July 2008 Blog Posts (142)

Are you Trying to Conceive? So am I!

If you're trying to conceive stop by and check out my blog, The Baby Mama. I'm a 29 year old freelance writer and graphic artist and I'm blogging all about my journey to mommyhood. My husband and I have been married almost five years and we are ready to expand our family of two. We've been baby dancing since the end of May and I can't wait to get a positive preggers test!

Share my journey with me and stay up on all the mama news!

~The Baby Mama
www.thebabymama.com

Added by CravingBaby on July 2, 2008 at 3:37pm — No Comments

Turn Lemons Into Lemonade

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Several years ago I saw a special on television on what little Alex did at a very young age. At a young age Alex was diagnosed with cancer and she wanted to do something to raise money for research on childhood cancer. Alex decided with the help of her old brother to hold a lemonade stand and raise money to help her doctors find a cure. The next four years while battling her cancer she continued to hold… Continue

Added by kristen andrews on July 1, 2008 at 3:06pm — 1 Comment

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