Share a little something about yourself with other moms.
A born saleswoman, a people-person,
self-proclaimed jewelry & accessory addict,
now an at-home mom to 2 cutie pies...I refer to as my "kiddos".
Married to a fantastic man, known here as "Branmuffin",
I actually met at a club in Las Vegas...who woulda' thunk?
I am on a never-ending search for the latest stuff that will make my life more glamorous!
I'm addicted to my morning cup of coffee or an afternoon Diet Coke.
Recently, I have come upon some projects that will involve
my love for jewelry and home decor...and I am "over the moon"
about finding it all while spending time with my children.
I've succumbed to blogging to add some humor and sanity
to what I do 24 hours a day.....
What is your blogging philosophy?
I believe that blogging and people that read blogs allows people to escape their everyday life. It's a great way to meet people, stay connected, and find out what's great in the things you love!
I have been blogging since...
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I love new followers and finding other moms all over the blogging world. I am a mommy to a 7 month old little boy and I love it. Mommying may not always be pretty but I wouldn't change it for the world.
Welcome to MBC! I look forward to following your blog! Come and visit Mama's Little Chick and join Mama's Little Nestwork! My new network is growing fast and is a great way to gain more followers and get your blog noticed! Have a great day!
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