Growing Sideways Debuts on The Huffington Post

Exciting news this evening.  Growing Sideways now has an official presence on The Huffington Post!

A few weeks ago I emailed “Figuring out when (and when not) to say no” to Lisa Belkin, Senior Columnist for HuffPo’s Parents section.  She liked the piece, asked for a headshot, and now here we are.  In the future I’ll be cross-posting some of the best content from Growing Sideways on my HuffPo blog and I’m excited to have the chance to share the writing I’m doing here with a wider circle of readers.

And speaking of sharing content from Growing Sideways, I though I’d take this chance to highlight different ways to follow along with the blog:

  • If you’re on Facebook and are inclined, please take a second to “like” the official Growing Sideways Facebook page.  As the first band I ever loved used to sing, “Nothing attracts a crowd like a crowd.”
  • Follow me on Twitter (@kshartnett) where I tweet content from the blog along with miscellaneous parenting tidbits including this gem from Dr. Spock who warned that it’s a bad idea to “cool off” before punishing your kids: “It takes a pretty grim parent to whip a child when the anger is gone.”
  • Sign-up using the field on the right sidebar to receive email alerts when new posts go up.
  • Subscribe to the Growing Sideways RSS feed

However you choose to following along, thank you for reading!

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10 thoughts on “Growing Sideways Debuts on The Huffington Post

  1. Congratulations! This is great and I am so glad your writing will reach I wider audience. Mark and I continue to enjoy…and love the photo of the boys!

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