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Friday, July 29, 2011

Mom of Boys Blog Hop!

The MOB Society (short for "Moms of Boys") is having their first annual Boy Mom Blog Hop! I have joined this fun blogging event since the majority of my life as a mother is devoted to raising boys. And I wouldn't have it any other way!

I am Jessica, mother of this tribe and wife to Michael. Our children are:

James age nine

Isaac age seven and a half

Henry age five and a half

Malcolm age four months
 And to spice it up a little we also have:
Margaret age three and a half.

We live in the foothills of Western PA. Since most of our family lives in Oregon, I use this blog to show off my kids, promote my etsy shop, and write reviews for The Old Schoolhouse. I love how busy my kids keep me, and I love the adventures of my male-dominated family. I also enjoy poo-pooing my friends that think it is such a shame that Margaret does not have a sister.

My boys are voracious readers. James is into the Percy Jackson series and really anything by Rick Riordan. Although Isaac enjoys these as well, Henry is frightened by many of these stories. Isaac is making his way through The Little House on the Prairie series.  Henry loves books about Saints, The Berenstain Bears, and anything Star Wars. The boys are super patient with their little sister, and will often endure the Disney Princess stories that she demands they read to her.

Thanks for stopping by to get to know us. Feel free to leave a comment or to follow us using GFC or networked blogs. Check out other MOB blogs as well!


Erica Saint said...

Visiting from the BlogHop! What a nice looking family you have! God Bless.

Joyful Mud Puddles said...

I'm visiting from theMOB BlogHop. Your family is adorable and are so blessed to be Homeschooled. I love your esty creations! I hope you'll stop by and visit us too.

Allie said...

Hi Jessica! What a great name, it's my sister's too! :-)
I'm looking forward to reading more about your homeschooling adventures, since we're just about to start that adventure. Blessings!