I did stop by your blog - great layout and your son is so sweet. Looking forward to getting to know you better.
BTW, love the jewelry on Etsy - are the necklaces strong enough to withstand a baby hauling on them? My 8 mo is hard on my jewelry.
Hi Moriah, Welcome! I just became a follower of your blog. Congratulations on your little one. I'm glad to see to liked NY. I am from NY (Long Island, to be exact and visit the city often with my children). Times Square is great. Lots of free entertainment there for the kids. I am looking to increase my blog & facebook followers. Would you please follow me, if interested? My blog & facebook page pertains to my invitations & favors business which is a hit with many moms planning events. Hope you like it. Thanks in advance.
Moriah, He is beautiful! I miss those days... my baby (last of 4) just graduated from high school. I do have grandbabies to love and hold though, and then give back to their mama! Good luck with the blogging and with being a mom!
Hi! Thanks for the welcome, your family is beautiful! I love NY too, but haven't been there in many years. My youngest daughter has life-threatening food allergies so we do not travel anymore as a result. I will feel more comfortable as she gets older.
thanks for the welcome Moriah.iam just gonna tell you the same thing Robin said.it really does go by fast, so enjoy this time. Just hope he has morals ,values and treat women with respect.mothers are always a son's first love so be careful of what you do in front of him. chat with you later.bye
Thanks for dropping by, Moria! Your photos are beautiful and I love your etsy stuff! What a cutie Josiah is.......it's true-it goes so fast--love him every second you can..but be sure to make time for yourself! :)
Hi .. thanks for the welcome!! I love your blog and I am a follower! :) I just started my blog so I don't have many followers yet but I would be happy to advertise for you!!! Let me know. www.sparklymommy.blogspot.com
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