Hi Marla! Thanks for the welcome! What a great blog you have. I loved the post on baby carriers - I own all the carriers you mentioned (or ones like them) and they are all great. Keep up the good work!
Now that summer is finally here I am busy in my garden, and my three kids are on a maintenance program for home schooling. Blogging will still happen, just early in the morning or late at night! My husband is a musician and producer, and I have a sewing business that makes baby slings. I thought your blog might be a great spot to share a guest post article. I have an affiliate program, we can pay you 10% as a thank you for a referral.
I'm so glad you said hello in my comments field, I got an email from it and I knew to come back here to say hi. This is quite the community...happy blogging Marla! Ang - Cheeky Baby Slings
Hi, Maria! Thanks for the welcome! I am very new at blogging, so I'm eager to learn from the pros! I hope to post lots of freebies and downloadable goodies for moms and kids on my site, so check it out when you get the chance! Of course, it's new, so there's not tons of content there yet, but I think you'll get the general idea when you see it!
I looked at your blog--nice, clean look. Obviously I haven't had the chance to look at all the posts, but from what I've seen, there's a lot of good stuff there! Looking forward to checking it out more later!
Thanks for the welcome! Your blog is really fun! I love the faucet device you posted about. I wish I would have known about this when my twins were younger. Our little 1 year old will need it soon enough though so probably wouldn't hurt to get one now. "Liked" you on Facebook. :)
Thanks!! I'm following your blog now - the read your bookcase is amazing!! my blog is journeyswithintravelblog.com we're hosting a giveaway for a Trunki kids suitcase right now - you'll have to check it out ; )
Hi, Marla! Thanks for being the first to "friend" me on this site. I'm super excited to meet other mommiees and possibly gain some advice. As for if I've ever lived in So. Cal, no ma'am. The only southern placed I've lived is my home state of South Carolina. Look forward to reading your blog.
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