motherhood is a journey in my life that I never want to forget. I blog about the joys, frustrations and humour of bringing up a child. How life is always easier when I see it as half full. Blogging is a great networking tool to know other moms and to encourage each other in this parenting journey.
because I wanted to share with my other mommies friends. Sending individual emails got to be to hard. But after blogging for a while I found a voice for something that was needed more of online...the voice of a black women parenting an asian and black biracial child.
I've discovered that it allows me to remain connected, not only to the outside world, but to myself. I get to write again, something I've always loved doing. I get to document the big things, as well as the little things. Im able to share, ask, create, read, learn, all through this little big world of blogging.
Hi new here. I blog partly because I'm a professional writer (and it's nice to be able to write without deadlines or editors or briefs!). But also I blog because I think it's great self-therapy (and a lot cheaper than seeing a shrink!). I dunno if it's OK to include links in the forum but I recently posted on this at my second blog - you can click here to read it as it explains my blogging journey!
It's also a great way to make friends - and so many of my 'cyber-buddies' are now real-life friends......
Looking forward to meeting you all here - wow, it's a big group!
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