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Shine Blog Hop Thursdays at The Deliberate Mom

Welcome to the fifth edition of the SHINE Blog Hop! I’m excited to announce that 76 posts were linked up at our last hop! I hope everyone is enjoying this hop and thank you to everyone who has been participating and promoting it!

So without further delay, here are the top posts which were clicked at SHINE Blog Hop #4:

Feeling Inadequate – Joy Dare Photography Blog

“I said WHAAAT?!” Sometimes Moms Say the Darndest Things, Too – Just a Touch of Crazy

Mom [of Boys] Problem: What I DIDN’T See Coming – Diz Mommy

Congratulations! As a reminder, featured posts are shared on all my social media outlets (tweeted, pinned, stumbled, etc.).

Also, every week, one post is chosen by random.org and featured here on The Deliberate Mom. This post will ALSO be shared on all of my social media sites!

This week’s random feature is:

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2 Kids Under 2: Essential Car Kit – from Fairy Tale Glamorous

Are you ready to SHINE? Remember, this is a party, so please visit and comment on AT LEAST one other post. Also, if you could help me spread the word about the SHINE Blog Hop, I would be so grateful. It’s not mandatory, but definitely appreciated. The more participants here, the more possibilities for your posts to be seen.

I invite you to grab the beverage of your choice, take a comfortable seat, and let your best posts shine! It’s time to bask in the glow of this amazing community of bloggers!

SHINE Blog Hop #5

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Jennifer Bly
Jennifer Bly
Author of My Kitchen, My Classroom: An Introduction to Homeschool, creator of The Deliberate Mom, Deliberate Homeschooling and regular contributor to The Huffington Post. Jennifer writes about parenting, her faith, and life with her husband and two girls. Jennifer has a Bachelor of Applied Human Service Administration Degree with a specialization in Early Learning in Child Care.