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Hey! My name is Jennifer and my husbands name is Matt! We have been married for 2 years and also been ttc for 2 years. We are in our very first and hopefully last cycle of IVF and we couldnt be more excited to being one step closer to parenthood! I am a very happy person and very personable!
What is your blogging philosophy?
I love blogging because it brings people together who are going through the same things in life. It is a way for us "moms" to support one another, whether we know each other or not! It is also a stress reliever and helps me to take more pictures and keep track of everything going on in our lives!
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Congratulations to you and your husband! I will definitely check your blog out. I am sure you will get the hang of blogging soon. It is lots of fun and you already have a topic you are passionate about which is always the first step.
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.
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