Welcome to the Baby Kid Network!

I created this group as a "clearing-house" for all of the different forums for mom bloggers to connect, share and get noticed. Here are some ways to start networking:

1. If you have social networking accounts such as Twitter or Facebook, share them in the appropiate discussion threads and be sure to add the others to your account.

2. Spread the word about our group by putting the logo (HTML clickable code is listed under "Text" on this site.

3. Check out each of the other discussion threads...become a featured blog on Ask Baby Kid, my blogging/parenting tips site, find guest writer's for your blog and more.

If you have any questions, email me anytime at babykidblogs(at)gmail(dot)com.

I'm glad glad you've joined us! :)

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Hi! I'm excited to be a part of this group and look forward to networking with everyone!
Me too! :)
Looking forward to being a part of this group :)
Hi Carole! Welcome to the group.
Looks like a great group!

I am excited to join.
Looks fun!
Hi everyone,

I am new here and just wanted to say "Hi".
Hi Esther! Glad you joined us!!
Hello everyone. I am really happy to have joined a great group :) Looking forward to meeting everyone.
Hi, mom bloggers. I want to feature YOU on my site. Can you share your defining "mommy moment" with my readers? Here's an example:

http://mymommymanual.com/how-to-count-your-blessings/

Help new mommies and get some link love in the process! :) Send me a DM!
Hi everyone, I'm new here and looking forward to meeting and knowing everyone!
New here, just wanted to stop by and say hello. Hope you all enjoy my blog. Thanks for looking

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