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.

I actually grew up younger than most kids... practically helping my father raise my two younger sisters. I did not become a mother until I was 22. So, for those of you who had a similar upbringing, you can relate... HUGE difference.

In fact, I like it a lot better than when it was my sisters. So far, Angel has been a happy and agreeable boy, with a good temper.A bit picky with food, but I have it down to where he will at least try everything once.

As for me, in the now, I am a web and graphic designer. I also dabble in small webhosting for shared and resellers for cheap. It is not easy having an online business. In fact, it is not always easy being a blogger. I run a network of sites and have been for many years. Some of you might be wondering how old I am, but I have been doing this stuff even straight out of high school, 10 years ago... which makes me 29 in September.I am currently in school online in a bachlor's program for e-business. I plan to follow that up with a masters in marketing. Yeah, a lot to do still!

However, I am here to connect with other mommies and their websites, and hope to share and learn all in the same breath.

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