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Friendly Friday #7



It's a Friday Blog Hop & Link Up but it runs all weekend so you have plenty of time to get your links up and meet some other lovely bloggers. You can post just about anything, but please remember mine is mainly a parenting blog so please keep your posts reasonably family friendly. I wont block you for a bit of swearing but posting anything really offensive will get you the boot. It's not fair to others who follow the rules.

The Rules!



  1. Follow your Host at  CharlieBeth aka Mumma Walker and Mumma Walker Tries for a Girl
  2. Follow the Featured Blogger (below)
  3. Check out & link up / follow as many other bloggers as you can it only works if you remember to follow others. Please don't just link up and leave. 
  4. When you read a post by someone else that you like make sure you click "like" on the hop! Each "like" is a vote and the post (or posts) with the most likes gets to be the FEATURED BLOGGER on the next hop!
  5. Not a rule, but a polite request: It would be fab if you grab a button to share on your post, blog page, or hops  page , share on social media

 


Featured Blogger!


Each week the Featured Blogger(s) will be chosen by who gets the most votes in the linky below.
To vote all you have to do is click "like" on the linkies.

This Week we have THREE:

My name is Missy, and I live in a small town where it’s all about the country living!  I’m married to my high school sweet heart, who insists I’m a trophy wife in training. ;)  I’m the kinda girl that would rather wear boots or flip flops over high heels or sneakers. I wear jeans and a t-shirt over any designer clothing.I would rather have a ponytail then take an hour to straighten my hair. I  would rather go camping or fishing over a trip to the mall, and would rather spend an evening with my  family then with friends. I pick sweet tea over alcohol, and I would rather have a conversation with my children than any famous person.  I stay home with our two adorable little girls. They usually keep me busy, i’m ether running after my oldest , or getting my hair pulled out by my youngest, literally.  But, at the end of the day, I wouldn’t  have it any other way!

A parenting blog about life with 3 small children. Surviving parenthood with a smile on my face. Chat, rants, reviews, competitions and anything else that makes me want to write.


Hi, I’m Kristin, and I am a really busy working wife and mom of two teenage boys.  My life feels like such a whirlwind, it makes me dizzy sometimes!  But even though things are always moving a mile a minute, I still strive to serve my family healthy, delicious food.  I am not a kitchen whiz (really just started cooking about two years ago!) and I don’t have a lot of time and energy for planning, shopping, and preparing, so I am always striving for recipes that are quick, easy, tasty and nutritious!


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