I was so honored to get this award from Mary at Everyday Baby Steps. I am new to her blog but I love to visit it. Thanks so much, Mary!
This award was created by Memoirs Of A Mommy to honor the donor who saved her son Noah’s life with a heart transplant. Her hopes are that in passing this award, we are creating more awareness of the importance of organ donation.
She says: The rules of this award are: SHARE THE LOVE!!! Share this award with all those blogs out there that you love. All the people who make you smile. All those that make you laugh. All those that make your day. All those that leave uplifting comments on your blog. **All I ask, is that you include a link to this post with the award and ask your recipient to do the same**
So now it’s my turn to share the love…
Amy at This Side of Somewhere, for being such a deep down wonderful person and loving mother.
Susan at Home School Mom. We have known each other online since our oldest kids were tots. We are radically different in the way we homeschool but quite alike in our love of our kids, homeschooling and making it all fun. She goes out of her way to help other moms and share her knowledge and she has quite a lot to share. If you are new to homeschooling and want information on curricula, planning and more, she’s your go-to girl.
Laura at Ramblings of an Unschooling Family, if you don’t want information on curricula or planning at all. 🙂 Laura manages to make being a mama to 9 kids look almost easy, and always fun.
Tiffany at How to be an AP Parent (…even when your kids drive you nuts!) for being so darn fun, so darn honest and a wonderful friend.
Claire at The Garden Grrl, a fabulous organic gardening blog. Claire is one part mythical creature, one part natural disaster, one part mama bear and one part fount of wisdom. She also wins the award for “most likely to offend absolutely anybody.” She is also now officially 100% cancer free, having beat THREE types of cancer this year. Woot! (The garden blog is unfortunately free of offense, disasters and such since it also runs in her local paper but it is nonetheless dead-on for the “fount of wisdom” part in terms of organic gardening.)
Barb at Perfectly Natural Photography. I love to peek at her photographs and she is such a wonderful mama with such a good soul.