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Welcome to Crazyville! So many hats. Only one me. Believer. Wife. Mom. Communicator. Actress. Volunteer. Daughter. Sister. Friend. Tired. Grab a cup of coffee and join me as I laugh at myself and, generally, over think my life.
Hi! My name is Jill and Im currently a SAHM to two adorable little toddlers. I recently just stopped working as a kindergarten teacher, but I have stopped my love of children and education. Come check out what I have to say =)
I am many things - a wife, a (fairly) newlywed, a sister, a law student (a/k/a an "almost" attorney), a planner, a cook and many others. This blog chronicles my adventures as I add another title to my list: a mother!
I am a mom who needs to vent, C'mon admit it! We all need to blow off a little steam sometime. Vent about the absurdities of life or a bad day. Sure beats paying someone $150.00 to sit in a chair and take notes. Recipes included.
The journey of an emergency room RN who homeschools her 3 kids, has a small urban farm, and is the wife of a police officer. The "wildflowers" in the name signifies the blessings and extras in life. You'll find posts relating to family, faith, and life.
I’m Jesse. I am described as a hippie-mama by my hubby, but really I am just doing my best to raise my family and live in the most eco-friendly, healthy, sustainable and most importantly HAPPY way we can. Easier said than done…
I am a mom of four little boys, and I love to blog about the hilarious things that they say and do as well as Christian living, breastfeeding, pregnancy, birth stories, and all things related to raising boys.
Extreme Mom is a running commentary of actual conversation that takes place in my head.
Matriarch extraordinaire of four teens and proud member of the Parental Special Forces. That's like a Green Beret, but with more practical skills.
Four kids, two foodie parents, all trying to get along.
This blog chronicles the ups and downs of trying, hopefully not in vain, to get four kids to learn to enjoy food that doesn't come from a brightly colored box with no expiration date.