"Wow, I looked at those comments. I see what you mean! You weren't even trying to be controversial or tell anyone else how to think! I guess some people just always want to pick a fight!
Hope you didn't get too upset by all of that. BTW,…"
"Don't expect to get away with "forgetting" the baby wipes. The one time you do will be the one time you REALLY need them.
Don't think that playing with your almost two year old daughter for hours won't get boring!"
"It is funny, I have found the most honest posts have receieved the most negative feedback. I haven't been blogging long but have already had some experience with this... it does hurt.
This group is for moms who tell it like it is. We all love our kids, but let's be real...motherhood is not always fun and games. So let's give each other permission to talk openly and honestly about the easy AND hard days we have as moms.
"Hi everyone, I'm new here. My blog is "Works for me, homemaking". It is about parenting, marriage, homemaking, and child language development as well as just about my life.
Share a little something about yourself with other moms.
I'm a blogger living in Sydney, Australia. I'm a follower of Christ, wife to Matt and mother to C (May 2008) and T (July 2009).
I am a Speech Pathologist by background and still do a little work here and there, though my main work is at home now. I'm a big fan of libraries (and books), coffee, and acquiring handy hints.
What is your blogging philosophy?
I write about being a Christian woman, wife and mother. My blog is a mix of issues, reflections and personal stories. Some is serious, some frivolous. I really love when people contribute to discussion and tell me that I don't know everything!
I have been blogging since...
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Hi there from The Girlz Korner in upstate New York where you'll find light, witty and rather entertaining articles on every topic imaginable from The Little Black Dress to Making Whoopie. So if you get a chance to kick back and exhale, if only for a brief moment ... come on over and see me some time.
I became the mother at the age of 20. The feeling I got is inexpressible. I was not prepared to take this responsibility. I was unemployed. My mother died when I was very young. I had to struggle a lot to earn a livelihood. It was a very struggling era of my time. I cried when I…