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I'm a mom to two boys (6 and 8) and a wife to a geeky engineer. I've survived most of a remodel and am putting life back together one day at a time. I cook, I clean, I crochet, I cry. I chase after my kids, and ask them why. :)
What is your blogging philosophy?
I blog to inspire other moms. I want them to find happiness, purpose, beauty, and humor in their everyday lives.
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Greetings from the Tampa Bay :) My name is Lea, and I am the author of Mother Baby Child - http://motherbabychild.blogspot.com. I started this blog to share my experience in having a baby just before my 1st son was about to turn 18 years old, as well as what life is like as a married mom after being single for so many years. I also blog about Christianity, baby and child stages, homeschooling, ADHD, Autism, Blog Marketing, etc. I share a lot on that blog during the non-summer seasons.
I also have a new healthy lifestyle choices and weight loss blog - http://burnfatloseweightgetskinnyfeelgreat.blogspot.com - to accompany my Skinny Body business. I am working hard to complete the design of this new blog, so that I can provide valuable health lifestyle and weight loss information, as well as to share a solid opportunity for moms that want / need to make money by working at home.
I invite you to explore my blogs and provide your feedback.
I have GFC and my network links on both of them.
Now that my baby is older, I have more time to meet the moms. I am really excited about this!
I look forward to reading your blog and networking with you here at MBC :)
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