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Welcome to the January 7, 2008 edition of Mom's Mom BloggerMom BloggerBlogging Carnival. A big thank you to all the writers who submitted articles. We received 26 submissions and 24 of these have been included in this edition of the carnival.

Jenny presents Planes, Trains and Little Tikes posted at The So Called Me.

Business

Deborah Robinson presents Are Networking Sites for Women Just in it for the Money? posted at Australian Women Online.

Sagar presents Be Your Own Virtual Assistant: 100 Tools to Keep Yourself Accountable and Organized posted at Bootstrapper.

S Glover presents Sales & Marketing Women’s Biggest Business Challenges posted at Business & A Cup of Tea.

Terry Dean presents 10 Research Sites You Should Bookmark posted at Integrity Business Blog by Terry Dean.

James Alenteal presents Five reasons Why Blogs & Content Marketing Beats SEO & PPC. posted at James Alenteal's Conversion Rate Clinic, saying, "3 Topflight Women Online -- Two Classic Online Marketing Models -- One Depends on blogging."

Other

Carole Fogarty presents Adjust your yin yang time clock and bring a delightful energetic flow back into your day: posted at The Healthy Living Lounge.

Parenting

Dana presents Toilet Talk posted at Principled Discovery.

Lauren Franklin presents Once upon a time... posted at Finding my mommy voice.

Chickens in the Road presents The Slanted Little House posted at Suzanne McMinn, saying, "A mother moves to the country with her three suburban children to find the real meaning of home--and life."

Heidi Saxton presents Adoptive Family Planning: A Wise Choice posted at Mommy Monsters Inc., saying, "Are you thinking about becoming a foster parent or adoptive parent? A mother who foster-adopted a sibling group of three shares her experiences in hopes of educating others who are considering whether to make the same choice."

Angela Williams Duea presents What was that, again? posted at Angleawd, saying, "When you eavesdrop on your teenager's conversation, you may hear more than you intended."

Lela Davidson presents I DARE You to Drink Beer posted at Parenting Squad.

Lela Davidson presents Being a Young Mom: Why Starting Early Has Its Rewards posted at Parenting Squad.

Lenora Johanson presents Raising Financially Responsible Kids posted at Mommy Gets PAID, saying, "Raising kids that can understand and appreciate money"

Christine presents Choosing a French Lycee (High School) for Your Child posted at Me, My Kid and Life: An American Single Mom Living in France.

Louise Manning presents Paper-chains posted at The Human Imprint.

Karen Alonge presents About Kids and Writing posted at advice for parents, saying, "what parents need to know about how to help their kids love writing"

Nicola Marsh presents Romance, rumours and rogues posted at Romance, rumours and rogues.

Relationships

Iowa Mom presents Kid Daze is Dazzled! posted at Kid Daze, saying, "Review of a MUST READ book if you are married with children."

James DeLelys presents Look with your Heart! posted at Author James DeLelys.

Travel

Colleen Kulikowski presents My Marco Island Luxury Home Won't Sell-Are YOU Chasing the Market Down? posted at Marco Island Real Estate-Homes and Condos on Marco Island.

That concludes this edition. The next edition of the carnival is scheduled for 21 January 2008 and will be hosted by Angela Williams. Submit your blog article to the next edition of Mom's Blogging Carnival using our carnival submission form. Past posts and future hosts can be found on our blog carnival index page.

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Thanks for including my article in this edition of the carnival! What a great bunch of articles to be included with! Take Care LJ

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