After a frustrated week I couldn't help but to blog about temper tantrums. However, there is a twist. Come journey with me at http://journeyward.wordpress.com I'd love to hear from you!!PS. I do follow backxoxo Journey Ward xoxoSee More
Come and journey with me, this weeks blog is up, titled "The Gift Is Greater Once You Understand" I'd love to hear from you all. Come share your thoughts, it truly takes a village to raise a child..xoxo Journey Ward xoxohttp://journeyward.wordpress.comSee More
Hello Mommies,I started my blog site a month ago and would love new readers, In return I adore checking out new blog sites myself and will follow yours.I discuss random topics anywhere from mommies learning how to take care of themselves to my funny kids and their whacky but endearing journeys - all the way to my latest blog this week titled "I call Shotgun". I reached out to a few fathers to ask one simple question. Their answers were so endearing I had to include them in my latest article. …See More
Share a little something about yourself with other moms.
After sharing numerous stories with girlfriends and completes strangers (who are no longer strangers), I was encouraged to start a blog. I have two amazing children that are in two completely different worlds. With a 15-year-old son and a 2 in a half going on 12 year old daughter, the mood swings and temper tantrums are enough that I often put myself in time out. I'm very new to blogging but as an actress and writer I've found a voice that seems to have touched many. It is my hope to make many smile during our challenging journey of motherhood. It truly is a journey.
What is your blogging philosophy?
I'm not sure if I have a philosophy just yet. What I do know (hmm, that was an Oprah moment), is that speaking my truth in how I feel or felt at various moments with a slight comedic edge has helped many women. We always feel as if we are the only ones going through it. When in fact, we are all in this together. Let's enjoy the journey!
I have been blogging since...
I'm completely new to blogging. Today completes my first month.
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