Superbowl Weekend and Links

As a New Yorker I’m stoked to see the Giants in the Big Game!

It will be fun to watch it with the kids too.  Though I suspect their interest will wane pretty quickly.  That’s OK, the little ones are still young (our oldest daughter isn’t that interested in it).

Do you get the whole family involved in the SuperBowl?  Do you hold a big party?  How do you get everyone excited?

I haven’t done a roundup in some time.

So let’s take a look at some super articles and carnivals:

Harvard Business ReviewThe Trouble With Bright Kids – Heidi Grant Halvorson – Very interesting article about the long-term messages sent to kids that have gifted intelligence.

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CNN Living | What teachers really want to tell parents – – Another interesting read, this one talking about the role parents play in their children’s education.

Good Financial Cents | The Top 67+ Family Finance Articles to Live Your Life to The Fullest

How To Be A Dad | Baby Sleep Positions: “The Roundhouse Kick”

Matt About Money | An Irrational Financial Act

Freakonomics Blog | The Worst Mistake I Ever Made: An Economists’ Parenting Quorum

GalTime | Is The Division of Labor In Your House More Equal?

Frugal Zeitgeist | Kicking Adult Child Out of the Home

After the Alter | Eat This, Not That…In Baby Land

And Carnivals Parenting Family money has taken part in:

Carnival of Personal Finance #346 |
Totally Money Blog Carnival – #52 | Canadian Personal Finance
Yakezie Carnival – Winter Wonderings
TotallyMoney Blog Carnival #43: The Movember Edition – TotallyMoney
Fall Festival 2011 and Winter Festival 2011 | Afford Anything
Carnival of Personal Finance #323 – Better Late than Never Edition | Sustainable Personal Finance
Festival of Frugality #294 Blog Carnival | Budgeting In the Fun Stuff
Canadian Finance Carnival #50 – Canadian Finance Blog
Debt Free by Thirty: Yakezie Carnival: The Wonderful Wizard of Oz Edition
Carnival of Personal Finance #321 – The Fraud Edition — Narrow Bridge Finance
Fesival of Frugality 292nd Edition
Yakezie Carnival: Easter Sunday Edition
The Yakezie Carnival: The M&M Edition

About Glen

Glen is married and the father to four children that he spends the day chasing as a stay-at-home-dad. He took an interest in personal finance when he realized most of his paycheck was going toward credit card bills. Since then he's eliminated his credit card debt and started on a journey towards financial freedom.

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  1. Thanks for linking my blog Glen.