Here I am with my traveling buddies.That's me on the left, then Laura from Frugal Friends in Northern Virginia, and Liz from Frugally Blonde. Liz is a very good friend of mine in "real life". lol. Laura is very pregnant, and such a sweet pea! I learned a lot about coupons traveling with the 2 of them for the weekend! :-)
Here's a picture I took of all the speakers/organizers of Relevant.
Courtney from Women Living Well, Kristin from We Are That Family, Kimba from A Soft Place to Land, Alyssa from Keeping the Kingdom First, Jess from Muthering Heights, Dana from Mrs. Moneysaver, Melissa from The Inspired Room, Angie from Bring the Rain, Crystal from Money Saving Mom, Sarah from Real Life Sarah, and Jen from Balancing Beauty and Bedlam.
I had push around a big bulky stroller everywhere I went (which was totally in the way) but nobody cared because they were all mothers, too! There were maybe 8 or so of us there with babies.
Here's a picture of 3 bloggers all taking pictures of their lunch at the same time. Finally, somewhere I fit in!!! Although I'm not going to post a picture of my lunch. But I did take one ;-)
Have you guys heard of 1+1+1=1? If not you should check it out. Her blog has tons of Christian preschool resources for free. I've had big plans to link to a lot of her stuff for awhile, but haven't had time yet. Here I am with Carisa! She has a lot of personality- in a great way! :-)
These ladies all blog for The Homeschool Post, and Heather (owner of The Homeschool Post) is soooo funny in real life, and her and Violet became instant friends! And her Texas accent is very charming. From left to right- Beth, Jenn, Heather, and Me :-)
By the way, nominations for the Homeschooling blog awards are now open, and Heather said preschool homeschooling totally counts. *hint hint* ;-)
So here I am with Kimba from A Soft Place to Land! I have been reading her blog for more than 2 years! It was very exciting to meet her and she was very nice and genuine in real life. I don't know why we start thinking people who write blogs aren't real people. They are. They're wonderful, sweet, real people!
The conference ended on Saturday night with some great worship music!
It was very "Steubenville", and I loved it! :-)
It reminded me of all the really cool fun things I got to do when I was in high school, like going to World Youth Day, or NCYC, or all the state youth conferences I used to go to. Only without adoration.
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