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I’m a working mom, living in the suburb of Atlanta with 2 wonderful and active little monkeys – Miss J and Mr. Z. I was born and raised in Thailand and moved here to pursue higher education. But I received more than I bargained for. A husband – Mr. Rojo, 2 kids and a dog later, I have been here for almost 15 years.
About This Website
With 2 kids and full-time job, it’s hard to find time to do fun things around Atlanta and my hometown, I created this website so that it will be a one source for all parents to find fun activities in a pinch or plan a great weekend with their family.
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"Hello Southern moms,
I live in the Northern suburb of Atlanta and just start a new blog called 'Atlanta with Kid'. Would love anyone to stop by and let me know what y'all think about my blog.
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 to leave your Twitter username in the comments when you join this group so we can follow each other!See More
"Thank you, Susan and Kathy.
I will look into the sociable icons. I know what you mean about it can be too busy. Also the idea about the link is great. Will definitely corporate that on my future posts.
Thank you so much!"
"I love your banner and logo. It's very cute. Your blog looks good. It's nice and clean. Great job!
I just started my blog as well. Would you mind checking it out? :)
Hi,I just start my blog.. literally today. :) I would really love to hear feedback from all the veterans or newbies like me.My blog is about things to do with kids in or around Atlanta metro area. It's just started so I haven't had that many posts yet. Would love to hear about how the layout look for you.http://www.atlantawithkid.comThank you,AmySee More
"Wow! If you live in the North suburb of Atlanta, I will call you up. Your photos are amazing. I think it's nice that you use the black background. It really makes all your pictures pop up! Very nicely done.
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