Seattle Swoon Tweetup for Mommy Bloggers!

So lucky to be invited to this event on Wednesday night! I was so tired in the late afternoon and sooooo tempted to bail and curl up on the couch with a cup of tea. I can't tell you how happy I am that I powered through the nasty traffic and torrential downpouring rain to go! Here's a video of the swag from the tweetup and of course of my "crowned" toes (my daughter was so jealous).



The event was sponsored by Pledge and 5 Minutes for Mom

Among the super chicas I met were:

Susan (@5minutesformom) from 5minutesformom

Astacia (@mamikaze) from Mamikaze and Type A Mom

Amy (@litfuse) from Sprightly Amy Anne and Litfuse

Leslie (aka Mrs Flinger) from Seattle Mom Blogs

Michelle and Laura Young from Seattle Mom Blogs

Shannon from The Mommy-Files

Alexis Running Away? I’ll Help You Pack.

Shera 5 Minutes for Faith and A Frog in My Soup,

Maggie (@mightymaggie) from MightyMaggie.com

Erin (@plinkplink) from PlinkPlink

Wendi B (@wbarker1) from Wendi’s Book Corner

Mona (@kirida) from Kirida

Shannon The Mommy Files

Kathryn Daring Young Mom


Susan Mettas, Adoption Adventures

Megan (@megan_L) from Edelman

Lindsay McIntyre from Edelman




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Comment by Ellen on June 22, 2009 at 1:40pm
Thx Jennifer! It was fun...hope they make it an annual thing :)
Comment by Mom Bloggers Club on June 20, 2009 at 12:19pm
This sounds like so much fun! So glad you enjoyed yourself. Love your toes :)

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