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Always good to see fellow play mommy bloggers. If that's what you do then add your link and a bit about what you blog about below. Let's get to know each other better.

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I have an educational blog for parents of preschool and elementary children.
Check it out!

http://www.biglittlebrain.com
Hi Melitsa -- my blog is not always about play, but I try to share developmental activities using everyday items that I've used with infants and toddlers as a teacher, home visitor, and nanny. I love to check out similar blogs, so I'll have to go check out yours.

New England Nanny
I see there hasn't been much activity here, but it's the sort of group I'm looking for, so thought I'd leave a note and see if others do to...I'm a SAHM to 2 little boys, always trying to get them engaged in some sort of play that will help them learn, but always struggling! I blog about the things we do manage to do that I think others might be interested in hearing about to do with their own kids, or at least be encouraged about the things they do with their little ones if they see others are doing it too...stop by!

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