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Hi everyone! My name is Amanda and my blog is Confessions of a Wannabe Supermom. I'm a working mom of two boys, going to school part-time, and I blog about my crazy life, my faith, my family, and my attempts to balance it all.
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hi! I am Alexandra and I stay at home with my two kids! My son in 2 and my daughter is 7 months. Here is my blog:

http://frappuccinosaremyfriend.blogspot.com

I drink a little to much coffee because I haven't slept a whole night through in over 2 years! crazy stuff. The kids always find one reason or another to need us. Makes for some crazy days, but somehow we all make it out alive! :) Hope to get to know all of you better!
Hi Ladies!

I'm Liz, a SAHM of 2 girls. I'm from Chicago originally, but we've relocated 3 times in the past 6.5 years! My blog is called A Belle, A Bean & A Chicago Dog. Kate is our Memphis Belle, Maddie was born in Boston and Jack is our Chicago Dog. :)

I look forward to checking out all your blogs!

Thanks!

http://thejostesfamily.blogspot.com
Hello, I am Glenda and new to the group as well as Blogging. You can find my Blog at http://www.AngliciousGiftsandMore.wordpress.com and it is about my businesses but I
will be adding life experiances to it soon I hope.

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