I'm fairly new to MBC and reaching out to moms here. I am a part-time family doctor and full-time mom of 4 boys. I have a parenting website. On the site I accept questions from parents about their kids' behavior…"
"Hey! Just wanted to stop by and introduce myself. I am just going around checking out blogs. I look forward to reading yours and if you want you can check out mine as well.
Hope you have a good day!
Welcome to MBC! I checked out your blog anf I am now following it :) Please follow me back. My blog is in regards to invitations / favors & party planning:
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"Hello Lotus! Those pictures on your blog are amazing!! I take so many pictures it is getting hard to keep everything organized. I use Blurb as my daughters photo album every year. It allows 450 pages. I learned that the first year when I wanted to…"
I checked out your blog and I love it. I especially loved your blog about the "No Finges In The Nose." I need to show those photos to my kids. I am following you on Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn and hope you will follow me on…"
I'm fairly new to MBC and reaching out to moms here. I am a part-time family doctor and full-time mom of 4 boys. I have a parenting website. On the site I accept questions from parents about their kids' behavior and offer suggestions about difficult situations. I hope you will check it out, perhaps leave a question or recommend it to a friend who has a problem.
Hi...I’m new to the Mom Blogger Club. I have a "Save a Life & Simple Reminder" Blog. I want to invite you & family/friends to check it out & if you decide it's something of interest, pass it on. www.mirrornote.com
Hi there from The Girlz Korner in upstate New York where you'll find light, witty and rather entertaining articles on every topic imaginable from The Little Black Dress to Making Whoopie. So if you get a chance to kick back and exhale, if only for a brief moment ... come on over and see me some time.
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