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stepmoms rock

for all those stepmoms out there who rock! practical advice, discussion & bragging rights on the good, the bad, & the outright joys of being a stepmom who rocks!

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Comment by Chelle on February 3, 2016 at 4:21pm

Stepmoms definitely rock!!!  I just wrote about it on my blog VP to Mommy, and my kids biological mom said she cried when she read it.  This might have been the best compliment I could have ever received.

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Comment by AspiringNewMoms on July 12, 2011 at 9:17am
I am a stepmom blogger as well. Check me out at http://aspiringnewmoms.blogspot.com
I blog about being a stepmom, my new baby, postpartum fashion, food, and wine...
Looking forward to meeting other stepmom bloggers!
Comment by Paula K on January 26, 2009 at 9:20am
Having been a stepmom for the past 15 years to Miss K, along with mom to my own son, JK, life has certainly dealt me some curve balls......especially after Miss K moved in with us fulltime 5 years ago at 13! hmmmmm.....a 13 yr old girl going thru puberty gets dealt the new home, family & school card, a stepmom (from hell she said), a gifted stepbrother and her ex-policeman dads rules......a cocktail for disaster? you bet! share your tears & laughters or ask me for any advice.......only too happy to share....I had to go thu it all for something, right?.......right??
 

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