Hi Leah, thank you for stopping by. I'm new to blogging and feeling very overwhelmed but everyone here is sooooo nice and helpful, I'm excited about being here. Looking forward to following your blog. Sounds like you might love my sons book. He's 9 and autistic and just wrote an amazing children's book about saving our resources and what's really important in life. Heading over now to look at your page, thanks again.
Thanks for your message Leah,
I'm so excited about meeting new people and learning about how other people go about their day to day lives and discovering new ideas!! I'm off to check out your blog, follow you on Twitter and like your facebook page!!
Have a fantastic day :)
I just dropped by your blog, I really liked the article about going green and resolutions for the new year!
I am at home mom with a daycare! All children are between 1 and 5. In september a new girl will be joining the group since both 5 year olds are heading off to school. She will be 6months when she starts here. I have a blog for the daycare and I also have a blog for my hobby, I create preschool kits. So stop by, they're in french but there is a translate button. I will be adding english articles eventually! :)
I am big on green. I proudly support Eco Daisy, a green cleanser on my site. I'll take a look at your site tomorrow and will follow you. Please take a look at 3girlsblogging.com and feel free to join and start your own discussion group. Looking forward to connecting with you.
Leah, Loved your site. I posted a comment on the Identity Crisis post. Great thought provoking post! I am sure it is a great conversation starter. I know I had my two cents!
I love the idea of going green, but my reasoning has a different dynamic to it than most. The idea of using more energy sends shivers down my frugal spine, so logically I want to use less to save more! Then secondly I want only the best for my children and so natural is a smarter choice, but going green has taken a commercial marketing turn making some "green" items very illogical and strangely harmful.
I just visited your blog and loved reading the post about the stay at home mom identity crisis. I deal with this so often in my personal life and with my business (I work from home). Thanks for the welcome to the club and I would love to have you guest blog if you are interested.
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