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Beautiful Mama Blog Awards


Here's a big thank you to Maddie from Mommy's Boy Musings for nominating me for this award. It came as a surprise, a pleasant one no doubt since I have always been pretty quiet in the mommy blogging space. :)

It is always nice to know that people do read my blog, and find it interesting to want to continue reading it. Having been able to be part of an exclusive mom blogging community has made me realise that there are so many of us going through a similar journey, and there's so much to learn from one another.  So.. thank you once again Maddie!

The three things I love about motherhood are

1) To be able to laugh and act silly without anyone judging;
2) To be that someone he looks forward to seeing at the end of each day;
3) To be able to love without any boundaries.

And...here are some of the mommies I feel are also very deserving of this award:

 The Nice Rebel Rabbit
A Juggling Mom
Sanses
Our Princess Dana
My Baby Footsteps
Little Blue Bottle 


How to accept the award
Ladies, to accept the award, please do the following things:
  1. Click the above award image, save it and use it in your acceptance post.
  2. List 3 things you love about motherhood.
  3. Nominate other deserving mamas; you may choose as many as you like. (And let them know of the nomination)




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