My name is Christine Bronstein and I created a website for women called A Band of Wives: A New Kind of Sisterhood as a place for women to use virtual tools to network, promote what they are doing and meet like-minded supportive women in real life with our specialized groups and events.
I'm Dina-Marie from Dimes2Vines.com where I blog about our family's adventure of leaving the corporate world in AL to start a vineyard in west TX. We have 10 children, 8 of whom are still at home, so there is never a dull moment. I deal with frugal living (we are still waiting for our house in AL to sell after 2 yrs), parenting, have giveaways, a Love2Link Giveaway linky on Mondays that everyone is welcome to use, recipes, farm and everyday life stories, couponing and ....
Glad to have you here!
Hi, I'm Stephanie. My blog is pretty new (had it, lost it, left it alone for a while and am restarting it). It's http://www.TheHelpingMommy.com and it is meant to be about parenting tips/tricks, etc. I'd like to start doing reviews/giveaways on there also.
I'm excited to be here and to meet up with other mommy bloggers. :)
Trista, thanks for the welcome and the red ribbon!
Oh, I know how to normally follow a blog. If it is not 'blogspot' then there is usually a google connect section... I just don't know how to do it when it does not have either of those sections. I am waiting to follow the cute blog:
Hi! nice to meet you! I am also new...just made my blog (though I had been blogging for 2 years in secret..err journaling). Hope you all take a look at my zany look on life, twins, love and everything in between!
Hey everyone, my name is Teva Dellabalma, and I am a HypnoBirthing Childbirth Educator in Fayetteville, NC. I have been certified to teach HypnoBirthing classes since 2009, and have been so inspired by the couples I teach.
My background is in Social Work, and so I am analytical in my approach to birthing. I believe that what I tell my couples needs to be research based and based on fact.
My fascination with pregnancy and birth has been lifelong, but my passion for it began with my pregnancy with my almost 3 year old daughter, Sydney. Please join me as my passion grows, and I explore how to bring a more progressive birthing approach to this military town I live in.
I'm Stephanie and I have just joined Mom Bloggers. I write The Dirty Mommy Club and I am having a blast doing it. I had never read a blog before starting my own, and I'm amazed at all the talent out there. It's so great to connect to so many amazing and creative women! My blog is about the messy business of parenthood and I hope you enjoy what you see.
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Brittany is a director of the Toxic Free Foundation and created the first ever Toxic Free Certification Program. Weekly, Brittany publishes the Toxic Free Blog and provides coaching to over 10,000 families in the United States alone. She is the author of a Toxic Free educational series and co-author of several Toxic Free learning programs. Brittany is also an award winning author.