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OSF started as an infertility blog, but has thankfully morphed into a diary of my life as a mom to my perfect baby boy, LMH. OSF has a little bit of everthing...mom stuff, baby stuff, friend stuff, work stuff, life stuff!
#baby#working mom#mom of boy#modern mom#mom blogger
Follow a southern mommy who blogs about life raising her son, trying to finish her degree, and keep her family's business from sinking. The blog also features family product reviews & lots of great giveaways!
#baby#giveaways#parenting #family #reviews
I'm Heather, he's Richard. Together, we're "The Bruhn's". Follow along as we grow and welcome our first little (Bruhn)ette and discover what parenting is really all about!
I'm a mama to Payton and a baby boy due this Fall. We are on a road to dealing with a cleft baby. Our life is simple and chaotic all at the same time. Come read along as I share our life through stories, recipes, giveaways and life as we know it.
#baby#recipes# family life#cleft lip#cleft palate
Being a new mom is exhausting both emotionally and physically and sometimes I feel like I can't do it, but when my baby looks up at me and smiles, it's all worth it. I wouldn't give this up for anything!
Why not blog? He's just too darn cute not to share!
#baby#mom# family life#adventure#parenthood
In January of 2001 I met the man I would eventually call my husband and we hit it off right away. 10 years later, we had a baby. Eliana was born in February of 2011 and now we try to live life to the fullest while salvaging a shred or two of sanity along
#baby#dog#dessert recipes# homemaker# family life
raising a kid in china with a husband who's born and bred in china as well - my nutty side of the story. if my husband had a blog, it would be about raising a kid with a foreign wife which might turn out to drive him nuts as well. thank God he doesn't.
This site is for all of you conservative mom's out there that love this country,God,your families and life and want your children to grow up with the same rights, love of God and freedom that you did. Join me on my journey through Marriage,Motherhood and
#baby#homeschool#giveaways clothdiapers#baby giveaways
Jules and John like books, long road trips where John drives and Jules sleeps, and pretending to be retired. A wide-eyed, spirited little girl named Beatrice joined their family on July 2, 2011 and has been the source of more than a few adventures.
#parenting#baby#working mom#attachment parenting
I'm a stay-at-home mom that enjoys cooking, crafting, and taking care of my baby boy and puppy. I hope to be able to share our family stories, recipes, and craft ideas. Follow us as we adjust to married life and having a baby. It will be interesting!
I'm a 32 year old fun loving stay-at-home-mom to my daughter, Gabriella (11 months), a Golden Retriever "Lucy", and two cats "Puff" and "Sassy". Let's not forget the DH (Dear Husband).
My favorite activities are cooking and baking. I also enjoy crafting,
#baby# homemaker# family life#art and crafts#baby giveaways
MamaNYC is a PR Friendly blog featuring product reviews, giveaways, parenting, motherhood, pregnancy, and a little bit of everything else. Written by NYC mom blogger with a 3-year-old boy & expecting a girl in January, so things can get a little ...funny.
#parenting#giveaways#mom blogger# family life# product reviews
Dude! Come with us on an Epic Adventure, as I attempt to redefine myself as a fabulous, sexy, domestic diva…while chasing a toddler who's boycotting the potty, and covered in baby spit up and strawberry jam. Brace yourself, it’s going to be a wild ride!
Our travels with our son Wyatt, who has Down Syndrome and his twin Zoe who does not. They, their older brother Quinn, my husband and I, make up our little family band. This blog tells our story with Trisomy 21; from diagnosis to delivery and beyond.
#baby#twins#down syndrome#special needs#advocacy