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Started by Gladiator in Heels. Last reply by Gladiator in Heels Jul 16, 2013.
Hi, new to the group. My blog is Gladiator in Heels, which chronicles my life as wife, mom, worker, blogger. Looking forward to meeting great people and their wonderful blogs. Continue
Started by Zombiemommy Feb 10, 2012.
Does anyone know if there are specific PR agencies in Atlanta pitching to local Mommy bloggers? If not that sounds like quite a niche!:)…Continue
Started by Marina Dec 1, 2010.
We are thinking about going to the German Christmas Market this weekend It is a project of the German language programs at South Forsyth and Lambert high schools, will be 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Dec. 4 at…Continue
Here is a fantastic opportunity for all you Atlanta moms!!
Come see the Mommy's Club booth at the historic Fox theatre in #Atlanta, GA for the Atlanta Baby and Child Expo on April 26, 2014. If you are expecting, considering having a baby or already have little ones, this is the premier event to attend in the state. Save the date AND join our page Non Toxic Club for info on how to win free tickets to the event. Domenick Perrone Atlanta Moms Club
In just 2 weeks Mommy's Club will be taking Atlanta by storm at the Atlanta Child and Baby Expo . If you can't make the event, email us prior to (email@example.com) so we can make arrangements to meet up individually after the event or get a group together and run from there, just don't miss out! Opportunity only knocks a few times in a person's lifetime!
I would love to increase my readership as well. I am finding it a bit difficult. I do like coming on to the site and reading other blogs. I have found some great blogs. I normally keep track of the blogs that I join and try to comment on them at least once every other week until I just never hear from them. I love having tons of blogs to read and respond too.
Fab Mom is a site devoted to not only celebrating the love, hard work, patience, beauty and commitment of women in their capacity as mothers but also, their ability to aspire and excel in other endeavors.
Hello I'm Portia Smith creator of MommAtude blog:
Hi! I'm a first time mom, newlywed, and PhD student. My blog focuses on my journey as I attempt to balance all three. You can find me at www.mamademics.com; www.twitter.com/mamademics; and www.facebook.com/mamademics
Hey there, I am a local Atlanta based mommy blogger for the past 3 years. My blog is called ZombieMommySaves Money Saving Tips for Families. I love to write about butter, cooking, deals, coupons, deals on magaznies, cajun food, butter, kids, mary jane shoes and vbacs, in a humorous way.
But I totally love Twitter! Any Atlanta Mommy Bloggers that Tweet? I follow back within hours.
Hi. I also have a savings blog for Atlantans plus nationwide. I would love to share the things I find around town! My blog is called Smack Dab Savings. Feel free to send me a note firstname.lastname@example.org
Quality Mommy, I am headed to your site now!
My blog is called Simple Savings for Atl Moms. I try to post tips on savings in Atlanta and other areas. If you are a blogger in Atlanta, I would also love to connect with you. I am presently seeking bloggers who would love to link up and comment regularly on each others frugal blogs. You can reach me at email@example.com. Feel free to contact me.
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