Blog Carnival: A Love Song to Mothers

28 Apr

We all have women who have mothered us in our lives.  Who are the mothers in your life you would like to honor?  What lessons have they taught you? What gifts have they given you? We created this video to honor those women.  Join us in celebrating the mothers who have nurtured you by participating in our first ever MotherWoman Blog Carnival.

It’s easy to participate:
1. Write your post of love, gratitude and admiration for the woman or women in your life who have mothered you. Or use a post you have written already!
2. Link back here to this post.
3. Come back and add your blog post to the link widget below.
This carnival opens today and closes on May 14th. Don’t forget to visit us again for the round up and to visit other writers. We can’t wait to hear from you.

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4 Responses to “Blog Carnival: A Love Song to Mothers”

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  1. A Love Song to Mothers | Emily Rosenbaum - May 2, 2011

    […] writing this for the Motherwoman Blog Carnival.  Please go over there and read the other […]

  2. Out and About « Needs New Batteries - May 4, 2011

    […] you’ll visit me here at Hilltown Families to read about my first vernal pool walk with Theo, here at MotherWoman to participate in our very first blog carnival to honor Mother’s Day, and here […]

  3. Happy Mother’s Day Mom « Good Stock - May 8, 2011

    […] letter is to my mom and for the Motherwoman Blog Carnival.  Read other letters, stories and memories about moms on the […]

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