"Hello! I am new to Mom Bloggers Clubs...but not to Pinterest! Please come follow me on Pinterest and Twitter! I will follow you back, and look forward to connecting to your blogs. We are just getting our new blog started this…"
The Blog Hop Network is a group of bloggers who hop from one blog to the next. they become a follower of the blog and post a comment if they choose. You start at the top of the list, follow them, and then add your blog to the end of the list.
"I am new to Mom Bloggers Club and can't wait to connect with you all, and support your endeavors. I am just starting a blog, with an online store to come. Here is my link http://pinterest.com/wisteriaurbanco/"
Do you need new Pinterest Followers? Leave your pinerest URL and we will follower you back. Join us every Wed for the The Pinterest Party Hop over @ www.a40somethingmom.comI look forward to meeting new friends:)See More
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Hi! My name is Stephanie and I am a mother of two young children, who are currently 3 and 6. I have been married for 11 years to a wonderful man I am very happy to share my life with. I have a fast paced career, but have always dreamed of writing, and of having a blog to connect with others, and to share creativity, ideas and stories. I recently launched a website with my two sisters-a blog and (eventually) an online boutique to feature handmade and personalized items. I am very excited to be a part of this community!!
What is your blogging philosophy?
Blogging is about connecting, sharing and being a part of a larger conversation. I read blogs to be inspired, amused, educated...moved. Some things just have that spark, that ability to gather you in. That's my goal: to inspire and be inspired!
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