Update: Wow. I’m thrilled at the response this post has had.  Such sweet comments about it on Facebook, Twitter and the post itself. It has been “liked”, “shared” and retweeted over 1000 times and in more than one language. It was even blogged about and applied to running (I was thrilled, being a lover of running myself).

Thanks for the love folks. Watch out for more empowering content on my blog coming at you next week!

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Hello and welcome to my empowering blog for inspired mothers. Hopefully you’re well on your way to being a more joyful parent after reading my Tiny Buddha post.

Speaking of joy, here are two recent Instagrams of my daughter, Tiana and I, having a blast on her 2nd birthday and jumping into fountains.

By now you know I like to have fun. But since you’re probably new around here, I thought I’d give you a quick introduction to my blog.

I must start by telling you that I prepared something special for you: a guide that will show you how to be a smokin’ hot mom! So make sure you get your hands on 15 Tips On How To Be The Hottest Mama You Know.

Natnanton.com is a site about answering one question —how can we teach our kids to live up to their potential? The answer is simple: we must live up to ours. At natnanton.com, I connect you with the inspiration, resources and tools you need, to do just that.

On the left sidebar you will find a list of past blog posts that are “current hits” and “all time” fav’s. Kick up your feet and browse through.

If you like what you see, you can connect with me on Facebook, Twitter, or visually via Instagram (and be sure to join a community of Instagramming mothers every weekend at the Through Mama’s Eyes Instagram challenge).

Lastly, don’t forget to claim your 15 Tips On How To Be The Hottest Mama You Know!

Looking forward to connecting with you.

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2 Responses to Welcome, Tiny Buddha Reader!

  1. Kathy says:

    Hi Nat – thought I’d let you know I linked back to your post on 15 joyful tips in one I have posted on ‘might as well jump’ http://yinyangmother.com/?p=296. Its funny – it’s a post I’d already written prior to reading yours, and then a couple of days ago there was a story going around in Australia about a school in Sydney that was banning kids from handstanding and cartwheeling – the reminder to have fun (kids and adults) seemed well-timed…cheers..kathy

    • Nat Nanton says:

      Kathy, we’re on the same page! I spent this morning at the playground showing my daughter how to hang upside down from the monkey bars. Kids don’t get to have all the fun! 😉 Thanks for linking. xo

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