Share a little something about yourself with other moms.
Diaper changer extraordinaire. Mediocre housekeeper. Master recipe follower. Doting wife to the hubs. Mommy to 4 princesses. Crunchy green wannabe. Natural childbirth enthusiast. Saved by grace. Ruler of The Planet Pink. Just call me Queenie.
What is your blogging philosophy?
I write to remember the moments that so quickly fade away. I write to decompress and release the moments where I feel I've fallen short. I write in the hopes that other mamas living the journey will not feel isolated, or alone. We're all in this together and we need each other.
Thank you for your warm welcome to MBC. I hope to check out your blog soon. I read your profile. You have four princesses. Wow! There is a lot of PMS to be had in your home at some point, if not already. On the flip side, if your four princesses have the personalities to love each other dearly, they are set emotionally for the rest of their lives. And, your hubby -- he is a lucky man to have five precious women in his life. I like your idea that you hope to help other women not feel alone. I wish blogging had been available to me when my children were little. Take care and I cannot wait to check out your blog!
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