Moms to Tweens/Teens

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Moms to Tweens/Teens

Hi moms! I'm Candis & my blog is Letting You Grow. I started this group for moms who are currently (or have survived) raising tweens and teens! It's such an "interesting" time for us, let's support one another. From self-identity & self-esteem to bad hair days & bff drama...let's not let them drive us crazy!!!

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Latest Activity: Oct 29, 2015

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Comment by Cheryl Roth on December 3, 2011 at 10:01pm

Hi Dawn, I have a 16 year old boy who's also doing home school. I'm going to check out your site. Mine is http://hearttoheartathome.blogspot.com/

Comment by Candis on November 22, 2011 at 11:48pm

Two new posts - "Fighting Her Own Battles" and a coupon code for Justice for 40% off...check it out! Letting You Grow

Please follow - I will definitely follow back!

Comment by Candis on November 20, 2011 at 4:41pm

New blog post - Fighting Her Own Battles

Comment by Insomnia on November 17, 2011 at 9:07pm

http://http://insomnia-diarrheaofthemouth.blogspot.com/

Hi. I'm SOM aka Jill. I am a mom, but not so much a mom blogger.

Stop by and check out my blog if you have a spare few minutes. I don't troll for followers, so don't feel guilty for not clicking the follow button. Just a comment is cool.

I have 3 kids, the eldest is 10 going on 30!

Thanks, have a great day and happy blogging.

Comment by Candis on November 17, 2011 at 8:39pm

Hi Cheryl -

Thanks for joining...that's exactly why I created this group...I noticed there were far more blogs focusing on younger kids! Well, you definitely have some experience under your belt...looking forward to getting to know you!

Comment by Cheryl Roth on November 17, 2011 at 8:31pm

I've raised 2 teens who are now 22 & 21 and I have a 16 year old, so I guess I qualify for this group. Seems like a large portion of mom blogs have small children, those were the fun times. It's such a big change to have kid's who are adults, and almost adults.

 

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