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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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Breaking the silence and myths about being a stay-at-home mom and recovering my indentity along the way.

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Now these are the type of blogs I love to read! I can't wait to check out more of them, I've only made it through the first couple pages of replies. Let me add my blog to the list:
http://mamamylanta.tumblr.com/
I've only been a mom for 3 1/2 months, but I have already adopted a honesty-only policy.
Great group!
Hey Everyone! I'm new to the group, but have no doubt I'll fit in just fine. Once I saw the name and description of the group, I joined immediately! This is my mothership ;).
My blog is at http://www.thebossofu.com
I hope to see some of you there. I'll definitely be checking out some other blogs from members of this group. I love reading the war stories from other families! lol.

Kali
New blog post up. Come by and find out why I hid in my closet.

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Hi everyone! My blog is:

http://www.talesfromthetracks.com

~Erica
I have a new blog post up. Come by and see how I plan on fixing my mommy mush brain.

www.tlcombest.wordpress.com

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