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We are a family of 6. Our 4 blessings range in age from 3-14 years old. That's preschool to high school! This year marks the 11th year of formal homeschooling.
My husband and I believe each child learns differently. Because of this we use an eclec
Papoe is a new perspective on parenting, where I solve the mystery of identity in curly hair (mixed babies), climb the heights of milestones (preemies), meet my match before breakfast (marriage), and whine when I'm out of wine (the cruelty of life).
Healthy Lifestyle, Strong Family! Dedicated to empowering families to be healthy by embracing culture and tradition through food! I blog about making homemade baby food, picky eating, family recipes and childhood obesity.
Motherhood isn't all Hallmark Moments! Come laugh with me (or at me) as I struggle through my daily domestic disasters and try to become a domestic diva (whatever that means). Product reviews, Giveaways, and a look at the lighter side of Motherhood.
Life with Liss is a blog about our difficult, yet beautiful journey with Lissencephaly. Follow us as I tell our story and post articles related to Lissencephaly, Polymicrogyria, Epilepsy, and Motherhood, mixed with the occasional giveaway.
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I’m Bridget, a 28-year-old mom of one living & loving life as a working mom in Wisconsin. Since becoming a mom, I've realized that the days have gotten shorter and I want to find ways to do more with less time. But who cares? I’ve got better things to do!
Pops of color, kidlet joy, fits o’ giggles, random information, sweet Mama moments, blogging fun, lots o' learning, seeking inspiration and crafting time to be creative all add up to refreshing joy & smile worthy moments. And here, I muse and share mine.
A blog that started as inappropriate rants from a mother of one has evolved to a heart wrenching yet funny play by play of the life we live, and the decisions we make when faced with a severely disabled child who is unlikely to make it.