Share a little something about yourself with other moms.
I am lover of God, People, and Stuff! Lifelong cheerleader and promoter of others; you need a healthy dose of positivity infused in your daily life, I'm your gal. Lobbyist for anything and everything nonGMO and organic for my family and others.
Fitness aficionado, servant minister, mom of twins plus one, and doting wife. I'm an open book on my blog.
What is your blogging philosophy?
Vulnerability. When we expose our most human moments the last thing we want is someone to hate. Just remember that says more about them than it does about you. Blog what feels right....I think we all have those moments and I think that sharing lets all others know we are normal or have something unique to share to learn from or learn to love.
"I started to approach my blog as a job and quickly began to feel the stresses and burnout with any "job" so I quickly abandoned that point of view and looked at my blog as I once did, a hobby, fun, a love. No stressers, no pressure, I feel…"
"Hey Laurie, I am going to Bloggy Boot Camp and am so excited! Cannot wait to see you there along with Kelly, Heather, Tiffany and so many more!!
BTW ladies, AZ native here and Mesa Mommy Blogger. ;)
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This group is for moms who tell it like it is. We all love our kids, but let's be real...motherhood is not always fun and games. So let's give each other permission to talk openly and honestly about the easy AND hard days we have as moms.
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I just checked out your blog and am now a follower. :)
I am the complete opposite of you-math is not my thing. Great advice in your last post. I had difficulty leaving a comment, so I am leaving it here. :)
I would love to have a little girl but I just don't think it's in the cards for me, sadly. I really only ever wanted a girl, not that I don't love my boys cuz I do with all my heart... but I always wanted that "Mother/Daughter" experience and I feel like I'm missing out. Hubby got fixed when I was 17 weeks pregnant with Kaedyn and at 18 weeks we found out he was a boy - I tell you what, when I got that phone call from the DR - I broke down in tears, I was thankful he was healthy but it was the death of my dream of ever having a daughter. Since then we've talked about maybe getting it reversed if we can afford it in a couple years and trying one more time, but being 32 right now, I don't know if it'll happen. I had to fight for some of my kids (going on fertility drug)... so who knows what's in the cards for us. I think we both secretly hope for his big V to fail though.. lol..
In November 1968, Fred Krebsbach had just turned twenty-one, he had finished his education with a tech degree in engineering, and was looking forward to a bright future. However the US military had other plans, the war in Vietnam needed soldiers and he was called up for draft.