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"welcome to MBC Leah! I look forward to reading your blog...you story sounds very interesting. We have a couple things in common...both 39 and I just moved to Atlanta from Denver, so we should get along great. Add me to your…"
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When I met my hubby I knew he had a daughter. But it never clicked until I actually met her. She was 4 years old, and I was scared to death of her. Now 8, turning 15, we have our ups & downs, I love her! How do you work your blended family?!See More
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I have been a mother for a year (March 2011), & a step-mom for 3 years. I am far from being a perfect mother that it can be embarrassing. My intimate friends know the struggles that I have had with my parenting. I thought I should keep it on the “down-low” but the more I saw the truth, the more I thought others might benefit from my reality. "Don't you just love being a mother?" "No" would be my first response, then followed by "however..."
Not only am I a mother, but first I am the lover of my amazing Samoan husband “MM”. Throw in that I married in my mid-30s and learned we were having a baby at 38, that just after we bought our first home I lost my job of 8 years. Now I have the blessing to stay at home and work from home. I also had the privilege of giving birth to my "Pule" at home without any meds. It is not for everyone and I respect that.
A little bit more about me? Well, I didn’t always want to have a child. And here I am married to a husband from a culture where they say "birth control"? What’s that? My SIL has 7 children and she is younger than me. We are followers of Christ (far from perfect there too!) and so we put our faith where it matters most. Thus our Pule was born. She is not ours, but His. We do our best to walk our life out of obedience, but every day we fail.
My hope is that this blog reflects me, my life & with the remote possibility that someone else may be encouraged. Be forewarned…I may be opinionated, have loud outbursts, and offend, I will never judge and always forgive.
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Welcome and hit there! Time is precious is to us all & this may all seem so overwhelming with every one vying for your attention. I hope your stay is awesome and if you happen to be a lady 5'4" and under & would love to read some fun articles geared towards every thing petite and then some, please come on over for a visit. We'd love to have you & also have a beautiful selection of petite shoes sizes 2 - 5 1/2.
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welcome to MBC Leah! I look forward to reading your blog...you story sounds very interesting. We have a couple things in common...both 39 and I just moved to Atlanta from Denver, so we should get along great. Add me to your friends list so that we can stay in touch. I have 2 children and married for 17 years. My kids are 16 and 11 years of age, so they no longer need me during the day, just to carpool them around at night...haha. I just joined this new start up company that will go live in April. Here is a little bit of info. about the company www.mypinkinfo.com
Hi! Welcome to Mom Bloggers Club. Wishing you the best of luck. I hope you'll check out my blog (www.pregnancybaby411.com) and follow my blog with Google Friend Connect. (I always follow back! Just leave me a comment with your link!)
I also feature a mom blog directory on my blog, and would love for you to join up and get more traffic to your own site! Feel free to ask me any questions you might have about navigating this site, or about blogging. I love helping and connecting with other bloggers - whether new or experienced.
I look forward to meeting you and reading your blog! :-)
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.
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