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I'm a 32 year old fun loving stay-at-home-mom to my daughter, Gabriella (11 months), a Golden Retriever "Lucy", and two cats "Puff" and "Sassy". Let's not forget the DH (Dear Husband).
My favorite activities are cooking and baking. I also enjoy crafting,
#baby# homemaker# family life#art and crafts#baby giveaways
Let's face it, being a parent is not an easy job, but when you're a Christian parent raising a child in a secular world it can become even tougher. Establishing Christian Parenting will guide you through the most important aspects of raising your child th
We blog about Family, life, deals, freebies, the kids, being young parents, becoming a mom at 17, and again at 20. Marriage, contests, and so much more! Come over and follow us for awesome reviews and giveaways!
#love#kids#life# family life
Throughout my life coffee has become one of those consistent things in my life no matter what I am doing. I invite you to sit back and have a Cup of Joe with me every now and again become a Barista (reader/subscriber), I am looking forward to spending mor
I am a SAHM .. Writer.. Photographer... Wife ... and most importantly a mother of 4 testosterone type spawn, I'm severely outnumbered! I have kids who are unique, with medical issues, two came tiny, but we take life on with smiles, and love!
#photography#motherhood#mom of boys#writing#special needs
This blog is the story of my life. Pregnancy and loss. The good times and the bad. A story of a girl that has grown older faster than her years. On my journey toward becoming a mother.
#life#pregnancy#miscarriage and pregnancy loss
Earnest Parenting is edited by Amy LeForge, the mother of two sets of twins. She homeschools 3 of them, while the oldest is at public school. Boys are extremely hard to understand, but Amy expects they'll all live until they're 18 and move off to college