I’ve decided to change the way I moderate comments. I used to approve just about anyone, saying just about anything. I guess when I started out blogging, I was just happy to get a few comments, and I didn’t care as much about the tone or content of the comments. I have pretty thick skin.
But that’s not conducive to the kind of community I want to be a part of now. continue reading »
I make a lot of assumptions about who reads my blog. I’m assuming most of you are women (although I know there are a few men out there, too). I’m assuming most of you are mothers. I’m assuming most of you have young children. And I’m assuming that you’re either currently on WIC or considering applying for WIC in the future. But I really don’t know these things. So who are you, really? continue reading »
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I predicted not long ago that the 2013 sequester will have little effect on how many people WIC can help. I still believe that, and now some data is coming in to back me up. continue reading »
Every once in awhile, I get an email from someone asking me if it’s okay to use material on my blog in their research for some project they’re working on. My response is always the same: ABSOLUTELY! continue reading »
I just read a beautiful post written to WIC moms, by a WIC mom. It’s exactly the kind of thing I wish I wrote more on my own blog. We all need a good deal of encouragement. Be encouraged. continue reading »