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Hello mamas! I'm a working mom and wife juggling my full time position at Texas Instruments and my love for writing. In addition to my side job as a freelance writer for Dallas Child magazine, I'm a new blogger for DFW Mamas writing in the "Out & About" category. Basically, I get paid to hang out with my family checking out and reviewing local venues and playgrounds (www.dallaschild.com). They're really cool gigs and we're having so much fun! I love to: spend time with my family (here and in California), read fiction books, watch movies, and shop! Please feel free to check out my previous blog postings and be sure to leave me a comment.
I wanted to let you know that I am following you, and hoping when you get a chance you can follow me back. I also want to invite you to join my groups, The Blog Hop Network, Beauty Bloggers, and Children's businesses. Also, I would love to place a link to your site on my blog if you want to do the same with my blog on yours. Please let me know by sending me an email regarding this and it has been nice meeting you via the web.
Welcome to The Club. I just joined recently as well. I hope we can connect and you'll check out my blog. www.touttoday.com
I'm passionate about health, motherhood, living green, travel and helpful life tools. My blog is committed to sharing the things I'm most passionate about with the broader community in hopes to help others live the most fulfilling life possible.
Hey Cool Playground Mommy, Wow what a small world. I lived in FM from 2000-Dec. 2004
Moved to Nor. Cal. and then a couple years later moved to So. Cal. Loved Cali., but love Dallas more. My parents still live in FM and my kids visit FM alot. My daughter visits her best friends every summer in FM. Stay in touch.
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