Follow Friday | 5.20.2016
May 20, 2016
Hi Mamas! It’s Friday (woohoo!) and we’re back sharing more of our absolutely, must follow bloggers that we simply adore. (Missed our inaugural Follow Friday post? Fear not — you can check it out here.)
From left to right, clockwise: Megan of A Blessed Nest; Katie of Clarks Condensed; Sara of Love By Lynn; Ashley of Ashley’s Fresh Fix
Get to know these fabulous moms—
Megan of A Blessed Nest (follow her on Instagram @blessednestblog). You can look to Megan for everything marriage, motherhood and making your house a home. See what this mom-to-two has to say about the Owlet Monitor here.
Katie of Clarks Condensed (follow her on Instagram @katie_clarkscondensed). Katie has been a supporter of Owlet since the very beginning, and we are so grateful to her! Check out her blog, where she shares tips on everything from food and fun to frugal living, plus read her Owlet review, here.
Sara of Love By Lynn (follow her on Instagram @lovebylynn). First-time-mom Sara shares fitness tips, lifestyle and fashion on her blog. We love that Sara says this of Owlet: “I have officially found the best baby monitor out there.” Read her full review here.
Ashley of Ashley’s Fresh Fix (follow her on Instagram @ashleysfreshfix). Warning: Do not scroll through Ashley’s Instagram while hungry. A self-described “foodie family girl,” her feed lives up to the expectation. She regularly periscopes, including her Owlet experience.
Tell us: Who are you favorite bloggers or Instagram accounts to follow?
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