"Hi fellow bloggers!
I am celebrating my belated one year blogiversary and am giving away a "Mommy's Little Helper Reversible Apron" that can hold crayons and/or clothespins made by myself. Contest ends 2/21. See my blog for more…"
"Hi fellow bloggers!
I am celebrating my belated one year blogiversary and am giving away a "Mommy's Little Helper Reversible Apron" that can hold crayons and/or clothespins made by myself. Contest ends 2/21.
See my blog for more…"
Share a little something about yourself with other moms.
I am currently a SAHM to two sweet little girls. My background is in education and I will probably go back to teaching after both girls are in school. We'll see!
Meanwhile I love that I am able to stay at home. Whenever my girls allow me to I enjoy sewing and learning new kinds of crafts; surfing the web and soon we will be hitting the beach! We are right in the middle of a big move back to my hometown so things are waaaay crazy right now!
What is your blogging philosophy?
I wouldn't say that I have a philosophy just yet. I blog because I enjoy meeting others with the same interests. I love to be inspired and hopefully I can inspire others as well!
I have been blogging since...
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