If you're not a blogger, specifically a female blogger, then you probably have no clue what I'm talking about. So what are these so-called "SITSahs" that I write of? SITSahs, otherwise known as SITS girls, are women who are part of a community of 40,000 female bloggers who support each other.
I joined this awesome group of ladies about six months ago, and I am so excited to report that today my blog is featured on their website! Who would have thought that out of 40,000 bloggers, I would be so lucky to have this awesome opportunity?!
This is a very exciting day for me and Mommy's Always Write because I have lots of great gals visiting my blog for the very first time. So to my SITSahs, I would like to say a great big welcome! Thank you all so much for your support over the last six months, especially today!
If this is your first time visiting my blog, I'd love for you to take a look around. I'm currently in the middle of my "I Am Thankful For" blog challenge, so if you scroll down my blog, you'll see that all my recent posts contain some trivial item that I am thankful for. My personal favorite is Day 2, where I was thankful for frozen peas.
If you want to get out of "Thankful Land," some of my other favorite posts include the one about my trip to the card store with my boys, the one where I share things that scare me as a mom, and the one about my Mother's Day picture. I promise most of my posts are a little more exciting than this one (at least I hope they are!).
I would also LOVE for you to "like" my facebook page. I share lots of fun and funny things on there related to being a mom, like this:
So thanks to everyone visiting my blog today, especially my SITSahs!
*In the spirit of Thanksgiving, "I Am Thankful For..."
is a blog challenge I have decided to do during the month of November.
Each day I will pick one thing that I am thankful for and blog about it.
Obviously I am extremely thankful for the many things in my life I am
blessed with, such as a wonderful family, my health and my family's
health, great friends, a roof over my head, food on the table, and more.
But this series is about all the other day-to-day things that I
sometimes take for granted and that make life just a little bit better
-- you know, the little things. To see a list of all the posts in this
series, please click here.