Theme Week: Giving Thx!

french-18726_640Canadian Thanksgiving is just around the corner and in case you need a refresher on the history of this holiday that should have been called Welcome Home, Martin Frobisher!

If you’re up to speed that the Canadian version of Thanksgiving has absolutely nothing to do with the Mayflower and the pilgrims, than we invite you to take part in our week of thanks.

Inspired by the very astute and often witty Leah Dieterich of the blog thx, thx, thx, and aptly named book (which would make the perfect hostess gift this holiday season) 4Mothers will pay homage to the little things that make our daily life that much better.

Kristi Ashcroft will be our guest this week.  Kristi has a degree in Economics from Princeton University and work for eight years at a Wall Street firm in New York and London.  She and her husband settled in Toronto, and she is now a stay-at-home mom to three busy boys ages 3,5 and 7.

Let us know what you are thankful for by leaving a comment, sending a tweet (@4Mothers1Blog) or posting to our Facebook page (which I hope you have “liked”!).

We want to hear from you!

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4 thoughts on “Theme Week: Giving Thx!

  1. Well, my 4-year-old is pretty clear on what she’s thankful for. When my husband was tucking her in last night, he said, “I’m thankful for my wonderful children.” 4-year-old: “Do you know what I’m thankful for? I’m thankful for my wonderful toilet seat.”

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