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The Latest and Greatest at the EiR
(Also Known As the Essential Infant Blog)

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The Essential Infant Blog is designed to give you real-time updates of all the new articles added or old pages updated to the Essential Infant Resource (EiR).

By clicking here, you can subscribe to my blog and have your computer notify you when a new page has been added that may be useful or interesting to you.

Or...You can subscribe to my blog and receive email notifications of new pages. (This email is different than The Merry Mother free newsletter.)

Below is a summary of the newest (and or updated) pages added to the site, with their publication date to prove that, yes, I really DO work that hard on this site!

If you're a little confused about this whole thing, skip to the bottom of the page (by clicking here) and I'll try my darndest to explain it all to you.


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RSS and Blogs for Exhausted Moms

What is an
RSS Feed?

An RSS Feed is a special tool that allows your favorite parts of the web to come to you - instead of you searching for them.

It requires no email from you and automatically informs you of the new information posted you may want to check out.

For more detailed information, check out What is RSS?

What is an RSS Reader?

An RSS Reader is a tool, like Word or Excel, that you download to your computer (most often for free). It will organize all the feeds you have subscribed to. I personally use the free Google Reader. Other free Readers are listed in What is RSS?
I know you're super tired...so I'll give you the bare-bones descriptions and instructions for you to get started.

What's the difference between a blog and a newsletter?

A newsletter is like a magazine that is delivered to via email. Does this sound like what you're looking f or? Check out The Merry Mother. A FREE monthly newsletter!

A blog is something that goes directly to your desktop, no email required. It looks similar to the blogets at the bottom of this page. It will update you on new things added to the site or other special promotions that may be running.

Accessing This Free Blog

You have basically two choices to access this free feed:

Option One:

  • Use the Yahoo, MSN, or Google button to download the feed to your personalized "My Yahoo," "My MSN," or "iGoogle" home page. If you click on the orange buttons, it will automatically add the feed to one of the index bars on your Explorer or Firefox browser. Using the orange button is the fastest (and easiest) way to subscribe.

Option Two:

  • Keep your Food Network Home Page (or whatever) and use a RSS Reader to organize your subscriptions (it's a program you open like Word or Excel).

Ready to Subscribe?

For Option One:

  • Click on the My Yahoo! button, My MSN or Add To Google button on the left side of this page.

For Option Two:

  • Right-click on the orange RSS button (control click for Mac users)
  • Highlight "copy shortcut link" or "copy link location" with your mouse.
  • Paste that URL into the "add a subscription" section of your RSS Reader.

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The Essential Infant Blog will pay you dividends in time management and make your learning-curve that much more efficient. Subscribe today and start saving oodles of time for the same great information!

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