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Feel free to list your blog here if your posts are real, honest, and definitely not sugar-coated tales of motherhood. While they don't need to be negative posts, this group is about allowing each other to get real!

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You can check out my posts at:

www.theunexperiencedmom.com

Be sure to check out some of my highlights under my "Best Of" tab!
I like the idea of a "best of" tab! I might consider it once I get a lot more posts. You can visit my blog at
http://superheroesmom.com
I'm all aboout real and follow blogs that are the same. My site is Fobes Family Formula at http://susanchapmanfobes.blogspot.com.
MY blog/stories certainly don't sugar-coat as I think parenting is an impossible job, albeit rewarding.

www.thedevilstrifecta.com

Thanks!
Some great blogs here.

You can check out my site at www.MommyMusings.net.

Tonya
Excited to be part of this group!! I'm pretty certain you'll agree that I do not sugar-coat parenting my 4 kids on:
www.TodaysCliche.com
Kat, I have four kids too! It's a riot :)
Welcome ladies! Stopping by and following you all as you join the group! Feel free to do the same!

Tamara
www.theunexperiencedmom.com
All honest ...all the time! Come visit me at http://momoftheperpetuallygrounded.blogspot.com/
Welcome and enjoy the group!
Oh! This is the place for me! When I talk about my kids it's about as sugar-coated as dog doo. I talk about dog doo sometimes too. Here's a recent talkin smack about the kids post: I'm pretty sure this is a bad sign

Have a laugh and please, do follow!

Stopping over to visit you ladies...
So glad you joined us in this group. That's what I'm talking about!!

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