Don’t Cry Because It’s Over, Smile Because It Happened. A Bittersweet Goodbye.

Bittersweet Goodbye

Three plus years as Executive Editor. Two Best Blogger Awards at the Canadian Online Publishing Awards (a third nomination, to be announced in November!) One hundred and ninety blogs! And one very bittersweet goodbye.

Today, I’m saying goodbye to SavvyMom and my wonderful colleagues. Sometimes you just know it’s…time. Time to start something new. Time to trust that what’s next will be so incredibly awesome. Time to take a risk. So that’s exactly what I’m doing. I hope, one day, my children will imitate what they see.

Looking back, at all 190(!) of my blogs, I’ve compiled what I consider my “Best Of” list. Thank you, savvy readers, from the bottom of my heart, for reading, for your loyalty, for cheering me and the SavvyMom team on, for your comments, for challenging my views and offering yours, and most of all, hopefully chuckling, because we all know to parent, we need a sense of humour! (What’s the hardest thing about parenting? The answer of course is...KIDS!)

It only seems fitting, since this is a parenting site, to quote Dr. Seuss; “Don’t cry because it’s over, smile because it happened.” And,  I’m doing both. I hope you enjoy reading some of these, as much as I enjoyed writing them. Keep being Savvy. xoxo Rebecca

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How I Became a Better Parent (Try these at home!)

How (and Why!) I Turned Myself Into a Morning Person

The One Word We Need To Teach Our Kids To Help Them Be Social

I Finally Learned to Ask for Help and This Is What Happened

Dear God, It’s Me Rebecca. How Praying Made Me a Better Parent

How Saying “I Get To” Instead of “I Have To” Made Me A Better Parent

Not My Proudest Parenting Moments! (But Not My Worst Either!)

So I Let Me Son Pee Out Doors. Chillax!

Why I Banned Sleepovers

How I Ruined My Family’s Holiday Party

Dear Mom of My Son’s Bully: Yes, I Told My Son to Fight Back

I Lost a Kid On a School Field Trip: The Pressure of Volunteering is Intense

Candid Truths About Parenting

My Son Prefers His Father and It Breaks My Heart

I Believe In Teaching Kids About Charity, Just Not On Their Birthdays

My Kids See Me Naked…Got a Problem With That?

Birthday Locker Decorating is a Heartbreak Waiting to Happen

Is He a Good Father? Um, No. It’s Called Parenting

They Went Viral! The Blogs That Keep On Giving!

I’m So Over Being The Bigger Person. Now I’m Teaching My Kids This

I Only Want to Spend Mother’s Day With One of My Kids. Is That So Wrong?

My Nanny, Her Husband and Their Son All Live With Me. Here’s Why

Why We Say “I Love You to the Moon and Back”

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xoxo

Rebecca

 

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