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I am a stay-at-home mom to three wonderful boys. Gavin, my oldest is 8 year old (Jan 2000), in the 3rd grade and Autistic. Elliott Richard, my middle child is 2 (March 2006), almost 3, years old and my wild little helper. Emmett John, my baby is 3 months old (June 2008) and my little buddy. My two youngest were both "late term preemies". Elliott Richard was in the NICU for 2 weeks. Emmett John was lucky and managed to avoid having to stay in the NICU. I am president of Gavin's school's PTA and own my own small greeting card business. (I have adult ADHD and need to keep busy, can you tell? lol) I also have a wonder husband, Rob, whom I've been happily married to for 5 years now (Sept 2003).
What is your blogging philosophy?
I try to be witty, clever and funny in my posts; however, our lives don't always allow for that type of post. Unfortunately, most of our everyday stories of life tend to be more drama and medically challenged. I tend to blog about anything and everything, only stopping to censor myself on super sensitve and/or family issues.
I have been blogging since...
Fall 2005 (on MySpace) and June 2007 (on Blogger).
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