Please post here if you have a baby that is 3-6 months - I'd love to see your blogs! (like I don't have enough stuff in Google Reader already, lol)

It would be so nice to get to know some other moms with kids my daughter's age.

Jaedyn Emma - 3 1/2 months :-)

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My little boy is 6 1/2 months-- is that too old for you? :) I love to meet other baby moms, too. It somehow makes it all easier to think about the other people who are up at 3:30am too!
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My daughter is four months old. Thus far, I think this is my favorite age... then again, I have said that at ever stage...
Glad to stumble upon you.
Our baby girl just turned six months last week. She's our first baby. I love to meet new moms, too! www.annettemarcos.com
Hey thanks for the replies,

I didn't see them until now! I'm off to check out your blogs now. :-)
My daughter will be 3 months tomorrow. How fast it goes!

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my son just turned 7 mos last sept. 29... hope that isn't too old for you... i'd love to meet other moms too, i'd love to get and share parenting tips and all that stuff... check my blog sometime, i post stuff about my son there.. : ) here's a picture of my son, Lucas...

have 3 month old twins!



I have a 3 month old. My blog is http://lifefrommylaptop.com

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