MomSpeak - April 2012 April 1, 2012 Site Staff FacebookPinterestTwitterLinkedin MomSpeakIf You Give a Mom a Moment's Rest...Even if you haven't read If You Give a Mouse a Cookie, you'll probably recognize this refrain from mom blogger Jeanne McCullough. MomSpeakTeaching Little Ones To RecycleMom blogger Brandi Jeter says modeling good practices is the best way to build a recycling foundation for toddlers. See her participate in an iVillage video on this topic. MomSpeakThoughts on Take Our Daughters and Sons To Work DayBlogger Marion Kase will bring her daughter to the office, hoping she learns that both motherhood and a career can rock. MomSpeakBully: A ReviewMom blogger Raya Fagg reviews the movie and relates her own bullying experiences and those of her children. MomSpeakShe’s Just a Lazy Stay-at-Home MomYeah, right. All moms must deal with never-ending guilt, judgmental stares and comments, says blogger Stephanie Glover. MomSpeakStop Pink Slime in School LunchesPetition the USDA to ban this substance made of connective tissues and beef scraps from use in the National Lunch Program, urges mom blogger Paige Wolf. MomSpeakTwaddletalk TuckTo celebrate Poetry Month, blogger Rachée Fagg reads Twaddletalk Tuck by Jack Prelutsky. MomSpeakWhen Your Toddler Drops the NapHere's how work-at-home mom blogger Erin Flynn Jay solved the challenge to her productivity MomSpeakAdventure Aquarium's New Kid ZoneJennifer Auer of Jersey Family Fun visits the Adventure Aquarium's new kids' area with her children. It's an "amazing little play space," she reports. MomSpeakThe GiftMom blogger Trish Adkins says "finding the gift" can help us discover hidden treasures in most situations, good and bad. MomSpeakMilk Jug Turned into a Sandwich ContainerMom blogger Trina O'Boyle finds a recycling craft to do with her son: making a sandwich container out of a milk jug. MomSpeak, TravelWhy My Mother Hates MeBlogger Kelly Jopson-Brown reminisces none too fondly about her mother's hair styling techniques. MomSpeakInvited to the carnival…but can’t ride any of the rides.With no provisions for special needs, kindergarten registration becomes a cruel experience for mom blogger Lisa Lightner.