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Blogher13 Blog Hop #1!

As I announced, Jayne at The Naptown Organizer and I are hosting a monthly Blogher13 blog hop to try and get to know some bloggers before we head to the conference in July!

BlogHer Link Up

So, lets all get to know some Blogher13 bloggers. I'll go first...

If you're visiting from the hop, welcome! Stick around, I'd love to get to know you too. 

Where do you blog?

Well, duh. Here, at The Kavanaugh Report.

What do you blog about?

I blog about all things parenting and all things Henry. More specifically, I share a lot about our Montessori inspired tot school and how I keep Henry busy to keep from going insane. On the more serious side, my pregnancy lossesstruggle to conceive another baby, and life with a high needs baby/toddler all make their way into the mix every now and then too.  

I also have a couple cute dogs...and a husband...and a job. You know, the usual.

Is this your first time going to Blogher?

It sure is! I cannot wait to be around "my people." Blogher13 will officially be my first blogging conference. 

What's your favorite post you've written in the last year?

While it wasn't the easiest post for me to write, I think it my post about my first miscarriage and its connection to finding our new house was my favorite because its had the most impact on my family over the last year... 


What are you most looking forward to at Blogher13?

While I am excited about so many things about Blogher {hello, five kid-free days in the best city ever! And stalking Amalah from a hotel hallway -- just kidding -- kind of} I think I am most looking forward to hanging out with people who understand blogging and don't judge me or think it's weird to post my every random thought to the internet.

Where else {Pinterest, Instagram, Facebook, Etc.} can we find you?

I'm very stalk-able you can find The Kavanaugh Report on Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, and Instagram. Beware, I like to post cute pictures of my kid.



Seriously, thanks for stopping by! Now, go visit some other awesome blogs and bloggers. Are you going to Blogher13 in Chicago? If so, link up and tell us all about yourself!




If you're a blogger and looking to spruce up your blog before Blogher13, check out the giveaway for free blog design services sponsored by The Naptown Organizer, The Kavanaugh Report, and Tiffany Kuehl Designs!

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Thanks so much for putting this together! It's a great idea! Looking forward to next month!
Thanks so much for linking up!

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