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I am a young mother at 20, with a one year old and happily married to a wonderful man and father to my son. I like to write about my journeys and experiences through my day to day life.
Being a mom is a full time job...Being a wife is a full time job...being a sister, a friend, a woman, is a full time job. Add into all that working a full time job, well life gets hectic. This is my journey as being a working mom.
#baby#working mom#recipes#homemade baby food#family fun
My Retro Kitchen got its name with the idea that the art of a homecooked, sit-down family dinner is a thing of the past. It is a retro idea. I think it is one of the best things a person can give their family!
Grew up in small town America - went to College and moved to the suburbs. Yes, I am a blond and hold a 4 year degree in Computer Science! But I am not a geek. Love the City but miss the Country. Crazy life got in the way - but now I am back blogging about
I'm a divorced single, but not available, mother to two children plus two angels. We are trying to become completely self sustaining on just under 7 acres of rural land. This is about our journey to get there. We try to raise or grow most of our own food.
Aloha: Yinz Mangia
Hello/Hawaiian: You/Pittsburgh Eat/Italian
Food adventures of an Italian girl raised in Pittsburgh, now living in Hawaii. Recipes, restaurant visits, and all around food fun from Pittsburgh to Hawaii and everything in between!
I'm blogging about my love of cooking and being in the kitchen! I'm originally Moroccan, married to a Brit, we both work far from home and therefore get to meet, cook and eat different everyday. I just love it! So there is a lot of this in my blog as well
80% Midwestern environmental superhero, 20% Cajun foodie. This blog is dedicated to my love of cooking, healthy eats (and not-so-healthy treats), photography, coastal living, not-so-coastal living, Louisiana culture...and probably a little lagniappe.