Yet More Blogs

Absolutely Bananas No spotless or organized lifestyle here. Instead, a three-person household (plus dog) is partial to wacky, wild good times. A blog with joie de vivre.
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Callapidder Days A simple, sweet, homegrown blog by a mom of two boys. Her insights and observations are universal. Her twice-yearly “reading challenges” are smart.
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Chasing a Child Despite all she’s been through in her quest for a child, this mom maintains her sense of humor and perspective. Poignant, insightful details about a biracial family and adoption.
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Do They Have Salsa In China? Twin 3-year-olds girls adopted from China are front and center. It helps when mom is an avid (and talented) shutterbug. Loaded with charm.
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Like Merchant Ships Daily tips on how to live well on less. Packed with frugal and fun ideas. She finds beauty on a small budget and treasures in unlikely places.
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The Meanest Mom Meanest? Nah. Funniest? A definite contender. With three children born in the same calendar year, this mom got a crash course in kid juggling.
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Modern Mami She yearns to be a WAHM, but her outside job keeps calling. An honest approach to the struggles of balancing parenting and family from a Latina perspective.
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Momisodes We’re tickled by the clever TV format and the winning way with words and pictures. Each “episode” unearths a telling moment or universal truth.
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My Litter A newbie, this SAHM’s “litter” includes “six kids, numerous cats, a dog, and one husband.” She describes herself as referee, detective, cook, financier, and hobbiest.
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The Pioneer Woman Her “about” says it: “I’m a thirty-something ranch wife, mother of four, moderately agoraphobic middle child who grew up on a golf course in the city.”
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 I just found this list of blogs on the Scholastic website (I was directed there by CJane) and I figured you’d like to know.  Not that we have any more time in our lives for looking at blogs of people we don’t even know.  I barely have time to look at the blogs of people that I do know, or who I imagine I know in the case of CJane.  Incidentally, there is only one degree of separation between me and the lovely CJane; I learned about her blog from my maid of honor, AdreAnn, who was (or maybe is I don’t remember) in her ward.  Cool, eh?

Oh, another reason to totally ignore these cool new blogs is that, in my case at least, the more I read other people’s great blogs, the more insecure I get about my own.  But, I read them anyway.  It’s irresistible. 

And yes, I do realize that I’m telling you to read and not to read these blogs in the same post.   I can’t make up my mind, how can I possibly be expected to make up yours?

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4 Responses so far »

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    mkowalewski said,

    What a wonderful list – I read a couple of those and found another couple that just look wonderful. 🙂

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    Miriam said,

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    AdreAnn said,

    Cjane was in my ward i was very sad when she moved.

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