Thanks, Jeannette--I DID find your blog and I'm following it because it's GREAT! I am number 48 on the list...Hopefully I will be able to find some good ones this weekend (though weekends are usually when I'm NOT on here...). Take care--and thanks!
Ok, Jeannette, I'm following you now! Sorry to have missed the blog hop, please keep me in mind for the next one. I would love to have you also follow my blog about keeping a perspective on the journey that is motherhood, raising kids and the Great Balance. ~Aimee
Thanks, Jeannette! Great blog you have! I will try signing up for your blog hop- even though I've never done one before- but it looks like a fun experience. Please also consider following my blog: http://www.motherhoodandothermusings.com/. I really appreciate your warm welcome and offers to help! ~Aimee
Hey Thanks Jeannette! I am a novice at blogging but am excited to be a part of this fantastic new experience. I am hoping to get the word out about Kids Clubs all across the nation. I am the owner of the Massachusetts Kids Club. My web site is www.massachusettskidsclub.com. But I am sure that there is a Kids Club in your state too! We are all about partnering up with businesses to offer families savings by joining "The Club". The businesses that we have on board come from all areas: fun centers, clothing stores, restaurants, and much much more. The businesses offer discounts of buy one get one free, a percentage off, or a deal-of-the-day. We also have coupons for discounts on kids meals, ice cream and more. Plus, we have a calendar listing FREE events going on. Like free puppet shows, free library events, free carnivals. Kids Club websites are your One-Stop-Shop for all things family friendly and fun!
I have two kids too. I have a daughter who will be 21 next month....What??? Who said that!! Was that really me???.....Lol. Time FLIES....and I have a son who will be 18 in January.
Enjoy your boys. Kids are great; there are so many fun activities and times that families can and should spend time together & away from TV, Video games, Cell phones (texting), and Computers.
I look forward to being your friend too.....speaking of friends, won't you please "Like" the Massachusetts Kids Club page on Face Book?
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