Any Expecting Moms/New Moms and Bloggers? Let's share and like each other on FB!

Hi, I'm Kat!  I'm a new blogger and expecting my first baby at the end of this year.  It's super exciting and exhausting time!  But, since I decided to start a blog I don't want to give up!  Hoping to meet moms who are also expecting or new moms.  Would LOVE to follow your blogs and share stories.  :)  

My blog is about my adventure into mommyhood, home, photography, and diy projects.   I write about my DIY projects, efficientizing/organizing ideas, healthy living, and probably a lot of mommy-ness.   

Please also follow me or like me on FB.  I am new to blogging, I have no idea where to start with sharing my blog out to the world.  Any tips would be appreciated too. :)

blog:  http://polka-stripes.com/

fb: https://www.facebook.com/P.Stripes

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Hi Kat, I write about the transition from career girl to stay-at-home mom. I'm a dabbler in all things creative.

www.Creating-Mom.com

twitter.com/carlygelsinger

pinterest.com/creatingmompins

Hi Carly,  Love your blog!  :)  Your "Ten Commandments" is so funny.  I'm not quite there yet, but I think I will be getting to that point soon.  I have just added your to my reading list.  

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