Wednesday, September 09, 2009

A Great Resource For Moms

Have you ever felt alone in struggles you face as a mom? Or have you ever just needed some wise advice of a mom who's walked the same path as you?

I can definitely answer yes to both of those questions. And I've found those great connections and resources all across the blogosphere. I truly feel fortunate every single day to have this huge community of women at my disposal, 24 hours a day.

So I always get excited when I find a new resource for moms online. And when that resource is filled with wisdom, interactivity, tips and ideas, I know I've really found something great.

That is the case with Mom's Homeroom from MSN.

Over the past few weeks, I've spent quite a bit of time exploring all the resources at Mom's Homeroom and I've been really impressed. I think my favorite feature is the videos. They've been fun to watch. One video in particular on helping kids adjust at school was very timely for me as we prepared to send Isabelle off to school instead of homeschooling.

I tend to have a love/hate relationship with all forums because they become a time suck for me; one that' not very productive either. The Mom's Homeroom forum board was like most other forum boards to me in that it provided some valuable advice and conversation, but there was also a lot I could do without.

Overall, I really enjoy visiting Mom's Homeroom. I'm sure it will be a resource I turn to a lot in the future. I definitely recommend spending at least a few minutes looking around and seeing if there might be something of value for you there.

I wrote this review while participating in a blog tour campaign by Mom Central on behalf of Kellogg’s Frosted Mini-Wheats and received a sample to facilitate my candid review. In addition, Mom Central sent me a gift card to thank me for taking the time to participate.

All thoughts of Mom's Homeroom are a true and honest reflection of how I feel, irregardless of compensation or product sample.


A Grammatical Disclaimer

I freely admit to consistently using improper grammar in the following areas:
1. I like run-on sentences.
2. I have a tendency to end sentences with a pronoun. (I really do. I can't help it.)
3. I always seem to use passive voice in my sentences. (See?)

I've been trying to break this habit, unsuccessfully, for years, so now I just accept that as my writing style, and since I'm not writing for grades anymore, I embrace it. (Again, see?)

Hence, I invoke Blogger Artistic License for this blog!

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