Thanks for the welcome wishes! I've checked out your blog and LOVE it! SO CUTE! Good to hear from someone back in NC! That's where we're from. Hoping to get back sometime soon. =) I am getting going on my own blog at momicles.com . Hope you can check it out sometime. =)
Hi Jeanette, you're right. It is a little overwhelming at first, but I'll get the hang of it. I just visited your wonderful blog and saw your cute sons. I have two grown kids and two little grandchildren. I will eventually do the book tour thing when I get the hang of things. so many deadlines at the moment. This is a grat network of mom's.
Yes, overwhelming! But I am looking forward to! This is something that I have wanted to do for about 4 years. I know what was I waiting for? Thank you for the invite, I will have to check it out. As for the questions, thank you for the offer, I am sure they will be coming. If you have time though, I would love to hear how you got your start. Thanks!
Thank you so much for the warm welcome! I stumbled upon Mom's Blogger and decided to sign up...but I really haven't spent anytime figuring out the site yet. It's a super busy time of the year and I am focusing on fulfilling orders from my canvas business. Any tips to ease the learning curve is greatly appreciated. I will definitely check out your blog and I am interested in participating in your blog hop!
To be honest and I am kind of embarrassed to say this I have never personally done a blog hop. I would really love to do one I just need someone to show me how. I am extremely new to blogging and although I am learning as much as i can as fast as I can I understand that there is way more for me to learn. Jessica, who is the other person I blog with, has been teaching me all that she knows, but lately with her busy schedule she hasn't had time to help me further my knowledge. Yes I would love to blog hop with you! Just send me the details of what it is that I need to do. I can't wait to check out your blog!
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