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This blog by a new daddy is about life, parenthood and the pursuit of sleep. This is not your Mommy’s blog. “A Daddy Blog” targets parenthood from the father’s perspective, and includes a focus the modern dad, kids products, health, entertainment, technology, reviews, giveaways and of course a liberal dose of humor.
Daddy shares a home in Texas (of all places) with his beautiful bride; a bouncing baby girl; a not so small nor bouncy dog, and a slightly weathered pet rock that inexplicably keeps finding its way to the rubbish bin. He claims to be moderately literate, adequately well traveled, and is clearly well fed. Want more… read his blogs.
Memorable Children Books & Gifts is in the business of supporting other small businesses. We would add 5 businesses for the month of October to our Friends/Supporters Page on http://mymcbooks.wordpress.com and 5 for the month of Novermber.
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There is always a giveaway going on at The Book Buff, click on the book title for more info:
The Aristobrats by best selling author Jennifer Solow (YA) The Island (audiobook) by New York Times best seller Elin Hilderbrand (Women's Contemporary Fiction) Texas Roads by Cathy Bryant (Christian Fiction/Romance)
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