Hey all - I have a post featured today on the parenting site Mamapeia.com. It's here: http://www.mamapedia.com/voices/day-in-the-life-of-a-stay-dash-at-d...
If you're kind enough to check it out and leave a comment, maybe they'll ask me back :). Also, if you're interested, you may want to submit some of your own fabulous posts!! Oh, by the way, they unfortunately linked it up to my old site - my current blog is here: http://blog.seattlepi.com/parentingadabsurdum/.

Thanks!

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Will do!!!
Peryl,
I read it.I left a comment. It was so fabulous that I linked it to my FB and my Truth about the Motherhood FB fan page for all my fans/friends to read. Hope Mamapedia.com asks you back! I may actually submit some pieces myself.Thanks for the info.
Debi (Truthful Mommy)
Thanks Debi!! That's so nice of you. You should definitely submit something - you are a funny lady and a great writer :).

Peryl
HAHAHAHAHAHAHA super funny loved it. My favorite part:

"Comfort two-year old who doesn’t like paint on his hands, but loves putting his hands in paint."
Oh Peryl, that was a riot! Loved it!
Thanks Amanda and MOTPG - I love you guys for checking it out :).

Peryl
I haven't been to honest mommy bloggers in a while but thought I would stop back. I really enjoyed your post!

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