Absent Parents, Let The Kids Talk. Part 1 of 2 part interview. Come share your suport to this awesome group of kids.www.angelsofinspiration.blogspot.com Come share your support to these awesome kids by leaving a comment in the comment section of their interview post.
Welcome to MBC from The Girlz Korner in upstate New York. My blog offers light, witty articles on every topic imaginable and was created over a year ago. I truly designed my blog simply for the joy of sharing light, witty, informative and rather entertaining articles on every topic you can possibly imagine from beauty, health, fashion, lifestyle and so much more. So please ... come on over and see me some time. Hope you are enjoying your weekend.
Hi Deb! I just stopped by your blog and I'm your newest follower! I'm always looking for new enriching activities for my toddler, and your blog has a ton! I'm going to have to check out How to Raise an Amazing Child The Montessori Way; it looks like another great resource. Come by and check out my blog if you have a minute :)
Hey Deb! G'Day from Down Under. :) I'm looking forward to checking out your blog. I'm a new mom as of January and a new blogger as of February. Still learning the ropes but definitely having fun! Connecting with other moms has been a God-send for me along the way!!! Feel free to stop by "my place" if you get a chance: www.themommyhoodmemos.com
Have a great week! -Adriel
Your Montessori site is really nice. I went to Montessori growing up, now my daughter is 4, she went to preschool last year at public school, but I'd love to implement more Montessori type learning at home. I really liked the book review ~ I'll be checking it out.
Welcome to MBC. Look forward to getting to know you better!
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