Hello everyone,

I joined up a while ago but haven't posted - until now!  My name is Tania and I blog at Larger Family Life.

I'm looking for bloggers who would be interested in writing a guest post for my blog.  My idea is that if I get enough people interested it will be run weekly.
 
I'd like your ideas on what you think you could write about that will bring more to my blog.  I'm pretty easy on the subjects and I ask just two things:
 
1) That they "fit".  A techie post is well and good and probably incredibly useful but would mean nothing to me or my blog.  
 
2) That it's family friendly and fits in with my blog's ethos and general feel.
 
Some ideas would be on your family, for example if you have a story such as adoption, fostering, infertility etc.  Families come in all different shapes and sizes after all.    Of course I'd always be interested in guest posts by other large family members!
 
Other ideas could be tutorials for kids or for adults (I love quilting and crafting), homeschooling ideas or recipes.  
 
Any and all ideas are welcome!   I'd love to hear from you.  You can email me directly at family at larger family life dot com.

Tania 

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