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I'm Julia ...a silly-heart with seashell eyes and a windy smile. Hippie married to a soldier. Mother to a super boy. Photographer and artist by avocation. Book worm. Feeder of birds.
Also, I cloth diaper, breastfeed, and follow what is referred to as attachment parenting. And I'm converting to a more green lifestyle.
What is your blogging philosophy?
I like being honest, informative, well written. I do drop a curse word now and then but not very often and I try to not at all. I keep it clean. I want to be heard and I like to hear others. I like friendships and to be supportive of other mom bloggers.
I try to be a genuine as possible.
I have been blogging since...
Gosh, with various blogging platforms since I believe 2002.
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