about, say, aging.

  • Abbey's 1-Click Book Blog - i was sucked into the story but mainly because I wanted to ...

    Started this last night and finished reading this morning - i admit, i was sucked into the story but mainly because I wanted to know the back story around Misha and why he randomly appeared after not being around for month.

  • like to shop - One of the best baby products I purchased so far

    You never know what your baby will like and where he/she will prefer to sleep. As first time parents we purchased the crib, the bassinet, the cradle, the mamaroo and of course the car seat. Well for the first 4 weeks of life my son refused to sleep anywhere except the mamaroo. He hated anything with a flat surface, so the crib and bassinet were completely out. We bought the newborn insert to make the mamaroo more plush, and because he was so tiny it was swallowing him up. There were a few times where he would slide down a bit and his head looked somewhat uncomfortable but I would just re-adjust. It was helpful to have the mamaroo in our bedroom, so those first few weeks we can check on him constantly. The swing has multiple sounds, but he prefers only one, the whoosh, which is what it sounds like in utero from what I read. Now that he is 2 months old, he is sleeping in the crib the majority of the time, but he loves hanging out in the mamaroo when he is alert. He stares at the 3 puffy balls on top and I noticed he tries to smile at them and sometimes makes noises directed at them.