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In June 2011 I said goodbye to my corporate life in order to be a Stay at Home Mom. It was the best decision I have ever made.
That being said, being a Stay at Home Wife and Mother is a job no matter what some might say. It is the hardest most trying job I have ever had but in the same breath it is the most fulfilling, rewarding thing I have ever done.
I am mother of 2 beautiful children Nicholas and Giada.
Because of allergies I am gluten free and my daughter is gluten and dairy free. I love to cook and being relatively new to Gluten Free (since July 2010) and Dairy Free (since Feb 2013) I'm still experimenting what works and what my family will enjoy.
What is your blogging philosophy?
I never thought I would be a blogger. My husband had been trying to talk me into it for years saying he thought I would be great at it. So one day I did it. I started 03/04/2013 and had over 1500 views in a month. I don't know if that is good or bad but excited none the less! I talk about what I love.
I have been blogging since...
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