I am new to the group and so excited to be here. First priority here is to meet new moms and make new friendships with you. SO PLEASE BEFRIEND ME HERE.

"Always M.E.I. other moms"

is very important role in my daily life because I feel the more you M.E.I. others, the more blessings that come your way and you know that EACH DAY you have made another woman feel absolutely special.

So what does M.E.I. stand for, well simply it means to GIVE of yourself and GIVE another Motivation, Encouragement and Inspiration. When you begin to do this, you will instantly feel that you have accomplish something and even when you are having a BAD or ROUGH day- guess what, Just M.E.I. another mom here and reach out to her, your bad or rough day will TURN AROUND instantly! And your day WILL BE better and you will feel better- for HELPING someone other mom out, FEEL SPECIAL AND LOVED.

Example of WAYS to begin M.E.I.ing other MOMS here on MBC:

Just by saying HELLO or COMMENTING on her page...

Give a COMPLIMENT on her post or a picture....

BEFRIEND another mom here....

Get to HER, find out about her Dreams and Goals for herself/family...

Just create a Connection or Conversation...

It truely is as Simple as 1-2-3

I challenge you to make it your daily purpose to come on here and FIND just 1 mom to M.E.I. each day!

Just imagine by reaching out and connecting with 1 mom a day, how that will make THEM feel and how YOU will feel... at the end of the day??? It is truely a simple act BUT so Rewarding....

~AnitaMarie, momma2four

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