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Our blog is many things – an outlet for a couple who loves to write, a way to share what’s going on with friends and family, a place to post recipes and home renovations, and a way to document our lives. Wif has a bad memory, so it’s sorta necessary.
Spit Up is the New Black is a chronicle of change - from a twenty-something to a new mom. After coming to the realization that she was going to have to trade PRADA for pacis, author Ashley began blogging about all the changes of living with an infant.
I am a Sabahan, married with 3 children and living in Canada. This blog is about my life where I keep and show the pictures, and stories of me and my family to share with friends and relatives around the world.
Crochet blog featuring free crochet patterns, tips and tutorials. Whether you're a beginner or experienced crocheter, our blog has something for you. Link party/Blog hop hosted every Saturday.
#crocheting#arts and crafts#crochet#yarn# crafts
You can live on a budget and still have nice things! Here you'll find money-saving deals, freebies, and coupons for the whole family. Plus, reviews & giveaways from awesome companies!
One crafty mama trying to raise a couple of tree hugging kids... We nurse, we Etsy, we love, we play, we get dirty, we bake, we cry, we kiss and makeup... Follow us on our journey to living a simpler life!
#babies#atlanta#attachment parenting#organic #etsy
A stay at home Italian mama to 2 little guys, Rocco (3) and Roman (almost 2) & wife to my amazing husband, Brian. We live a crazy, busy life full of fun & adventure! Learn with me, Laugh with me & Live with me as I share with you 'Where The Piggy Toes Go'
#stay at home mom#mom of boys#housewife#mom of toddlers
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.