Stylish Blogger Award - Eek! I mean, "Sniff, Sniff, Simply Fahhhbulous!"

Thank you SO much to Jaimie from Legos In My Pocket for honoring TidbitsParenting with the Stylish Blogger Award! Check it out:

I'm crazy excited about this! Yip! Here are the Stylish Blogger Award rules...

In order to accept this award you must:

1. Thank and link back to the person who awarded you this.
2. Share 7 things about yourself.
3. Pay it forward to 15 some recently discovered great bloggers. (haha, I can't do 15, oy)(oh shit, I did 12! Wow, maybe I read blogs too much these days, ha!)
4. Contact those bloggers and tell them about their award
So here are 7 things about myself:
1. I officially knew I was a middle-aged married lady the day I told my husband, "I'm mad about Maroon 5!" and he said, "whoa, you're totally a stereotypical middle-aged married lady."
2. I think everyone should donate $25 to Kiva.org because it's a donation that keeps on giving and helps people to help themselves. You can re-donate your $25 over and over and over. I'm addicted!
3. I wish I knew how to play guitar (bucket list).
4. I wish someone would knock out all of my teeth so that their insurance had to pay for me getting veneers.
5. I want to take my family to Ireland before Otto is 10 and just walk around and bike around and drink beer and buy wool things and go to the coast and sit by a fire and eat eat eat.
6. Green bean casserole is honestly my favorite food, e v e r. So this past week rocked my world. GBC every day!
7. 1, 2, 3, 4 (the Sesame Street version) by Feist gets me so verklempt I end up with tears in my eyes every time! Haha, it's just so sweet.
And the award goes to...
These are some of my flava-faves! Blogs I read on the regular...

Life on the Mom List

Sweet Harper

Monkey-Toes Shoes

The Journey of the Unfinished Woman

Funny or Snot

The Mama of Mojo

Crunchy VT Mommy

Life of a Sippy Cup Mom

Grow family, Grow!

Baby Baby Lemon

Tucson Mama

The Sears Fam

Thanks again, Jaimie! You know I love you big time! Muah!



Sweet Harper said...

I love it, and I love you! Thanks for the mention. Also, I am inviting my family on your Ireland trip. That's going to be a blast!

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Anonymous said...

Hey sweetie,
Thanks for the shout out!

Jaimie said...

Awe! well I HAD to get word out about 'cha! <3's <3's right back at ya dearie! :)

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