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Hello! My name is Rosilind and I'm an American girl living in Croatia married to a Bosnian. We have two wee ones: a introverted toddler and an extroverted infant. On R & R you will read some of my deep thoughts, find recipes, discover how to eliminate chemicals, and see way too many pictures of my wee ones. So kick back with a cup o' joe and enjoy A Little R & R
What is your blogging philosophy?
My greatest desire for A Little R & R is that it be an encouragement to women - particularly mothers. Moms face unbelievable pressure to live up to an image that is often unattainable - or at the very least is difficult to attain. Women face fierce competition and fall into deep comparison traps. My desire is to gather as many women and moms as I can to join me on a journey of learning to be content with who we are and who God created us to be. I pray that women everywhere will find A Little R & R to be just that - a place to rest and relax. A place of encouragement and laughter. A place of joy and peace - where the love of Jesus is felt on every page.
"Absolutely! A blog hop is where a blogger's post allows other bloggers to link up a post from their blog. If you go to the bottom of my post here you'll see that several bloggers have linked up their post.…"
"Blog hops and week-long blog parties. I do both and I have greatly increased my readership. In my right-hand side bar I have about 40 or so blog hops that I participate in at one point or another...I also host a blog hop each Friday…"
**Originally Posted on 10.17.2012 at A Little R & RI am forever looking for quick and easy, yummy recipes that my 2 1/2 year old will eat.While at the park this summer, my sister, author of the Croatian Homeschool Blog Dnevnik Mame-Uciteljice, shared about a recipe…See More
This post was originally posted on 10.15.2012 at A Little R & R When he hears me sweeping the floor he comes crawling as fast as little hands and knees will bring him. I think in his brain he's going "FOOOOOD!!!" I swear, this kid will stick anything in his mouth. I seriously caught him the other day stuffing an…See More
love you little thanksgiving poll! how did you do it? love finding out great new things to use on our sites! i have been mia for a bit, family and "stuff" but i'm back and would love to have you stop over and say "hi"
ps i love the little guys hat! so cute!!
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