I'm fairly new to MBC and reaching out to moms here. I am a part-time family doctor and full-time mom of 4 boys. I have a parenting website. On the site I accept questions from parents about their kids' behavior and offer suggestions about difficult situations. I hope you will check it out, perhaps leave a question or recommend it to a friend who has a problem.
Hi...I’m new to the Mom Blogger Club. I have a "Save a Life & Simple Reminder" Blog. I want to invite you & family/friends to check it out & if you decide it's something of interest, pass it on. www.mirrornote.com
Hi there. Time is precious to us all, I know. But, if you're a petite woman & would love to read great articles about the best things that come in small packages or even know someone also that would ~ come on over for a visit and stay a spell ... we'd love to have you.
Hi Caroline! Congrats on your award! :) I'm new so I thought I would introduce myself. I love your blog! Your daughter is adorable! I'm now a follwer. If you get a chance, check out my blog, I welcome any comments!
Congratulations for being chosen as a top blogger here! Your daughter is getting so big! I do not miss those days! I have 3 children with one in diapers who sleeps through this night on most days .)
Check out my blog and site at http://www.steppingstonestogether.com
I'm looking forward to checking out your blog! As of January I'm a new mom and new blogger.... Always looking to learn more... :) Feel free to stop by my blog too, if you're interested: www.themommyhoodmemos.com
Welcome to MBC, Caroline! I just checked out your blog! Your daughter is very cute! I am now following! When you get a chance, come check me out at: http://mommyhoodnextright.blogspot.com
-Jessica a.k.a Nya's mom
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