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A peak into our life with two chubby cheeked babies. We love giving you our honest opinions on the hottest Mama, Dada, Toddler, and Baby products! We also love to give you a chance to get your hands on these awesome products!
BookZone is a virtual discovery zone of fiction and non-fiction books for the whole family by self-published as well as traditionally published authors. The site features book introductions, author interviews, book reviews, guest posts, excerpts etc.
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Hi I'm a Mama to three G.R.I.T.S. aged 7, 4, and 2. This blog is about our life with three young daughters and Girls Raised In The South. We hope ya'll will join us for some much needed laughter & tears as we venture on this journey! Visit our shop too!
Welcome to Everyday Ruralty. I was a city girl and chef, but life got interesting when I married a farmer. I love to tell funny stories and I take pictures like a crazy woman. The farm animals even seem to pose when they see me with my camera.
Non-Toxic kids is your source for information about how to raise kids naturally in a toxic world. You'll find news, reviews, commentary, and ways to take action to protect kids from toxic chemicals in our air, soil, water, and everyday products.
It truly takes a village to ascertain the wisdom and experience our youth depends on us for. We don’t know it all, not nearly, but we hope to open an arena for ideas, projects, materials, and products to inspire and provoke creative, respectful parenting.
What started as a fertility blog has turned into a parenting blog. I'm a single mom (by choice) of amazing twin boys. The blog includes our struggles and success with all aspects of parenting including discipline, eating, development, learning, allergies
The story of a little boy growing up in Vancouver, BC Canada. Pictures, videos, and stories about our son as well as information on hiking with babies, building domes, and other digressions pertinent to western Canadian parents.