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My Many Colored DaysMy Many Colored Days

Some days I am deep in thought. Some days I am not. Some days I am
creative. Most days I am a musician. Some days ago I was a devoted dancer.
But each and every day I am a thriving mother holding hands with four
beautiful children and one great man. I blog what I (and hopefully others) need and want to hear about the joys and pains of motherhood and womanhood.

Read our Exclusive Interview with Lei from “My Many Colored Days”.

Crazy life, Makes me TiredCrazy life, Makes me Tired

I am a stay-at-home-mom with 4 kids. The youngest are identical twins, and the older two are in school full days now. I talk about life at home, the kids lives, random thoughts I have and any social things I may have time for. Which really… isn’t much.

Read our Exclusive Interview with Jay from “Crazy life, Makes me Tired”.

Life with my AngelsLife with my Angels

I’m a stay at home mum with 2 young children. My 2 Angels keep me busy every second! Life with them around made my life fullfilling! And I love and enjoy every bit of it. Life has never been so good!

My blog is the snippet of my Life with my Angels.

Read our Exclusive Interview with WokkingMum from “Life with my Angels”.

BagMommaBagMomma

I am a WAHM Mom blogging (often humorously) about the challenges of working at home, infertility, parenting, reflections on a mom’s life, and shopping- especially for hand bags!

Read our Exclusive Interview with “BagMomma”.

My Level of AwarenessMy Level of Awareness

I am 40-something mother to my toddler son. I am, secondarily, a wife to the best stay-at-home dad in the business; a first-generation college graduate and PhD; a Project Scientist for a contract pharmaceutical developer; a native New Yorker; an adopted Southerner; and a Katrina survivor, struggling to start my life over in a new place after being permanently displaced 450 miles from my home and blogging about it.

Read our Exclusive Interview with Robbin from “My Level of Awareness”.

June Cleaver After A Six-PackJune Cleaver After A Six-Pack

Irish, Catholic, homeschooling mom and Air Force wife who tries in vain to find humor in her every day life

Read our Exclusive Interview with Cris from “June Cleaver After A Six-Pack”.

ZoKaiZoKai

Stay-at-home mom with a torrid past as an executive recruiter, lawyer and high school beauty queen. I blog for fun and political kicks. Although if someone offered me money or shoes, I wouldn’t turn them down.

Read our Exclusive Interview with Shannon from “ZoKai”.

Fluttering ButterfliesFluttering Butterflies

Hi! My name’s Michelle, I’m a stay-at-home mother of one – a toddler, named Elliot. Though currently not working, I am looking for ways to work from home or a part-time job. I’m 24, I moved to England 6 years ago from America to marry a man I met on the Internet. For as long as I can remember, I’ve been addicted to books and though the reading has calmed down of late, I’m always reading SOMETHING, and like to share my thoughts on anything that interests me. I lead a small life, but it’s been a bumpy ride and I’d like to share it with you…

Read our Exclusive Interview with Michelle from “Fluttering Butterflies”.

mommy bytesmommy bytes

Software geek / mom blogs about her life. At mommy bytes, I blog about the trials of parenting and work, and endlessly photograph my beautiful children. I often discuss gadgets, podcasts, movies, music, books, and send along fun things I find on the internet.

Read our Exclusive Interview with Angela from “mommy bytes”.

It's A Wonderful LifeIt’s A Wonderful Life

I am a mom of 11 year old twins and a 20 month old daughter. I have led and been led in support groups, have been active in children’s programs in the churches I’ve attended, have started and ran my own business and have homeschooled my children. I’ve been up and down on the rollercoaster of life, but it’s always wonderful, in some way shape or form. Do I look for the silver lining? Yeah. Am I easily amused? Yeah. But life is joy, whether you’re happy or sad, whether you can experience it now, or have to wait a little while or look really hard for it. Sometimes I’m opinionated, but you can be too. It’s what makes us individuals. This is your invitation to come share what makes life wonderful!

Read our Exclusive Interview with Tammy :) :) :) from “It’s A Wonderful Life”.

NtycnBoricua - Mami DearestNtycnBoricua – Mami Dearest

I am a full-time work outside the home mom and I blog about WAHM issues, motherhood, Puerto Rico, genealogy, and anything else that comes to mind.

I live in Florida with my husband and beautiful (but very active) one year old daughter.

Visit my blog at ” target=”_blank”>http://ntycnboricua.blogspot.com.

Read our Exclusive Interview with NtycnBoricua from “NtycnBoricua – Mami Dearest”.

Ladybug CrosingLadybug Crosing

This is about the family that lives at Ladybug Crossing. It’s about our comings and goings – our life, our laughter, our cats and our dog. Come on over and visit with us. We’d love to have you.

Read our Exclusive Interview with LadyBug from “Ladybug Crosing”.

Magnolia MomMagnolia Mom

I’m a mom of two rambunctious boys. My blog is a just a place where I enjoy talking about my life as a mom, 5th grade teacher, and wife. I really enjoy traveling, photography , reading, scrapbooking, cooking, and of course blogging! I love meeting new people through my blog, so drop by and say HI!

Read our Exclusive Interview with “Magnolia Mom”.

Athena in a MinivanAthena in a Minivan

I am a Christian, Democrat, Homeschooler, married to Honey, SAH mom with three boys (twins, Butch and Sundance and a 3 yr old, Tag-A-Long), a minivan and an MEd. I blog about my kids, my life and what is running around in my head.

Read our Exclusive Interview with Athena from “Athena in a Minivan”.

Circle of LifeCircle of Life

A stay at home Multi-tasking Mommy shares her life experiences with her toddler and her family.

Read our Exclusive Interview with Multi-tasking Mommy from “Circle of Life”.

belle of the blogbelle of the blog

Belle of the Blog chronicles my life as the wife of a singer-songwriter and mother of two adorable boys as I try to balance the challenges of family life with my own career as a communications consultlant and event planner.

Read our Exclusive Interview with dawn from “belle of the blog”.

Workin' That PreppyWorkin’ That Preppy

i am a stay at home mom with a monogramming/custom design business. i have three active children and wonderful husband. we stay very busy cheering on the children at their sporting activities. i do have some pics on my blog of some of my monogramming and bags i have made. check out my preppy website!!

Read our Exclusive Interview with a.elizabeth from “Workin’ That Preppy”.

simplynutmegsimplynutmeg

June Cleaver meets Mae West meets mac and cheese. You can witness the collision here http://simplynutmeg.com/?p=47.

Read our Exclusive Interview with Nutmeg from “simplynutmeg”.

Too Friggin BusyToo Friggin Busy

I am a SAHM mom to three amazing kids, the boy 5, the girl 3, and the baby. I blog about this and I blog about that. I take lots of pictures. This is the story of my verybusy life.
Come see my view of the world, and laugh along with me.

Read our Exclusive Interview with Micki from “Too Friggin Busy”.

Mom2Mom LoungeMom2Mom Lounge

Join in the adventures and misadventures of 2 moms: the former professional who gave it up to stay at home with her two precious sons and the career-minded mother of two trying to balance work and home life. Sounds like you? Come lounge with us. as we share our views on pregnancy, motherhood, marriage, family, fashion, beauty and more. No sugar coating here – we tell it like it is! Pull up a chaise and linger awhile, won’t you?

Read our Exclusive Interview with Elle & Bee from “Mom2Mom Lounge”.

When Crazy Seems NormalWhen Crazy Seems Normal

I am a SAHM. We are a cloth diapering, co-sleeping, attachment parenting family. I have a blog to vent and express myself. I try not to use our real names to protect the innocent and my sanity. I have some nosey family members.

I enojy writing about my ups and downs as a mother, in hopes that we all “get” all moms are on the same journey even if we are on different paths.

From each of our mommywindows the view is the same, our kids.
http://mommywindow.wordpress.com/

Read our Exclusive Interview with mommywindow from “When Crazy Seems Normal”.

Life UnscriptedLife Unscripted

I am a “quirky” 36 year old wife and mother of 3. I blog about the challenges of raising kids.

Read our Exclusive Interview with EE from “Life Unscripted”.

Trace ElementsTrace Elements

I am a nurse who no longer works as one. I have 4 kids and many other teens and young adults who circle around our lives. I believe passionately in freedom, creativity, and helping the next generation reach their destiny. I have two blogs, one which is personal where I blog about family life and anything else that comes up, and one where I post about the more serious aspects of creativity and the writing life as it intersects with God.

Read our Exclusive Interview with LL from “Trace Elements”.

Are We There Yet??  The Journeys of a Single, Working MomAre We There Yet?? The Journeys of a Single, Working Mom

For years I made my living telling police officers where to go but for the past 3+ years I’ve been dispatching ambulances instead. 911, though, is 911 – people call and we send help – sometimes it’s tragic, sometimes it’s funny, and sometimes it’s downright strange! Then … let’s add on the fact that I’m a single Mom to a teenage daughter who likes to draw Japanese anime and has a wardrobe that consists mostly of black and let’s see how well I juggle it all! I think a definite sense of humor will be required!

Read our Exclusive Interview with Linda from “Are We There Yet?? The Journeys of a Single, Working Mom”.

Full PlateFull Plate

The life and times of a 41 year old stay-at-home mother of 3 kids, 2 dogs and 1 husband. Kids are 5, 4 and 2; dogs are springers, and the husband is a hard-working corporate boy.
I blog about
being an older stay-at-home mom of 3 little anklebiters. It’s a busy, crazy, wonderful, hectic life, but I wouldn’t change a thing. Well… maybe I’d add a little more coffee and a few more naps…

Read our Exclusive Interview with MamaLee from “Full Plate”.

The WinkThe Wink

The Wink looks at the world and finds extra in the ordinary. Extraordinary. Sometimes it’s sentimental, sometimes it’s (tempermental…or at least the mama at the keyboard is). The one thing that is a constant is a bitingly frank and genuinely passionate narrative of life as a working mom of two girls. Toss in an old house, a self-employed husband, a co-dependent dog and a maddening cat and you’ve got yourself a pretty lively read. Pop in and take a peek!

Read our Exclusive Interview with Mama2bna from “The Wink”.

Tumble DryTumble Dry

Tumble Dry is an often tender look at parenting two daughters with a great husband. It includes incredible candor on everything from poop to our love affair with a couple of tendrils. Stop in for the sweet smell of laundry sheets and babies.

Read our Exclusive Interview with Amanda from “Tumble Dry”.

I made thisI made this

I’m the stay at home mom of three gorgeous, but very young children. I tell it like it is. And crafting helps to keep me sane! Come by and say hello.

Read our Exclusive Interview with Trish from “I made this”.

Kini's PlaceKini’s Place

I am a thirtysomething wife and mom to two daughters (12 and 3.5). I blog about all the things in my daily life and the challenges and blessings it presents. Join me as I write coherently along with the ramblings of a stay at home mom.

Read our Exclusive Interview with Kini from “Kini’s Place”.

Crazy and In ChargeCrazy and In Charge

I am a single mother of an almost 7 year old. I blog about the challenges of being a single mother and anything else that comes to mind.

Read our Exclusive Interview with Sugar Kane from “Crazy and In Charge”.

Mom Tu-TuMom Tu-Tu

I am a part-time working mom who blogs about life in general with two kids. I enjoy posting about my life as a mom as well as the life of my daughter who dances (thus the mom tu-tu), and my son who loves anything for little boys.

Read our Exclusive Interview with “Mom Tu-Tu”.

Where's Mommy's ProzacWhere’s Mommy’s Prozac

Hi! I am a working mom to two teenage daughters. I blog about everyday things, the drama of raising teenage girls, dealing with a second marriage and stepchildren (blended families). Since my depression/anxiety issues play a big part in my life, I also blog about them from time to time. Oh, and I add a little “Girl Talk” *wink wink, nudge, nudge* (don’t worry, nothing TOO out there) just to kick things up a notch from time to time. :)

Read our Exclusive Interview with Dakota_503 from “Where’s Mommy’s Prozac”.

Mother HoodwinkMother Hoodwink

Webster’s defines “hoodwink” as: to deceive by false appearance. This is how I feel I am as a mother. On the surface I look like I have everything under control and for the most part I do. The part I’m being deceitful about is how much work it takes for that to happen. If I can safely say that the baby is still alive at the end of the day, then it’s been a good day. He didn’t swallow anything sharp, he didn’t stick his finger in an electrical socket and he didn’t bust his head open while pulling something off the table. The deception lies in the fact that he almost did all of these things. I’m not the kind of mother that has a busy schedule set up. I don’t know exactly what my child is doing at any given moment. Sometimes he does eat stuff that he shouldn’t. Like leaves that were blown in when the door opened. Or tiny pieces of paper. Or old Cheerios that have been under the couch for a couple of weeks. I know he has to eat stuff like that because I seem to always be pulling those things out of his mouth. So I’m sure I’ve missed a few times. What I’m saying is that I’m not the perfect mother. I’m always told what a great mom I am and how patient I am with the baby. I am the master of deception. I am Mother Hoodwink.

Read our Exclusive Interview with MH from “Mother Hoodwink”.

Mom's Happy HandfulMom’s Happy Handful

I’m a SAHM of 5 with #6 on the way. I show life with kids < href=” target=”_blank”>http://momshappyhandful.blogspot.com/> “warts” and all. My husband travels so I spend a lot of time as a “single” mom trying to juggle kids from 0-17 years old.

Mine is a job that I love and while frustrating at times, I wouldn’t have it any other way.

Read our Exclusive Interview with Devin from “Mom’s Happy Handful”.

The LadyBug and her Blogging MamaThe LadyBug and her Blogging Mama

I created my blog when I was pregnant with my first child. She has opened my eyes to a world out there that I knew very little about. I have made so many new friends via the blogging world and I fully enjoy sharing my little bug’s and my parenting adventures online.

I also review parenting and kid’s related products at MumsTheWurd.com.

Read our Exclusive Interview with Amy from “The LadyBug and her Blogging Mama”.

My Lil VentureMy Lil Venture

This is my first paid domain funded by my paid postings on my other blogs. This blog is barely 3 months old but you can say it is my pride and joy. Basically, I blog about health, humour, beauty, fashion and women talk on this blog. You can also occassionally read about me and amy raves and rants.

I have another mommy blog which I started two years ago called Immomsdaughter. The cast and crews of this blog includes One Haywire Mommy, One Big Kid and Two Hyperactive Chatterboxes. Check it out if you love reading parenting/mommy blogs.

Read our Exclusive Interview with IMMomsDaughter from “My Lil Venture”.

Life As I Know ItLife As I Know It

Just a little bit about me, my family, crafting, working as a SAHM, and the rest of my blessed life. I blog about the everyday happenings in my life.

Read our Exclusive Interview with Nancy from “Life As I Know It”.

Am I Going Mad...or am I just a Mommy?Am I Going Mad…or am I just a Mommy?

I am an over-educated former teacher and a motherless mommy coping with depression, postpartum depression, and an identity crisis. Join me as I muddle through Stay-At-Home Motherhood with my preschool son and infant daughter, and my husband and rock, SuperDad. It’s not always smooth sailing, and sometimes it’s downright ugly, but I try to find the humor in every situation. Besides discussing my oh-so-interesting life, I will cover other interests, such as education, movies, television, and travel. Who knows, I may even make an occasional astute observation or two?

You can find me at Am I Going Mad…or am I Just a Mommy?

Read our Exclusive Interview with moodswingingmommy from “Am I Going Mad…or am I just a Mommy?”.

Don't Eat My Buchela!Don’t Eat My Buchela!

I am a mother. I am an Ethiopian by origin and an American by passport. I live in china. I teach part time English to cute Korean kids. I write about everything from motherhood to life as an ESL teacher

Read our Exclusive Interview with Yemi from “Don’t Eat My Buchela!”.

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