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http://rachelcbriggs.blogspot.com/

Check out mine if you like. It's called Unscripted. (Confessions of a stay at home mom from a creative, hysterical and often mundane life).
Hopefully you'll laugh a little....

http://www.pipandthebean.com/
Hi! My name is Alexia, I'm an American mom living in Rome with my Sicilian husband (who claims to decend directly from the Druids), two vivacious kids and our dog Hamlet. Together we've created www.2kidsandadog.com, a site that hosts an ongoing comic webseries, which thrice weekly reveals in short snippets what really happens to make our ridiculous yearly family calendar. Documenting the activities a multi-tasking mom and a burnt-out pop, cooky costumes, home-made sets, an absurdly busy doorbell, a slow burning soup on the stove, surreptitious sibling rivalry and a lot of barking.
Hope you enjoy it and let me know what you think!!!
Alexia
Would love your thoughts!

http://youngandrentless.blogspot.com/
http://familyfriendlyfrugality.blogspot.com/

Please come check me out!
And I always follow back. I'm quicker if you comment on a post though since I get emails when people comment.
Hi, I would love you to read and comment on my blog.
I am kind if new at blogging.  It is called The Self Help Mom.
http://www.theselfhelpmom.blogspot.com
Thanks so much:)
What do mom's do best? The answer to that is easy, "just about everything". Mom is the hub that the family revolves around, she is the driving force behind the moral, ethical and spiritual direction of the family. When I look back on my own life, I see a strong grandmother, mother and three daughters who were without a doubt, the power point in the lives of the family. I dedicated one of my books, (In Search Of Paradise) to my own mom who shaped just about everything I am today. My father gave me the particulars, but my mom gave me the world.

We look to our mother for advice, counseling, support, acceptance, recognition and that all important factor, love. She is always ready to fill in were we have a need and puts us back on track when we fall off.

A mother holds the life of her children in her very hand in so many ways that we can't begin to count them. She is not only the inspiration behind the success of a student, she is often the tutor, teacher, and coach as we go from K to K (Kollege=college) Every push, shove, pat and word put appropriately tends to mold a youngster each and every day of his or her life until the child leaves home. The motherly influence doesn't stop there, but being thrust out into the space of life on your own always has the power of mom behind you.

You might take the time to tell your own mom how much you appreciate all that she has done for you. If you stop to count the meals, washing, cleaning, and driving she did or still does in your behalf, you won't have time enough to count them all.
Grandma's Briefs is ready and waiting for ya! And it's NOT just for grandmas (in fact, I think fewer NON grandmas comment than grandmas!).

Look forward to meeting you!
Hi everyone, I cannot wait to check out all these blogs! I have a cooking/travel/family lifestyle blog here, I hope you will join me and take a bite out of life!

www.alittlebiteoflife.net
Amanda,
Please come on over: recipes, entertaining, ideas for kids, and tales of our backyard poultry flock. Love to have you. I'll be sure to check yours out too.
Aimee

http://fromchapelhilltochickenville.blogspot.com
Rachel-- I love your blog so much I added you to my blogroll!!

Rachel Briggs said:
http://rachelcbriggs.blogspot.com/

Check out mine if you like. It's called Unscripted. (Confessions of a stay at home mom from a creative, hysterical and often mundane life).

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