Hello Mom Bloggers!

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 people know who you really are, although like anything else, it's easy to misinterpret words written on the internet.

My main blog is mainly about parenting, since I work as a parenting consultant for a living. I'm sure this blog is somewhat boring, but I gotta tell you about me somehow!

Anyway, I'm going to be working hard to read all of you great bloggers, get some great ideas, and hopefully make a few friends.

I'm glad to be here.

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Comment by Valerie Owings on June 3, 2009 at 3:50pm
Nice to "meet" you Tanya!
Comment by Tanya @jobtitlemom on June 3, 2009 at 2:44pm
Hi Valerie, I just checked out your site. What a great idea/ business. I need some of that with my 2.5 year old. Pity I live in Portland Oregon. Anyway, just wanted to say hi and yes I agree with you if your boobs are too big at least find a big bikini top to wear or cover it up. No one needs to see all of that. Laugh. My site http://idonotlikethisjob.com or on twitter @jobtitlemom

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