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Marcy of Ben & Me

I’ve been married for 14 years, have one son through adoption after years of infertility. I am also a registered nurse, but am not currently working. My passion as an RN is labor & delivery. I love Jesus. I love my family, I love my friends. Children make me...
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Katie of A Class of Her Own

I am a work from home mother of one. I am homeschooling my sweet daughter, and trying desperately not to make her into a sterotypical only child. Why do you blog? I blog to track our homeschool journey, and I try to blog at least weekly during the school...
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Jane of Mozi Esme

Why do you blog? We moved to Mozambique when my daughter was 6 weeks old. I chanced upon blogging as a great way to keep friends back home updated on her life. It took off from there as I chronicled the adventures of a world-traveling bebe. It’s tamed down...
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Heather of Marine Corps Nomads

I’m a proud military wife who loves baking and cooking gluten free creations for my family. I’m thrilled to have privilege of homeschooling our beautiful daughter and creating fun resources to enhance her learning experience. Why do you blog? Blogging is a journal of our life and a way...
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Natalie of Mouse Grows, Mouse Learns

I was born and raised in the former Soviet Union, so I experience American childhood and American education for the very first time with my daughter. Why do you blog? I started blogging when my daughter was about 2 years old to document her learning journey. As a matter...
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Shannon of Mountaineer Country

I'm a homeschooling, "Jersey Girl" from the "real" Jersey Shore now living the country life. I'm a stay-at-home mom with a hardworking hubby and a preteen daughter. I drink too much coffee, love 80's music, and regularly shop at Aldi's.
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Christine of Our Homeschool Reviews

I have been married for 10 years and am mommy to one beautiful daughter. I love homeschooling, blogging, spending time with my family, and traveling. Why do you homeschool? We starting thinking about homeschooling when our daughter was about two years old. There were many reasons why we were...
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Gabby of Work Of Childhood

Why do you blog? To document our journey through homeschooling and having a place to look back and see where we started and how far we've come...and hopefully, along the way, sharing and helping others along the same journey!