How exciting! .:thirty something mom:. got a little blurb on Good Housekeeping! I feel as though I won something! Rather, I’m just thankful that my blog has been recognized. I’d like to thank God, my mom… just kidding. This blog is meant for any person and not necessarily mothers in their 30’s. Please keep sending me the constant feedback. I enjoy reading them. And if you’re looking for a particular look for an event or need that special recipe for a party… let me do the research for you. It’s what I do best.
Finding this blurb this morning made my day. Here’s what it said:
I didn’t have a chance to get all funny about turning 30, because I was too concerned with the somersaults my son was doing on my bladder. I was six months pregnant when hit the big 3-0. A few weeks after my birthday celebration, I wound up on bed-rest with pre-term labor. Being 30 really didn’t matter all that much.
Whether you’re a 20-something, 30-something or “mature” mom, there are some great web sites tailored just to you. Here are a few I wish were around when I was bored on bed-rest:30-Something Mom (https://30somethingmom.wordpress.com/) Nelly, and “ex clubber” from Vancouver admits she has a weakness for reality TV. Her blog is filled with a mish-mash of things, including recipes (shortbread cookies), trend alerts (animal print dresses) and thoughts on motherhood ( Would you leave your family to party?). Though her posts are sparse, there’s plenty in the archives to keep yourself entertained no matter your age. If you’ve got a hankering for Halo Halo (A Cold Filipino Dessert or if you want to chime in on whether teachers should post pictures of their students on Facebook drop by this pleasant and entertaining blog.
Source: Good HouseKeeping: http://www.goodhousekeeping.com/family/tweens/young-and-old-moms