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I'm a mom of 5 on a mission. Through real food I aim to improve my family's health. My blog has lots of kid-approved healthy recipes, menu plans and weight loss tips for moms who just can't seem to shed those extra baby pounds.
Hello everyone! I am a preacher's daughter who has been recently transplanted from the wonderful state of Kentucky to the almost equally wonderful state of Maryland ;D I love life, my family, my fiance and most of all the Lord Jesus Christ. I love cooking
I'm a busy working wife and mom, attempting to find time to be a DIY'er around the house, a queen in the kitchen, a superhero to my kids, a little bit crafty, all while being more thrifty along the way.
#recipes#jewelry#diy#texas#art and crafts
R & R is a fun and random blog about this American in Zagreb living out her dream of being a wife and mommy while exploring the realm of living chemical-free, experimenting in the kitchen, and articulating the millions of thoughts in her head.
I am a 20 something girl living in Austin working at Dell and leading a healthy (for the most part ;) ) and fun lifestyle with my sweet boyfriend of 4 years. This blog follows my interests, eats, and life! Enjoy!
Hi I'm a Stay At Home Mom with 2 kids, 2 dogs and a hard working husband. I blog about my life and experiences I have with my kids and hubby each and every day. I also like to share what kinds of food I like to make and eat
This is a blog filled with recipes, party ideas, entertaining tips, children's crafts and gardening. What is unique about Close to Home is that we are not going out and spending $$ on these things, most ideas and recipes are low cost and readily availabl
#food crafts kids activiities gardening entertaining baking c
"We Only Have One Line to Live."
The Lifeline is a blog dedicated to helping others live their "lines"--those 1-inch dots in between the birth date and death date on one's tombstone--the way God wants them to live.