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Seeking Blogger Contributions for Care.com

Parents, I am writing an article for Care.com about true parenting confessions and I would love to include your stories! For example, takin…

Started by Jennifer Stauffer

0 Nov 4, 2015

Follow my blog and get free reward chart and others

You have all the reasons to read my blog because they are couple of free stuff for your kids like:1. free reward chart to encourage good be…

Started by Justina Wang

6 Jul 5, 2010
Reply by Jennifer Sabin

Looking For Articles For My Blog

Hello Everyone,   If anyone writes articles for reprint on the following topics I'd love to publish them on my blog!   Kids Birthday Partie…

Started by First Impression Favors

0 Apr 15, 2010

Constructive Criticism

Hello Ladies! I've been blogging, newslettering, twittering, etc for almost a year now and just stopped to ask myself a question; what am…

Started by Patsy Champagne

0 May 7, 2009

Best spots to post articles

I post on Mommy Ranks and Mom Blog Network. What are your favorite spots to post your articles?

Started by kristen andrews

5 Sep 20, 2008
Reply by Renee

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