Hi Rhonda! I am a stay at home wife and mom who works at home. I have two kiddos, "Sean Sean" (boy 4 years) and Sherry (girl 2 years). I am truly blessed that I am able to stay home and take care of my family and my hubby is a great man of God! I love homemaking, encouraging women to find their God given gifts and talents and pursue them, encouraging women to have multiple streams of income flowing through their home, maximizing energy and health so that you can handle kingdom business, hospitality, spending time with family and friends, and "talking about it all"!! LOL....
Please help me out and I will do the same for you! After all we all here to help and support one another :o) Starting in July I have my blog launching called VMOMS which stands for Virtuous Moms of Multiple Streams! I am filled with excitement as this is one of my many passions. So if you would take a moment to do the following:
Hi there from The Girlz Korner in upstate New York where you'll find light, witty and rather entertaining articles on every topic imaginable from The Little Black Dress to Making Whoopie. So if you get a chance to kick back and exhale, if only for a brief moment ... come on over and see me some time.
I just joined this blogging group and saw that you have 3 boys. I do too, 1, 4.5 & 6. The boys are great! My last little one is the happiest little guy ever! I think because he gets so much attention not only from us, the parents, but from his brothers as well. I'm sad that my baby days are just about over. :( LIke you, I hope I get some grandaughters to play with the hair and buy cute outfits for! I do have a niece but don't see her as much as I would like. But I try to get my girl fix from her! ;) I always thought I'd have a girl of my own. I guess that just wasn't meant to be! I wouldn't change having my 3 boys for the world, just too bad we coudln't keep having more...but you have to stop somewhere! There are days where I think about girls a lot and days where I don't at all. I'm wondering how it is for you? Were you ever hoping for a girl?
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