My blog is cool, my blog is poppin', the kids are late for school, but all the moms are stoppin'
I write everyday at http://cheaperthantherapyjen.blogspot.com. It's addictive, it's therapeutic, it's enlightening. I write about my everyday life with 3 kids and hubby. I love the traffic feed I have because I do know that I get visitors that aren't family and friends, but curious readers looking for a good blog.
My name is Sarah. My blog is "What to do, poopsy-woo?" (http://poopsywoo.blogspot.com). It is dedicated, as we say, "to the unfettered pursuit of fun with your kids." We post everything from jump rope rhymes to game rules, to our own crafts with our kids. We're gaining a readership. Definitely, the bulk of readers, are people I don't personally know.
My blog is all about me and my only 3yr old daughter--little mouse--sometimes I throw in some tidbits on my hubby and what we ate for dinner. There are days when I am happy-go-lucky and days in tears, days when I am a big kid playing and days when I am the teacher. Homeschooling? Maybe-jury is still out.
I love to take pictures and do kid stuff. I also LOVE to blog and read blogs, so stop by and leave your name. I'll come look--for sure!
Mommy, Just One More Minute at www.thewidloefamily.com
Life Nurturing Education(linked) records my reflections on homeschooling and family life from a Christian perspective. New encouraging posts are published 2-3 times a week.
Visitors are always welcome, but more virtual friends stop by than family. I try to remember to send grandmas, grandpas, aunt, and uncles links when I post pictures. That usually gets them to visit, but they never stay long.
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