"Thanks for the friend invite. I must admit I am so underwater right now with hubby having the neck surgery and now can't do anything for himself for 2 weeks! I am so far behind and haven't been posting much here either. I will catch up…"
"I lost my job in 2004 due to several illnesses and it took 3 years of fighting ( had to hire a lawyer) to get my disability started and that is what got me started into entering contests last year and then I made my own blog with lots of help from…"
I'm fairly new to MBC myself and wanted to welcome you. 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…"
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I am disabled due to Fibromyaglia, RA, IBS, IC (chronic bladder pain), both knees have been replaced and I have a bulging disc in my neck. I turned to blogging about a year ago to try and keep my mind busy and to meet new friends who I could talk to since all of mine work or have disappeared. I started just entering contests but have graduated to reviews and hopefully the next step will be contests.
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I try to treat everyone the way I want to be treated. I have held that philosphy all my life even when I don't get treated as good as I treat others. I love hearing stories and sometimes in a rare mood I will offer alot of advice but I try not to because I know once I start it is hard to shut me up!
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Hey Mate, I'm writing in regards to that message I sent through yesterday, we have been nominated as being one of the Top Aussie Blogs on the famous Circle Of Moms website and at the moment are coming #1 but we'll still need our friends and followers help as our challanger has a wider support network than we do and is catching up fast! If you could vote for our blog every day or just once it would make a big difference.
If you do decide you'd like to help out daily, I can pop you on our notification list and have spesh little reminders send to you, just let me know!
Thanks for being our friend on here and have a fabulous weekend!!
I'm fairly new to MBC myself and wanted to welcome you. 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.
Welcome to Mom Blogger's Club! I hope you enjoy your time here and find it helpful! I know it can be overwhelming at first but I promise, you'll be a pro on here in no time! I write a blog called The Adventures of J-Man and MillerBug. It's a blog about my life with my two boys and I do some pretty cool giveaways (OK, I think they're cool! Do you?)
Every weekend I host the Finding New Friends Weekend Blog Hop. It's a great way to find new followers and friends as well as get to know more of your fellow mom bloggers. If you're not familiar with a blog hop, all you have to do is add your blog to the list. Participants then "hop" from blog to blog to find great new blogs! It's a ton of fun! I'd love to have you join us. It's going on now so come on over and link up! You can find it here: http://myadventureinmommyhood.blogspot.com/2011/09/finding-new-friends-weekend-blog-hop.html#more. Be sure to leave a messge if you join up so that I can follow you back!
Let me know if you have any questions or if I can help you with anything in your blogging journey! I look forward to being your friend!
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