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"Hey everyone. I'm a mom blogger who writes a lot about family friendly activities. I do a lot of reviews & giveaways & would love to meet fellow family friendly blog writters. Would love if you could follow via GFC & or Bloglovin.…"
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My name is Alyssa Waters, I am your nontraditional, outing mom who isn't afraid to act a little mad. Mommies Gone Mad- Chronicles of a SAHM is a moms home for honesty through real like motherhood stories, reviews & the good ol mom life.
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Blogging comes from the heart, it's not only a hobby but a way of life. Providing honesty to fellow mothers on new or even older products is key to a sucessful blog
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