Thursday, February 16, 2012

The SAHM's Survival Guide

One of my lovely friends, Kristen at A Little Something For Me, recently asked if I'd like to write a guest post on her blog.

"Hell yeah," was my response.  Because I simply adore her.

What's not to love about someone who is passionate, honest, and expressive?

Kristen is a loving mother of three children (including an adorable set of twins and a precious special needs baby).  She's the type of mother who will walk the ends of the earth for her children...she takes her job as advocate for them very seriously.

And she has the most amazing sense of humor.  She's able to poke fun at herself and laugh about the silly things.

That's why I love her...and you will too!

Kristen has just transitioned from working outside the home to being a full-time SAHM so I wrote "The SAHM's Survival Guide" in her honor!  Or in memory of her former life.  Whichever.

I'd be happier than a clam at high tide if you'd take a minute and head over there and read my guest post, especially if you could use a dash of humor in your day!  

And subscribe to Kristen's blog while you're over there!


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10 comments:

Emily said...

Can't wait to check it out! (I definitely need it!)

Heathers Happenings said...

That was a great post!

Angela said...

Love your post! Have bookmarked your pal's site to have a read of later - thanks x

Brad Jenkins said...

Heading over now. Hoping to be as happy as a clam at high tide too!

IASoupMama said...

Lovely post! And thank you for introducing me to Kristen's blog!

edshunnybunny said...

Your post was so funny--and so true! Loved those illustrations, too :)

Kristen said...

I love you! Your post is so awesome!!!! Kristen

SisterSister said...

I love reading your blog, so I left a little something for you over on my latest post.

irishtwinsmommababybook said...

Awesome post!!!! Thanks for adding another blog to my reading list. :)

Barbara said...

heading over to check it out now!

I figure that if the children are alive when my husband gets home at the end of the day, I've done my job.

----Roseanne Barr



 
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