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I am new to blogging and to mommyhood. I have always enjoyed writing and dream of writing a children's book one day. What better way to get practice writing than to write all the time! Now that I am a SAHM I hope to write about my adventures in learning more about what makes me me on my blog.
What is your blogging philosophy?
Um, never thought about a blogging philosophy before, so this is going to be simple and raw. When blogging I plan to tell the whole truth, and nothing but the truth, otherwise what's the point.
I have been blogging since...
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Welcome to Mom Blogger's Club! I hope you enjoy your time here and find it helpful! I know it can be overwhelming at first but I promise, you'll be a pro on here in no time! I write a blog called The Adventures of J-Man and MillerBug. It's a blog about my life with my two boys and I do some pretty cool giveaways (OK, I think they're cool! Do you?)
Every weekend I host the Finding New Friends Weekend Blog Hop. It's a great way to find new followers and friends as well as get to know more of your fellow mom bloggers. If you're not familiar with a blog hop, all you have to do is add your blog to the list. Participants then "hop" from blog to blog to find great new blogs! It's a ton of fun! I'd love to have you join us. It's going on now so come on over and link up! You can find it here: http://www.jmanandmillerbug.com/2011/09/finding-new-friends-weekend-blog-hop_29.html#more. Be sure to leave a messge if you join up so that I can follow you back!
Let me know if you have any questions or if I can help you with anything in your blogging journey! I look forward to being your friend!
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