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.
"Hi Kat! Welcome to MBC. You'll find lots of great women here.
I didn't see Google Friend Connect on your site so I'm following you through your RSS feed. :)
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Kat is a thirty-something Mommy-a-Holic, Happy-Hour-a-Holic, & Career-a-Holic (in no particular order, of course…) who is challenged & rewarded hourly by her 4 young kiddos, career, & business (www.TCHNetwork.com / The Corporate Housing Network).
Above all, Kat is full of passion. Passionate about her faith in God; passionate toward her husband; passionate and proud of her incredibly strong relationship with her parents; passionate about her children having manners (!), passionate about her children’s education; passionate about placing her family’s and friends’ needs in front of her own; passionate (and obsessed) about researching the best solutions, products, and services online; and passionate about respecting those who have more experiences than herself — both personally and professionally.
What is your blogging philosophy?
I'm trying so hard to "tell it like it is" without worrying about what other people (namely, my parents and neighbors!) think. It's quite a ride!
I have been blogging since...
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