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Keep reading to see how ordinary life events can sometimes take on extraordinary meanings . I may become fit to be tied at times over certain situations; however I will show you how I learn to view things a bit differently.
Tales of a wayward mama. Something like Mrs. Cleaver on psychedelics. Or Martha Stewart with a really bad attitude. Uncut, uncensored, totally irreverent. Some people even think I'm funny - though I wouldn't trust them. They're clearly unstable.
I'm a twenty-something from NYC. I blog about anything & everything that is on my mind at any given moment. I love link-ups & currently co-host two of them: The Nail Files & Blogger's Biggest Loser. Life should be about the journey not the destination!
Raising a child with an incredibly rare genetic disorder. We love taking pictures and videos of our amazing little boy, and we like to talk about the challenges we face bring awareness to his disease (hydrocephalus) and provide an honest look at our life.
I'm Krystal, a mom to be and holistic nutritionist. I created the mOMMY-NESSS blog to share my journey into parenthood. I love writing, I'm pumped about having a baby, and I love healthy food, mOMMY-NESS brings all these items together to inspire you.
Everyday searches for items to reincarnate using recycled dolls, jewelry pieces, buttons, sewing machine parts, jars, bottles, polished gemstone chips, beads and many other items which were once loved and now broken can be loved once again, and again.
I'm a girly girl mama of a sweet little boy with another bun in the oven! I have been blessed to find the love of my life at such a young age and am so excited to watch our lives unfold together. I love: anything pink, rhinestones, Musical Theatre, Boston
I want to touch the lives of other children and encourage them to love reading as much as I do. If I can get just one child to pick up SOMETHING and read and actually enjoy it, I feel like I've done my job.