I became a charter member and even blogged about it. I was so excited. You can link there if you'd like to read my initial impressions. That was way back in July of 2008.
Since I was unable to have children, I hate to admit this but ...Mother's Day can still be a little bit difficult.
Not that I don't want to celebrate moms, because I do. They deserve all the recognition they can get.
But Savvy Auntie is a place where you can find other women who are also aunties. You can join forums and chat with others, blog, give and receive ideas for things to do with nieces and nephews according to their ages and so much more. Check it out for yourself.
So from now on, the 4th Sunday in July will officially become Savvy Auntie's Day. And the symbol will be a flower in honor of Melanie Notkin, the founder and CEO of Savvy Aunties. She is known to wear a brightly colored flower.
Check out this video of Melanie talking about this new holiday. She is too cute!