Hi Mom Bloggers, I would love to see all of your blogs, but don't have the time to go through each and every one. I believe we can all help eachother, and exchange advice, tips, comments, (etc.) Send me the links to your blogs, and I look forward to seeing them.
You can find mine here: http://groovybabyblog.blogspot.com
My blog speaks to moms who are working hard (from home or an office), taking care of children and spouses, managing a household, maintaining a budget, carpooling, going to soccer games, baking cookies for kindergarten class, and doing a million other jobs, yet attempting to take care of themselves. I talk about everything from worrying too much to the importance of girlfriends. I also indulge in adding family photos and pictures of my jewelery. http://alittlegratitude.blogspot.com
Hi Angela! I'm a new member of mom bloggers club and actually just started my blog yesterday! I created my blog to help moms find unique, out of the ordinary, high quality products for their children/babies. I guess the products featured are more artistic and style oriented. In the future I hope to add more products by independent designers, artists, toy makers, etc.
Hi All, I have posted my recipe for mock champagne in my blog: http://jesuslovespebbles.blogspot.com/2008/12/mock-champagne.html. Not only is it easy to make (the kids will have a great time making the mock champagne!), it is a big hit with adults and children alike. Whenever my husband and I hold gatherings at our home, it is always the first item to run out. :) Have fun trying out the recipe!
Hi Michiko, thanks for the recipe for the mock- champagne we will try this christmas, also we follow your blog
have a merry christmas and a happy new year!.
Angela & Angelica http://Groovybabyblog.blogspot.com
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