I'd love Feature You & Check Your Blog And If your a New Blogger or Blog About Parenting & Blogging Let Me Know

Starting after the New Year I'm going to add some guest bloggers and more featured bloggers.

There are so many great blogs and I feel like I'm missing out on some super amazing moms. So if you have a cool blog about parenting or blogging, let me know so I can visit or feature you on my blog.

And for those of you who commented on my last article "7 tips for intimacy in marriage after kids"  in Parent Society thanks so much it was featured on the front page!  This is my newest: ( they are ongoing now)  FYI I didn't choose the title I was going to call it something else but editors choice- I hope you like it.

http://parentsociety.com/mom/hot-mom-at-40/

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I may be interested in writing a guest post for you. I am Mom to Family on Bikes - a family of four who rode our bikes from Alaska to Argentina. I can write about how parents' expectations drive what kids can do or something along those lines. Would that work?

I'd be interested!

I blog about real mom stuff!

Jessa
www.onceamom.com

Thank you :) I'll check out your blogs and get back with you after the Holidays!

I blog about mom stuff, parenting and my 2 cents on a variety of topics. www.noliesplace.com

Thank you I'll check your blog and get back with all of you :))

Hi Lisa,

I am extremely interested in blogging for you. In addition to blogging, I have written for a number of local newspapers so I'm used to being assigned topics if necessary, but recently, am focusing mostly on humor, parenting teens, and (ahem)...um....aging. Check me out at http://dianereiter.com. You can also take a peek at other work I have done at Vincenzo News. Thanks for your consideration!

 

Diane

 

Hi Diane I'd love to add you to my roster for this upcoming yr just checked out your blog and you are funny :) That's good I always need a laugh.

I would be happy for you to check out my blog : http://njhousewife.blogspot.com/

Hey NJ Housewife :) I'll check some dates and get back to you :) I know your blog I"ve read it :))

HI Lisa- I am brand new to blogging. Take a peak if you would like, I am working on several projects right now. But, I do blog about my life as a mom, working mom, photography, health and lifestyle- my life in a nut shell. If anything I would also love any feedback that you have. Thanks! Gina @ http://mychocolatepeaces.com

Hi Lisa! I'm a mommy blogger who focuses on deals and family. I'm also a freelance writer for the Lubbock Avalanche Journal. I handle the Sunday Savvy Shopper column. You can read more of my work on my blog: http://www.hotpinknchocolate.com.

Thanks for considering me! :)

Hi Lisa,

If you are still looking for guest posters or featured bloggers, I would love for you to check out my blog. While it is fairly new, I have been gaining a following and adding more content. Although I am fairly new to blogging, I have been a freelance writer for several years. As a writer, I have covered everything from health to travel to fashion. As a blogger, I typically write about deals and parenting.

Thank you,

Jessica

http://arebutterfliesticklish.blogspot.com/

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