I cannot begin to tell you how gratifying being a member of the blogosphere has been for me over the last 9 months....Having a husband who is deployed for most of the year....many nights it has been my outlet and my friend...

I have been inspired, and humbled....amused...and enlightened by so many of you....and it is in that light...that I want to honor one very special fellow blogger?

Who that Is?....I don't know yet.....that my friends are where you come in...

I am hosting the first annual Project Mommyhood Mommy Blogger of the Year Contest"....ONe fabulous, amazing, inspirational mommy blogger will win an INCREDIBLE...out of this world swag bag....think Celebrity worthy...

But I need nominations...from you all.....from now until July 30....I need everyone to come by and tell me who they think is deserving of this title...

Then this group will be narrowed down to the top 10 finalists....

Then you will help by voting on who you think is the top mommy blogger out of these 10 finalists....

So come by....and nominate....HERE

http://projectmommyhood.blogspot.com

I think it will be amazing

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