Wow, what an awesome community of wonderful women! I love reading about everyone's thoughts and ideas. I was looking to network with other mommy bloggers but got so much more than I expected!
I've been blogging for a few years but not consistently. Recently, however, I was taken off of work with a back injury and found myself bored to death (despite the three kids running circles around me- seemingly 24/7). What better time to ignite an old flame?
I haven't belonged to a blogging network site like this before. I hope to make some friends and gain some followers for my blog. I will admit it will be difficult for me to come up with separate blogs for this than the one I already do.
I think the thing I like about blogging is that I can share my ideas with my friends and family that I may not get to talk to very often. I like being able to inform others about me. Understanding goes a long way when… Continue
I almost feel like I walked into a freshly carpeted place... still even has the new smell. That is my thoughts about treading into the Mommy blogger world. I have not many connections in the IRL / offline world because most of my friends are either just getting married or do not plan to have children for years. The rest, well..... not sure, I end up being the person they come to about advice, like I am some professional! Sorry, but that is far from the truth.
Let me introduce myself. I'm a wife and a mother by choice and an archivist and an librarian by training. I've been married for 13 years to a wonderful man who has taught me that marriage is the hardest job I will ever love. I'm the mother of five children who bring me so much joy--I tell them all the time that I firmly believe that G-d handpicked each one of them and placed them in my life.
I'm an archivist and reference librarian at a small Catholic university in an even smaller… Continue
Added by Daenel on April 29, 2008 at 10:30pm —
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