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    208 members Latest Activity: Jun 30, 2014 This is to the place to come to if you need Techie help with your Blogger blogs. Hopefully some savy Mom Bloggers will be able to answer any…

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    236 members Latest Activity: Apr 20 A place for those who work from from home or for those looking for ideas to work from home. Come share your experiences!

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    Moms are blogging in the south. Join the conversation: Alabama, Arkansas, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, Louisiana, Mississippi, North Carolina,…

  • Moms with Teenagers

    130 members Latest Activity: Dec 29, 2015

    Moms of teenagers know they are entering alien territory. Here we can discuss our struggles with wanting to help them grow up and be independent…

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    Join this group if you are also on Twitter! It would be great to follow a bunch of the moms that are on here through Twitter as well. Don't forget…

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