weekly summary, vol. 9

PAIL Posts This Week:

  • Josey‘s Memorable Moment Monday featured a new take on the idea that clothing strewn all over the floor meant you were having a bit too much fun after a night out (I guess it depends on whose clothes, right?). A bunch of you chimed in with photos of your own. Click here to see what you missed!
  • Jules wrote about a collection of articles and blog posts surrounding the issue of how infertility & loss are regarded in the media, from TV and movies to articles highlighting the experiences of individuals and families. How do you feel about how adoption, loss and infertility are handled in the media?

Featured Posts:

Ongoing Projects:

  • We welcomed Nisha of The Prairie Plate to PAIL as our new PAIL Book Club Host! Nisha introduced the first book of our book club reboot and has now sent out an email to all participants asking for question submissions– click on over to see what it is if you missed it, and sign up to read along with us! It’s not too late!
  • Have you submitted any helpful resources for our Resource Page yet? We are slowly but surely building a PAIL Resources List– please submit any helpful links and recommendations in the comments hereWe especially need links about adoption, so please leave a comment with any websites that you have found helpful!

Community Corkboard:

This is a new section we’re adding to the Weekly Summary. If you have a question, need support, or want to give a shout-out to someone who you think is particularly awesome, email us to have your message added to next week’s summary!

New to the Blogroll This Week:

  • Hello, Sunshine! – “Trying to be the best mommy I can be.” One-year-old born July 2011. Welcome!
  • PAIL is now featuring the button for Faces of ALI, written by JJiraffe! If you look to your right sidebar, you’ll see it listed under our “Community” section. Faces of ALI is a fantastic project JJiraffe has been running to highlight the experiences of ALI bloggers across the internet in an effort to help spread awareness of the real, everyday struggles and complexities that women and families in the ALI world face. Click over to read some of her amazing posts (especially if you’re still thinking about the news item topic from this week, which she inspired).

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