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What is your blog name?
Daily Coping Skills
What is your blog URL?
http://www.dailycopingskills.blogspot.com
Share a little something about yourself with other moms.
I am the sometimes dazed but usually smiling mom of 7 children who range in age from 18 down to toddlerhood. My 3 yo has a chronic medical condition which adds to the general craziness of our household.
What is your blogging philosophy?
I write to make myself laugh and to make sense of my life. It's a bonus when other people enjoy my words too.
I have been blogging since...
June

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At 5:09pm on June 25, 2013, Lea said…

Work At Home Mom, WAHM, Mom Blogger

I am stopping by to say "hello" :)
I haven't been here in a while.
I welcome your friendship :)


Lea @ Mother Baby Child & Weight Loss Help


At 2:28pm on July 30, 2010, Cynthia Helwig-Putorti said…
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.
At 2:28pm on May 22, 2010, Dawn Lidwell said…
HAHA just noticed i mispelled "Develop" LMAO
At 2:27pm on May 22, 2010, Dawn Lidwell said…
Hi Susan! I happened to come across a comment you made in one of the other groups, and seen that you said your 3 year old son has ketotic hypoglycemia. I have a 5 year old son with type 1 diabetes, so I can totally relate to the hectic lifestyle you must be living. I thought maybe you would like to chat sometime about our children's relatively similar conditions, and any other topics that happen to come to our minds LOL. I know how empowering it can be to just talk to another mom who can relate to your every day struggles with similar conditions your children have, and thought maybe we would be able to defelop a great friendship together!
At 7:38pm on January 27, 2010, The Redhead Riter gave Susan Tipton a gift
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Wishing you a wonderful week! The Redhead Riter @ http://theredheadriter.blogspot.com
At 10:38am on November 21, 2009, Melissa Taylor said…
Susan,

Email me at meltay@comcast.net and we can chat more about your blog - I'd love to help. Sorry I didn't notice your comment right away.

Melissa
At 8:05pm on October 24, 2009, Laraf said…
Your blogging philosopy caught my eye. I never really thought about it today, but I think I blog for exactly the same reasons. Thank you for sharing!
At 5:14am on October 21, 2009, Dominique said…
"I write to make myself laugh and to make sense of my life. It's a bonus when other people enjoy my words too." This is a great blogging philosophy! That's how I feel about writing in general. I think coping skills,especially those dedicated to moms of chronically ill children is a wonderful contribution.
At 4:00pm on October 19, 2009, Accidental Expert said…
My son has been hospitalized three times this last year. I have three other kids and its always a challenge meeting everyone's needs during this time. My blog is Raising Complicated Kids and you can read more about it there. Or email me and we can talk.
At 8:00am on October 16, 2009, Michele said…
Welcome to MBC, Susan. You definitely have a lot of subjects to blog about in your house. :D
 
 
 

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