Welcome to MBC! I also live in California, too hot in NorCal. I'm a mom of 3. I am having my first blog giveaway. Come on over and enter. I'm also on twitter and spend a lot of time there too.
I already finished the book. It was so good I couldn't put it down. I already have her next one on hold at the library for when it comes in. I want to read what happened afterwards.
"Hi Nicole. Welcome to MBC - I am also pretty new around here, and look forward to checking out your blog. If you're interested, come check out mine: http://josiahsnest.com
I am a new mama, and love hearing from those who have already…"
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Coffee drinking SAHM of 3 who loves to knit, bake, blog, follow Christ, take Disneyland trips & take coastal beach trips in California. I'm addicted to shopping on Etsy. My first born is entering college & my baby is entering kinder. My favorite middle child (LOL) is in HS...don't want him having a Jan/Marsha thing going on which is why I called him my favorite. Although he was the baby for 10yrs.
What is your blogging philosophy?
I blog about my family, my favorite things & want to start doing reviews & giveaways.
I have been blogging since...
I believe a little over a year now.
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Hey Nicole, I just wanted to welcome you to MBC.
I look forward to reading your blog. A little about me: I'm the mother of a VERY busy and very interesting toddler. I have a serious passion for cooking, reading, and Photoshop, all while trying to keep Lil' Man from destroying my house. I just relaunched my blog, and I'll be having my first giveaway soon! Please, feel free to stop by. I'd love to have you as a follower!
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