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A blog about me, a mom of two boys, 15 and 19. Learning to live with Fibromyalgia and having to re-learn everything in a new way so that I can handle daily life without overexerting myself into a constant flare state. Learn, live and laugh with me.
#mom#life#medical issues#daily life#pain
A stay-at-home mom blogging about faith, family, cloth-diapering, green-living, and whatever other random ruminations my tired little brain comes up with! Oh, and a review/giveaway thrown in here and there!
Chronicling the life of a thirty-something SAHM to 2 awesome kiddos and an amazing husband. You'll find a plethora of goodies from weight loss tips and tricks, how to coupon the effective way, DIY (Do It Yourself) tutorials, awesome recipes and more!
...leading you to fulfill your need to shop AND save! It's all about finding the best deals, paying less for them, using coupons, restoring items to "new", and saving money so that you can spend it on more important things in life like a vacation (imagine
I'm a mom, wife, freelance writer & photographer, blogger and mini-zoo keeper. I blog about life in general and whatever is on my mind. I love to do product and entertainment reviews. I also host a lot of awesome giveaways on my site on a regular basis.
Anything healthy living is up for grabs on my blog. Some of my favorites are cloth diapers and other cloth diaper products. You can find reviews and tips here. Also read about my life, marriage, motherhood and personal experiences that help me to grow.
#cloth diapers#musings#natural childbirth
Encouraging mothers to look after their health, fitness and well-being. Written by Physical Education teacher and mother of two. Practical tips for exercise, healthy recipes and many discussions about life as a mother!
Dear Crissy: Momhood Captured, is a reflection of me in so many ways. It is the embodiment of my inner-dialogue, the pictures in my mind externalized, and the fleeting glimpses of my daily life as a WAHM—captured.