Hi there :) I am Nikki, I am the Mom of 2 girls who are 13 and 5. I mainly blog about cheerleading, both of my girls do it- and it's a huge part of our lives. Alot of times its helpful info, and alot of time its funny part of my life- or how I manage to do it all, work, go to school, run my two kids around.
I also started a site for Cheer Moms- it started on Facebook as a fan page and has continued to grow from there- now we have our facebook page and also a ning site like this one. So that is something that I really didn't think was going to take off, but it did!!
I love reading other blogs, and look forward to getting to know all of you!!
Hi everyone! I'm Micheline and recently joined MBC but haven't had a chance to introduce myself to many people. My blog has been semi-private for most of my blogging life but I recently decided to go public as a way to connect with other moms and writers. I have a 17-month-old son who inspires me on a daily basis. Looking forward to getting to know your blog, Carla, and as many other MBC members as I can!
Hi, I'm Stacey. My blog is http://www.blogwrite4.com. I blog about current events, products, websites, and reviews of books. I'm not a experienced blogger as some of the fellow mom bloggers that I have met.
I'm Michelle, I just joined mombloggers today! I've been blogging at http://michellebank.com, Teaching Countless Ways to Save, for just over 2 months now. I list internet deals, freebies, and deals at my local grocery stores, as well as, CVS, Walgreens and Target. I'm teaching how to save 50% or more on groceries and household items.
I just happen to be a High School Special Education Teacher too!
My name is Danielle and Im new and confused to the world of blogging. Its very intreging to me and I would love to get into it more.Any advice from anyone would be greatly appreciated. Come follow me at http://danielle-makingthemostoflife.blogspot.com
Hi ladies. This is Cynthia from upstate NY and creator of The Girlz Korner. My little piece of the blogsphere was brought to life nearly two years ago. I truly have been writing since the day a Crayola was placed in my hand. I just love to share ... witty, light thoughts and articles on everything we love to read about beauty, health, fashion, dating, relationships, elder care ... guess you could say it goes the gambit from A ~ Z. So as Mae West use to say, "Come on over and see me some time." Have a wonderful weekend.
Hi, I'm Jeanine and I blog at Rosie Girl Dreams. I started my blog right before the birth of my third child earlier this year. I share a frugal, simple and green approach to family living. I hope you will stop by for a visit! I'll be sure to visit some others while I'm here. Much thanks to everyone! Rosie Girl Dreams
Hi, my name is Tamara, and I'm new here. I've had my blog for a little over two years now, but I am just now putting the effort into making it work. I started the blog when I became pregnant with our second daughter, Jenna. She was diagnosed in utero with Trisomy 18 and was stillborn, so it kind of evolved into a blog about my healing from that. I'm still healing (I think I always will be), but our family was joined by our last child, another daughter, last November. Now, it has again evolved into my journey through motherhood, raising a seven year old, a seven month old and living life without the one in the middle.
I am hoping to start doing some product reviews and maybe get some advertising going. I am currently a stay at home mom and a student who could use a little extra money each month. Please follow my blog, and I will follow yours.
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