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A former preschool teacher turned SAHM, I started this blog to share pieces of our life, ways we play, things we make, sharing our faith, and thrifty living.
I'm just trying to give my daughter the most magical childhood I can.
This my is my creative outlet and a place for me to share my SAHM life. You will find all kinds of yummy food and crafts shared weekly! My favorite things are sparkles and sprinkles... so let's have some fun!
Meg's Life As A Mom is about my crazy, wonderful life as a mom to 3 kiddos!! I blog about our daily life, good times, adventures, awesome products that we come across, tasty recipes and trips that we take.
#mommy blog#mommy review blog
I am a christian woman tackling wifeyhood, motherhood and dairy free, made from scratch cooking. Semi crunchy mommy starting on a new adventure with cloth diapering.
I conceived after a battle with PCOS and weight.
I am a part-time SAHM with a love for strong coffee, peanut butter and sneakers. I am a fitness enthusiast who loves sharing tips, recipes and ideas with others! Follow me as I juggle life between Diapers & Dumbbells!
The Little Mumma chronicles the life and times of Angie as she navigates motherhood with her two sons, LD (3 year old devil) and Zee (9 month old daredevil). Boobs, The Hoobs and frozen food cubes – jump on in to my nightmare!
My new blog about trying to live a more eco-friendly life whilst trying NOT to lose my mind (oh yes, I'm a Mom), spill my latte, scuff up my beautiful Alfani boots, break a nail, keep my naked dogs groomed (yeah you KNOW you wanna look now), master organi
The chronicles of a man who struggles with depression and autism while going thru a family medicine residency. I will discuss issues including a unique view of medicine and medical issues thru autistic eyes. As it is not usually for someone with autism be