I just liked you on FB. I love the pics on your site...they tell such a story. My site is http://thisdaymatters.com/ - stop by when you have a chance.
Looking forward to getting to know you.
I just linked to your FB page. I also took a peek at your etsy shop with the onesies. Super adorable! When you have a chance, please check out my site at This Day Matters and leave a comment. Any feedback would be great…"
"Hello everyone! I'm Josephine and my blog is called This Day Matters.
I'm a full-time stay-at-home-mom and part-time actor.
I’ve made it my mission to make each day about empowering my son to be an incredible human being in body,…"
"Hi Johanna. Thanks for putting together this group for Chicago mommas! I was ALSO born in PI and raised in the Bay Area. Wow! Anyhow, I enjoyed your site. Everything looked awesome and yummy! Hope you follow me too! (Josephine @…"
"Hi, Josephine. I really liked your only child post - it reminded me of the time my son was telling everyone I was pregnant because he wanted a baby sister (even though I wasn't!) Just wanted to say hello from Sorry, Mom. I didn't listen."
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I'm a full-time stay-at-home mom and wife and a part-time actor. I love to write. After a lifetime of shyness and trying to please, I'm realizing that I'm an okay person just trying to do the best I can for my son, my husband and for myself.
What is your blogging philosophy?
I like to keep it positive, consistent and focused on raising kids and keeping yourself and family healthy,
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Hi, Josephine. I really liked your only child post - it reminded me of the time my son was telling everyone I was pregnant because he wanted a baby sister (even though I wasn't!) Just wanted to say hello from Sorry, Mom. I didn't listen.
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