Hi Everyone,I am new here and somewhat new to blogging. I am Grace, otherwise known as the Dough Raising Mom. My blog is http://www.doughraisingmom.com. A little bio for you. I am an oldie but hopefully goodie mom. I have twelve kids, and am truly blessed. I have owned my own catering business for over ten years, and recently closed it to work with moms who truly want to be stay at home moms, but just need some extra cash. I do that by teaching them…See More
"Moriah, thanks for the welcome. I watched the video of your son getting inspected by the elephant, it is really cute, and fun to listen to your husband talking to him. You can hear the pride and joy in his voice. What a wonderful family you have.…"
"Welcome to MBC! I am also pretty new around here, and look forward to checking out your blog. If you are interested, come check out mine: http://josiahsnest.com
I am a new mama, and always love getting advice from those who have already experienced…"
"Hey Grace! G'Day from Down Under. :) I'm looking forward to checking out your blog - I can't believe you have 12 kids! Wow!! I'm a new mom as of January and a new blogger as of February. Still learning the ropes but definitely…"
"Hi Echo, I understand busy. Right now at least he is contained to your house, as they get older, things get easier in some respects, harder in others. I will have to go on over and check out your blog and your etsy shop. Have a wonderful weekend.…"
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I am a mom of twelve kids. I have been a stay at home mom and work at home mom all my career. I started a business ten years ago and finally decided to take what I learned from that experience and teach other moms to help groups make money and make money for themselves at the same time. This is entirely different than other businesses, but it truly lets a mom truly spend most of her time being mommy, not working. Most of the work happens on the weekend. You work with the group, they make money, your make money, and other people benefit from the good works that the group intends to do with the money.
What is your blogging philosophy?
I am pretty new to blogging, but I will post a blog three times a week.
I have been blogging since...
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Thanks SO much for taking the time to leave such a heartfelt and sincere comment on my blog post! It's always nice to know when someone agrees with you! (Way better than hearing from someone who doesn't!) I just read your bio and see that you do INDEED have a large family! I know how full my heart is with my three. I cannot imagine 12...what a blessing that must be! Thanks again and I hope you have a wonderful day!
Welcome to MBC from The Girlz Korner in upstate New York. My blog offers light, witty articles on every topic imaginable and was created over a year ago. I truly designed my blog simply for the joy of sharing light, witty, informative and rather entertaining articles on every topic you can possibly imagine from beauty, health, fashion, lifestyle and so much more. So please ... come on over and see me some time. Hope you are enjoying your weekend.
Hey Grace! G'Day from Down Under. :) I'm looking forward to checking out your blog - I can't believe you have 12 kids! Wow!! I'm a new mom as of January and a new blogger as of February. Still learning the ropes but definitely having fun! Connecting with other moms has been a God-send for me along the way!!! Feel free to stop by "my place" if you get a chance: www.themommyhoodmemos.com
Have a great week! -Adriel
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