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Follow Hyla and Kris on their journey to kicking weight to the curb for good! Hyla has recently signed up on Weight Watcher and gives the ins and outs on how it is working for her. Kris is trying her own at home,
You'll find a little bit of everything here. I'll be rambling about my attempts to be crafty, what we're doing to our house, my adventures in the kitchen, how we're staying out of trouble and how we roll with the punches the military throws our way.
I'm a 30-something mother of a tween and a preschooler, navy wife, part time sailor, and grad school student, born and raised in Hawaii, getting ready to deploy with the Army to a land locked country. We're your all-American blended family!
#mom#military wife#navy#adhd #blended family
Viewing life through the lens of a military wife, stay at home mom, and photographer. I blog about everything from photography and parenting to recipes and marriage. Occasional product reviews, giveaways and creative tutorials.
Blogging over on Live, Laugh, & Love with Lilly.
I hope you will enjoy reading my blog. I will write reviews about products for Moms, Babies, & Kids. Products the whole family can use. I hope you find my reviews helpful.
Bonnie Way blogs about balancing life as a mother and a writer. She enjoys connecting with other bloggers and moms by sharing stories about motherhood and tips about writing as well as her thoughts on the books she's reading.
Faithful MOMentos is a mother, wife, daughter, sister, friend. I love my family. Blogging has been an outlet to reach other individuals who share the same interests as I do. Looking to find other to be inspired by other and to inspire others as well. Bein
"We Only Have One Line to Live."
The Lifeline is a blog dedicated to helping others live their "lines"--those 1-inch dots in between the birth date and death date on one's tombstone--the way God wants them to live.