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Mom’s Doll with a Seashell Hat

Happy Mother’s Day Mom! On this occasion, I thought I’d share the Mother’s Day Card I made for my Mom and a little bit about it.   This is a special doll because when I was a child, the only time I could play with it was when I was sick in bed. This is […]

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Writing, Learning, Living in the Blogosphere

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Editor’s Note: We hope artists will find value in Geneva’s interview with this mom and blogger who has successfully written her blogs for compensation. Plenty of food for thought here, and not just for mothers!

Geneva Miller for Southern Oregon Artists Resource

Adventures in Babywearing blogger Stephanie Precourt took her blog from an online parent journal to a wage earning site. Since her move to Bandon, Oregon, she’s rebooted her personal adventures in blogging—writing about the move, her children, her life. No product reviews required.

Adventures excerpt, Feb 15 I haven’t counted the stop lights yet but there are only a few, and two fast-food restaurants – Dairy Queen and Subway. We have plenty of coffee shops and cafes, which I also love. And a hardware store with a dog who follows you around . . . . This place doesn’t feel foreign to me . . .

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