My blog is: www.atticgirl.blogspot.com. I named it Attic Girl because I co-own an eBay store called Donny Dixon's Attic with my hubby. I'm a WAHM of an almost 10 year old boy, a persnickety cat and a pampered pooch.
I blog about lots of things; great books I read, family friendly t.v. shows & movies, giveaways, and sometimes just random Plinky thoughts.
I usually write every 2-3 days. I have a few visitors so far that are not family or friends but am looking to find more followers. I am a newbie to the blogging arena as I only started blogging in February.
I really love giveaways and product reviews. Telling everyone what I think of a product and give people the whereabouts to find great giveaways is wonderful!
I try to do a "Featured Giveaway" everyday, but with 2 little ones, it's not that easy:)
I would love for you to come and take a peek...I think that I am finally done editing all my information but if you come back in a couple of days and it is totally changed...don't be surprised:) I know just enough HTML to be dangerous and hopefully I won't mess things up too bad:)
My blog is a step-by-step , illustrated cooking blog for divas!! It's called Divas Can Cook and I blog about 3-5 times a week. I just started it this week and it is so much fun. Come on over to my kitchen and stay a while if you get the time! I'm also looking for other interesting girly/ parenting blogs to follow aimed at younger moms.
The pictures on your blog are wonderful and really complement the recipes. I'm hungry! I'm always looking for food ideas now that finger foods are such a huge part of my toddler's life--thus mine. Also keeping a recipe file for when he's older.
I write about my experiences as a SAHM to T (16 1/2mos) and our adventures and the interesting people and things we encounter in Los Angeles. T hasn't been a great sleeper, so I write about that quite a bit. I post every Sunday, with random posts in between and have a readership of about 300, it seems.
I'm a poet and fiction writer, but T takes up most of that writing time at the moment. But how things change month to month! He's growing so fast. I kind of want time to slow down a little.
And I count on my one cup of coffee a day!
This blog is about the adventures, developments and happenings to my baby's and my life as a first-time mother. My blog also offers baby product reviews, baby- and children-related warehouse sale reviews (these are honest reviews and not paid reviews!), and links to website resources on parenting and pregnancy, colouring pages, special needs children, free parenting e-books, online games for kids and parents (doesn't need software installation), personalized movie trailers for you to insert your baby's phots and printable personalized story books.
I update my blog almost daily. Visitors to my blogs are random, but of course mostly are parent readers.
Hi, My name is Kim and my blog is www.dirtydiaperlaundry.com I got the idea because since my son has been born my life is all dirty diaper laundry! I blog about green parenting. I decided to cloth diaper while pregnant and I haven't looked back. From there I decided to continue greening up my life and want to encourage others to do the same. I am doing cloth diaper video reviews (just did the new gro baby). Soon I will be doing a cloth diaper giveaway to up my readership.
I make a few posts a day. Some small. The reviews take a good amount of time but I can do one a week.
Yes, so far I have been.
*Kate Bassett and Alison DeCamp, two moms who are easily amused. We tend to post things that make the other one laugh. We cover parenting (both children and pets), fun videos/games/pictures found around the internet, recipes (good food, bad pictures), arts & crafts (for parents and kids. Alison also posts her lampwork beads), design ideas, and travel tips. We post daily on the different topics and are planning on adding a weekly cluck & tweet as well as examples of "chic hens" and "chick magnets." We've gone a bit over-the-top on the bird theme. We also have a friend who will be adding an advice column. He doesn't have a clue what he's talking about, but he's really funny.
*We've been up and running for just about 1 month and average about 200 page loads per day, usually from people other than family. We think.
Hi Deb. My name is Shelly and My blog is www.TheseAreTheSaladYears.com
I started blogging because it was a way for me to vent about family life. It was my online diary. Then my husband started passing it around and people thought it was funny. When I looked at it from their prospective it really is. I write about everything you don't want people to know about. And you know what, people love that because they can relate.
I write about 3-4 times a week and yes, everything in my blog actually happens to me, no exaggeration. I've actually started getting a little bit of a following which is great. Stop by next time you want a good laugh and have one at my expense.
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