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"Only a few members of my family know about my blog and they are the more accepting members of my family. When I began my blog I didn't want any of my friends or family to know about it because I was afraid that would hender my writing and I…"
"I really should start trying to schedule my posts a bit better. I'm ashamed to say i've let a few weeks pass before a new blog post when things get hectic around here. Right now I just blog when the mood strikes me and I feel inspired that…"
"I use a "cutesy name" for my daughter. It is a nickname I call her sometimes and it just translated well into my blog. Part of it is because I would rather people not know her real name but I don't try to censor it everywhere and if…"
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Share a little something about yourself with other moms.
I'm a stay at home mother of a beautiful daughter and wife to a US soldier. I love to cook, scrapbook, sew and create as well as taking care of my home, family and playing creative and educational games with my daughter.
What is your blogging philosophy?
Be true to yourself and what you write and be honest to those who take the time to read it.
I have been blogging since...
2006, took a break and recently came back to blogging in 2009.
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