So I joined MBC last week and I enjoy all the new blog I'm following and all the new followers I have. But one slight complaint I have is a lot of the blogs are nothing more then giveaways and coupon blogs.
Are there any bloggers out there that stick with general mommy topics, crafts, reading, marriage?
If so I want to follow my blog and exchange I think you'll enjoy my blog.
I just write about daily life, but since I got my little one the posts have been about her only... And now I don't really have much time to blog anymore either, boo. Your site looks great, I'll bookmark it cause it seems like the baby needs a new diaper :x
I'm enjoying visiting some new blogs (new to me) that have terrific content other than marketing. I blog about a frugal, green and simple approach to family living at my blog. I have three young children under the age of 5, and find myself inspired on a daily basis by my full time and favorite job ever, parenting. I do an occasional review/give away (but only when it's in support of something I truly believe in). I hope some of you will drop by for a visit and a comment at Rosie Girl Dreams. Thanks!
Jeanine Ertl Rosie Girl Dreams
I just changed my blog to reflect the real issues going on in our world! I am older than most moms here, and we have been hit hard with the recession. I had all these things going on in my head and finally decided to write about them. We have been to the top of the mountain and fell as far as two people possibly can financially. I don't expect anyone to feel sorry for me (us), I am writing it more for myself and also, to show that the downturn in the economy affects EVERYONE! I do hope some of you will join me as I just started this blog a couple of days ago. It's called Our Platinum Paradise, and you can find it at: www.ourplatinumparadise.blogspot.com
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