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I'm mom to Maggie, a silly toddler and sweet Molly (born with Down Syndrome). My site is a community of parents that enjoy sharing parenting tips, positive family stories, laughter and learning about family-friendly products and giveaways.
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My blog is simply an inspiration blog for single moms and women. I try to do a quote of the day and talk about My struggles from divorce, parenting and relationships was tough and i Just want to give a little inspiration to others in the same situation.
How crafting (and blogging about it) took over my basement and my free-time and how it makes me a happier person. Find easy to follow tutorials, simple craft and sewing projects that can be completed in limited time, recipes and much more.
Hardly a Housewife is for women like you, who would rather go shopping than wash a dish (ew!). Attempting motherhood, frugality, and more, all the while seeking out the best deals, fashions, and giveaways!
JamericanSpice is a laid back, interactive blog where you can find informative articles, fun product reviews, giveaways, cultural living, books, music, movies, tv, entertainment news, food, health, fitness, photography, travel.
#giveaways#travel#music#books # product reviews
Childcare advice that works wonders, from an English nanny. Whether you're at wits' end over a tough parenting challenge, or simply looking for a quick tip or idea, the Nanny Godmother's tricks of the trade could provide just the helping hand you need.
Navigating the seas of modern-day parenting successfully.
This blog is dedicated to parents who are raising children---an all-important responsibility given to them by God Almighty. USSParenting.com is intended to be your safe harbor. It is a place where
A blog about the journey we all call motherhood where I share stories about raising girls, being a good wife, maintaining a home ~ all while teaching the inquisitive minds of first graders as a profession. "Just taking it one day at a time".