Hi there from The Girlz Korner in upstate New York where you'll find light, witty and rather entertaining articles on every topic imaginable from The Little Black Dress to Making Whoopie. So if you get a chance to kick back and exhale, if only for a brief moment ... come on over and see me some time.
Hey lady, glad to see you here... I guess I'll stay now (lol!!!) Great day to you ~ and just a quick Q... Do Irish twins beat a red-headed two-year-old? I mean I've got to know to play Mama-Poker properly ;-D
Hi there! I just recently opened my own online boutique and thought you might be interested in checking it out! It's called "Purely Girlie Bowtique" and i specialize in custom, handmade hair accessories for girls! Here's the link...thanks for looking!
I am a mom to Irish twins as well...our boys are 10 months and 10 days apart! We actually had two kids in 2006-I love meeting other moms with irish twins. You don't know what it's like till you've been there!
I cannot believe that we aren't friends on here. I just assumed that we were. I want to ask you a question privately - can you send me an email when you friend me or just send it to cutiebootycakesatgmaildotcom? Thanks!
Thanks! I think he's cute too, but I'm pretty sure that's in my job description (I didn't read the whole contract, I just looked for the little 'sign here' postie notes). Glad you could stop by my blog. I'll go back to stalkinglurking standing over here in the corner acting cool and nonchalant, now. Cheers.
that sounds super yummy, have a piece of corn for me, and have a couple beers for me too!! Thanks your a peach!
My hubby works all weekend ( ack!) so it will just be me and the punky monkey's, I am sure they will drag me in the pool.
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