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I am a mother of an almost 5 year old boy, who is my delight. After working outside the home the first 3 1/2 years of his life, I've been at home for close to a year now due to health reasons. I always wanted to be able to stay at home, but never imagined it would happen, due to finances. We were presented with a situation where it wasn't a choice and we've made it work so far. I now have more time to spend with him as well as pursue some of my extracurricular activities which I always viewed as a luxury when I was working full time. Primarily this means I am able to paint and make handmade jewelry. I've also been able to spend this precious last year with my son before he begins the journey of a lifetime, attending school.
What is your blogging philosophy?
Blogging is still so new to me, my philosophy is to be a sponge and soak up as much as I can. I'm only now, after three months, realizing the potential of the blog! I am trying to find as many reliable resources and blogs as possible and that is how I found mombloggersclub.com. I am so excited to join this community and continue to learn as much as possible!
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