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.

Check out my blog
http://beforethebabywakes.blogspot.com

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I personally have a blog, which I blog about kids craft, recipes, books, tutorials and also have giveaways. I will follow you as well. I am already following you.
http://showmemama.blogspot.com
Grandmas are mommies, too. If you'd like to read the Grandma (ie been-there, done-that mama) perspective, check out my blog, Grandma's Briefs, http://www.grandmasbriefs.com/. I think you'll be surprised -- no crocheted doilies or "my sweet honey bunch" from this grandma!

I'm off to visit your blogs!
I remember checking out your blog last week. I'm glad I saw this post, though, because I had neglected to subscribe to it before. I fixed that problem, and followed you on Twitter, too.

My blog is very new, but it is a real blog, covering general mama topics (and beyond). You might enjoy it. I'm still getting the hang of things.

http://www.barnmama.com

On twitter, I'm @MoonshadowFarm

Maybe I replied to this topic already? I can't remember and I'm not going to sift through all the comments to find out.
Hi All,
I don't know if I responded to thread yet or not, but I have a real blog! I am a new mom, as well as a literacy instructor and researcher at Columbia University. I've been blogging about how to read and write with babies and toddlers. It's mostly ideas for reading and writing that I have been trying out with my daughter, Lily, who is now 9 months old, but we've been reading and singing and storytelling form day one! I don't advertise or sell anything on my blog, it's just for information and ideas!

If you care about reading and writing with your little ones, check out my blog!

http://tinyreader.blogspot.com

Cheers!

Beth
I'm definitely a traditional blogger. Food, fun, family, craziness and crafts, that's me. I'd love you to come by and take a look, and I'm off to check out your's right now.

http://www.nickiwoo.com
Amen! Over the years I have watched my favorite blogs become so filled with giveaways and samples they no longer have a voice. So sad I think. I, too hope to keep it mom real and to share the ups and downs. And not what I have to give away free.

Megan
My blog is about my life and if you would like to check it out that would be great! I am off to check out yours!

http://www.domesticextraordinaire.com
Lisa -- I love you're grandma blog! I'm sending my mom & mom-in-law the link to it. They will both love it!

Beth (TinyReader)
http://tinyreader.blogspot.com
I have all kinds of stuff on my blog! Check me out! www.ourpeacefulhome.com and i'll check you out too!
RuralMom.com fits your description (though seasonally, I do host giveaways and reviews.)

Checking your blog out now, would love to be blog friends :)
hehe... i agree... i'm a real blogger... maybe a little too real for some but *if* ya wanna check it out...

http://themomwhostayedsober.com
or
http://diaryofausedtobefatty.com

no giveaways or reviews here :)

aimee - who loves finding other real blogs :)
I'm a "real" blog - I don't do any giveaways, just blog about life or topics that strike me.

I'm at http://talesfromthetracks.com

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