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Our Circle of Moms Blog

Many Voices Make Up Our Circle of Moms Blog

No family is the same, but sharing parenting tips, advice and recommendations are still great ways to learn new ideas. We're thrilled to have eight moms from the region sharing their posts on the Our Circle of Moms Blog:

  • Sue Anganes: a home-schooling mom of six who is also a grandmother
  • Amy Dienta: mother to seven-year-old son, Omar
  • Sandy Egan: mom to a1
    5-year-old and a 13-year-old
    5-year-old daughter and a 13-year-old son
  • Kate Henderson:
    Kate Henderson, and I am a mom of two. My big boy, AJ, is five; my little girl, Charlie, is two - See more at:
    a mom of two - big boy, AJ, is five; little girl, Charlie, is two
  • Michaelene Koskela: mom of four-year-old Brooke
  • Jacqueline (Jackie) Koutsoufis: mother to five very different and somewhat complex, children who range in ages from two to twelve - Kaitlyn, Emily, Anthony, Madelyn, and Rebecca
  • Danielle McFadden: president of the Lowell Chamber of Commerce and mother to daughter Zoey
  • Vallery Schofield-Miller: mother to two adventurous, funny, creative children - Matthew, who is seven, and Kelsie, who just turned six

Together these women (and sometimes their partners) share a variety of topics and points of view.

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Our Circle of Moms Blog has been very active for just over a year, with nearly 22,000 visitors checking out local, mom-specific posts from featured area bloggers selected from an annual contest.

Posts about local, kid-friendly restaurants and movies, childcare, summer camps, schools, community events

Each featured blogger writes at least one post a month. The topics vary greatly, depending on the personalities of the bloggers and their range of daily experiences in the community. Some of their blog posts will come in the form of video posts. The bloggers meet in person every other month at 'blogger brunches' to share ideas and brainstorm upcoming topics.

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