I looked at it and loved it! I have a masters in natural health so I really like the content and inspiration for making healthy choices. I am a follower hope you will check mine out and follow and LIKE it if it interests you, Kristy at www.apronsandapples.blogspot.com
Hi Leah - thanks for the wam welcome. I'll def check out your blog. I'm trying to figure out where I fit in the mom world. I started my blog before I even got pregnant so the direction may change but please check it out www.vickielinegar.blogspot.com
Thanks for the welcome! I checked out your blog and have already learned alot. I have literally just started blogging. I have one post and a repost of a coworkers post on my blog. I'm hapy to say though that I have about a dozen drafts just waiting to be published. I'd love some opinions. www.goaupairglendale.wordpress.com
I saw where you wrote in your blog about avoiding chemicals, and thought i'd ask if you ever heard of Norwex, its a company my mom sells for that specializes in chemical free house cleaning tools, laundry stuff, even face cleaning cloths. I really like their stuff, maybe you could look them up.
What I really liked about your blog is that you share your ideas about safety, and express them in a manner which is insightful
I would love you to see my blog: http://babysignshine.blogspot.com/ it is actually a Glog (Group Blog), when I invite experts from all over the words to blog together. I am in the process of looking for 2 new bloggers!!! Are YOU interested? Are YOU fun and unique writer? Are you curious about signing with babies and children (no need for experience)? Or…. Do you know anyone else? Maybe this forum is made for us to connect in a professional level! Even if not, comment on my blog, I always look love hearing from others!!
Have a great spring, what a beautiful time out there,
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Love your blog especially the post about the stay-at-home mom identity crisis. My blog is new and follows the life and times of three stay-at-home moms transitioning to mompreneurs . Check it out and spread the word.
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