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The Joyful Mother

This is a group for moms who recognize that motherhood does not have to be a struggle and who feel driven to take responsibility for their own happiness, making this their most important parenting tool. Let's grow a TRIBE of JOYFUL MOTHERS!  

Website: http://www.thejoyfulmother.com
Members: 16
Latest Activity: Aug 28

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Being Limitless Makes For a Joyful Mom

Started by Natasha Feb 12, 2012. 0 Replies

I am a Mom to two mini-adventurers who like to scale the mountains in our living room and ice skate through the kitchen. I am also a writer and artist who spends the free time I find creating for…Continue

Tags: inspiration, children, art, writing, limitless

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Comment by Shel on June 17, 2014 at 10:20pm

Hi moms! not a new blogger but have a new site..please check it out and hit that follow buttons and I'll follow you right back! :) would love to meet new moms/friends, and make lifelong connections. 

http://mamacinderellaslife.wordpress.com

Comment by Cynthia Tolbert-Wilson on March 30, 2013 at 12:22am

I would love to increase my readership as well. I am finding it a bit difficult. I do like coming on to the site and reading other blogs.  I have found some great blogs. I normally keep track of the blogs that I join and try to comment on them at least once every other week until I just never hear from them.  I love having tons of blogs to read and respond too.

Cynthia        

http://www.richlymiddleclass.com/happy-birthday-giveaway

Comment by Thistle on March 17, 2013 at 6:00pm

Hi, I just found this group and I'm so glad. My whole purpose with blogging is to find ways to maintain my positivity and happiness at home with my children. I try to find joy in the simple things and model that for my children. I write about my crafting (primarily crochet and sewing), as well as cooking, baking, books and everyday life with my kids. One thing I love about blogging is that my blog is MY space to write about what makes me happy; I used to try to do this on Facebook, sharing things I'd made, etc., and people were negative. They wanted to know where I found the time. I don't find the time, I *make* it. I love that there are others in the blog world who understand this.

I'd love to have you visit my blog, read and look at my posts and photos; I will follow your blog if you follow mine. Hope to see you soon. :)

My blog: thistlebear

Comment by Shelby Smithhisler on March 9, 2013 at 10:26pm

Hi! I am Shelby! I am a new, stay-at-home momma to a wonderful little guy, Oliver! Come check out our blog :: It's Always Sonny

Comment by Anabell on January 31, 2013 at 11:46am

Hi everyone,

I'm a new memeber. I'm a proud stay-at-home mom of two little girls.

The name of this group is really inspiring, I love spending my time with my family but most of the people I know think family = depression. So I'm always looking for people like me, moms like me... someone who loves her family and children in any ways.

I'm a creative person and I like create and doing craft with my daughters. I love photography, but my children get all the time now, so I'm not taking so many pictures at the moment.

In this past months I opened a blog. I really would like to share my experiences as a mother, as a person, my creativity, and anything could be a helpful to others.

Being part of this group make me feel so... joyful!!!

Comment by Bonita Greiner on January 25, 2013 at 6:42am

I am so thrilled to be part of this group! I was so frustrated and angry the first 5 years that I was a mom, that I robbed my first 4 children of the mother that they should have had! Learning to walk in joy is not only a secret to mothering, but to life! 

Comment by Shawna on January 23, 2013 at 6:39pm
Thank you for creating this group!
A couple weeks ago I had a comment on my blog about how I should try and let other moms know how hard it is to be a mom and I should try to get readers to feel sorry for me (amongst other negative points and personal jabs they took). At first I wanted to quit blogging, and then trying to write a post became impossible because I was trying to please this commenter. I believe in the immense power of our words (written and spoken) and I don't want to give complaints and hardships a hold and power that it shouldn't have in my life - I want to be honest AND joyful!
I look forward to checking out all of your ladies online. If you like my blog I ask that you follow me! www.dovetailblog.com
Shawna
Comment by Kimberly Barillas on November 17, 2012 at 11:21pm

I am a Mom of 5 kids and one beautiful new granddaughter.  I was in nursing and cared for adults with profound physical/mental disabilities. I  recently relocated to Toronto, Canada, however I will always be a Texan at heart!

Comment by Sigrid Kjeldsen on February 13, 2012 at 2:33am
Hello new members!! I am sorry I have been a bit silent in this group. I have been super busy getting a new online coaching program up off the ground - this mamma has been a little over extended of late!! But oh so much JOY this work brings me.

Thank you all for being here! Althought I have almost 13,000 members on my Facebook page, I want to make this page unique for the Mommy Bloggers Club!

Not sure how that is going to look, but I want to have fun with you ladies!

Feel free to post on this page and check out my blog and FB page at:
www.thejoyfulmother.com
https://www.facebook.com/StressedOutMomCoach

Oh and check out this online coaching program I told you about -
www.mommymeltdowncure.com

Will check in soon!!

Joyfully Yours,
Sigrid

P.S. Tell your mommy friends about The Joyful Mother <3
Comment by Natasha on February 12, 2012 at 8:37pm

This is a FABULOUS name for a group....Joy we all need it and I think when we possess it within we are able to give it to our children. Thanks for creating this space! 

 

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