Hi! It’s Jilly. This month I have the pleasure of swapping buttons with some lovely blogs, and I wanted to tell you a little bit about each of them. Be sure to click over and send them some bloggy love!
If you would be interested in swapping buttons sometime, go HERE for more information. I’d love to swap with you! :)
"I'm an Indian American mom sharing the good, bad, ugly, and the downright awesome of her sons' lives! Big A is a strut-ful 8 years old, while Little a is an impertinent 4! As you can see, I also enjoy making up new words!"
“Hey there! I'm Nicole and my blog is Three 31. I am a country girl born and raised in The Bluegrass of Kentucky; a coal miner's daughter; and, a farmer's granddaughter. I moved to Texas in 2004 to play collegiate golf and eventually found an irresistible Texas boy (aka Husband). We married in 2007 and live near Fort Worth in the country where the crickets chirp and Blue (our white horse) grazes in the pasture. I love sweet tea, sushi, and haven't met a piece of bacon I couldn't eat. Come on over to Three 31 and say hello!!!!”
"I'm a twenty-something new mum to my wonderful 3 month old daughter Amelia. I am new in the blogging world and only started a couple of weeks before Amelia was born. Originally I had planned on making the blog for her, and writing to her through letters that she could read when older. But as the weeks went by I started to get into blogging much more and now I can happily say I am a daily blogger! I have recently started crafting and making bits and pieces for the nursery. Come and follow us on our virtual baby journal Don't forget to check out my diy tutorials.”
I am a wife to a wonderful (very patient) man and 2 sweet, kind and funny boys. You can read more about them here. My friends call me Miss Information because whenever we are chatting I always have something to share about a subject or a solution to a problem. I wish I could retain my to do list in my head as well as I retain all that other stuff. I like to do a little of everything cooking, crafting, things with my kids and volunteering. Yes I am one of THOSE who has a hard time saying no! I am a true southern girl from Georgia and I started blogging at the end of last year. I love blogging and sharing my life, most of all I love hearing from you when you like what I do. I hope you come by to visit some time!
Five Little Chefs was started this past January. My kids or "Little Chefs" as I call them LOVE to help me in the kitchen and LOVE to watch the Food Network. We decided to share our adventure as I let my Little Chefs have full control of the kitchen! They chose the recipes and execute every part they are safely able to do while I am constantly teaching and observing. No I did not go to culinary school. I'm just a Mom who wants to teach her Little Chefs how to cook. We are fully enjoying the memories we are creating!
I’m currently a stay at home Mom with two gorgeous boys, Alec and Asher, who are five years apart. I’m married to a wonderful husband, Jay, who works in IT for a major retail chain. I became a stay at home Mom in November of 2008 while my first son was 2 1/2. I’ve never considered myself “crafty” and then…PINTEREST! Now I host a monthly Pinterest girls night and love to create things. I am the only girl in the house and any chance I can use glitter I do. I am hoping we can glitterize this world together! I thank you for following along on my journey.
My name is Kathy and I'm a follower of Christ, wife, stay-at-home mom, musician, dog lover, and aspiring techy. I've been married for three fast paced but lovable years and am the mother of 2 precious little girls. I enjoy reading, playing the piano, smelling lilacs, and above all things, organizing and researching about home life. Prior to being a stay-at-home mom I was an elementary music teacher for 7 years and now continue my music education pursuits by directing a couple of area homeschool choirs. The formation of this blog marks the near beginning of our family journey and my lifelong pursuit to becoming a domestic diva drawing on the divine. My hope is that this blog evolves into a resource not only to share our experiences with our extended family but also to connect with others in the homeschool and Christian communities who desire to pursue a similar path. Similarly, I hope it becomes a blessing to your family and I thank you for reading!
Aren’t all these gals great?! I hope you’ll stop by their blogs and say “Hi!”. Thanks for reading!