Feel free to list your blog here if your posts are real, honest, and definitely not sugar-coated tales of motherhood. While they don't need to be negative posts, this group is about allowing each other to get real!

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Welcome, welcome girl!
My blog is at www.generationxmomblog.com

I can't wait to check out some of the others. Gonna take a while!
Yep, checking out these great blogs is on my list of 'to do's!'
Hi all! I just joined this group. You can check out my blog at Shh! Momma's Writing!. Can't wait to read all about all of you!
Welcome to the group Lea!
Hi!
What a great group! Check me out at :

http://www.thegirlnextdoorgrowsup.com/
Thanks for joining the group!
Hi all, I haven't been blogging long, but I do try to be honest...

http://www.worksformehomemaking.wordpress.com


Look forward to reading some of your honest blogs...
Love to read about others' families....gives me ideas for my own!
my family is a challenge much of the time, and i love them to death - lucky for them! im new to blogging..and excited to get going!

you can follow me at www.thisbigfamily.blogspot.com and www.heathercanlose.blogspot.com

~Heather
Welcome to the group and the "sport" of blogging. It's tons of fun! Headed to check your blogs out!

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