This site has been amazing.  The moms are so friendly and have taken me in as "one of the girls."  (Ha Ha)  No one has a problem that I am a guy following a mom's group and I really appreciate it.  My problem is there are so many avenues to travel down, I don't know where to begin.

 

I want to share ideas about parenting.  I have formerly worked at a children's home/orphanage and as an elementary teacher so I have a lot of stories and a lot of helpful hints.  I love reading and giving feedback on blogs and I enjoy people reading mine as well obviously.  Also, the more friends I can have, the better.

 

If anyone wouldn't mind sharing a tip, I would appreciate it.  Also, feel free to leave your blog links.  Sharing ideas with parents makes me better at my job as a stay at home dad.  My boys are 6 and 3 and they deserve the best daddy I can be.

 

Take care,

 

Clay

http://www.tantrumstroublesandtreasures.blogspot.com

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Hey Clay,

 

I stopped by your blog today and I must say you are on the right track.  Also I want to thank you for stopping by mine as well.  I have another blog that may be helpful for you in the area of blogging its called Mom Blogger Basics even though your a Dad I am sure that you will find it useful it is really a site for bloggers with a "mom/dad" blogger focus.

 

Danielle

Mom Blogger Basics
and
The Mommy Chronicles

Danielle,

 

Thanks for stopping by my blog.  There is a lot of material on Mom Blogger Basics.  It's late though and I have to sleep.  (Ha Ha).  Thanks for the link though.  It will be helpful!

 

Clay

Tantrums, Troubles, and Treasures

Welcome to the club! Maybe if you could be more specific about what kinds of tips you need or what you need help with we could be of more help.

Alana,

 

Maybe the truth is I need to explore the site further.  I've met some nice people so far and I'd like to meet more moms and read more parenting blogs.  I'm not into blogs exclusively for giveaways, etc.  Let me keep researching and we'll go from there.   I am excited to be a part of the group.

 

Cheers,

 

Clay

Tantrums, Troubles,and Treasures

 

Alaina Forbes said:

Welcome to the club! Maybe if you could be more specific about what kinds of tips you need or what you need help with we could be of more help.

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