Hi,I'd love for other mommies to check out my website. www.beingbetter2gether.com. Being a mommy of two boys, 5 and 3, I love showing how my passion for food, living and playing… as well as all the craziness can make us all better 2gether. Please like my page and send me your blog and I'll like yours too. Thanks:)AmySee More
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With a Lebanese and Italian background, I’ve been raised to live to eat. At family gatherings we ate before we ate, and there was always this sense of 2getherness that was part of my world. I remember making spinach pies with my grandmother all morning, to enjoying the large Christmas parties my mom would throw, and now I love doing those things with my own family. I want to incorporate my nature throughout, and show how my passion for eating, living, and playing is something that can make us all better 2gether.
What is your blogging philosophy?
2gether is about nurturing greater connectivity and chemistry amongst family, friends, the community and beyond. Let me show you how we can be better 2gether as we eat, as we play and as we live. I want to share recipes that I create for my family and friends, how and why I cook together with my boys, hosting tips for parties and supper clubs, and fun activities we do 2gether. Whether it’s your husband, kids, parents, siblings, friends or neighbors, we’re all better 2gether.
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