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Welcome to the Rudy Family Rukus.  Thanks for visiting our blog.  We love visitors and comments. 
I am a mom, blogger, nurse, and scrap-booker.  This blog helps me to keep my sanity and join with other mom bloggers with similar interests and to keep our family connected!  
My husband is the Director of Football Operations for a local University and that keeps him really busy.  
I blog about raising elementary aged children, cooking, crafting, and daily life here in our little rukus we call life. 
Some things I'm blogging about lately. Raising Safe Kids NOT Scared Kids, Clean Eating as a Family, and Yummy Recipes.
Join us for laughs and learning!



Follow me on twitter:@rudyrukus or on FaceBook Rudy Family Rukus.

Comments

MageeMommy said…
HI! I'm visiting from blogfrog(somehow!) and love these pics of your family! wow! They're great!

MageeMommy
http://mageebaby.blogspot.com
Nolie said…
Found you through SITS. I could not leave your site without telling you what a beautiful family you have.
Laura Lynn said…
Saw you on the BLogFrog about the comments discussion so I thought I would say hi.
Beautiful family! I'll be back to look around your blog - it's great so far!
Thanks,
Laura
Josie said…
You have a beautiful family!

Josie
(josieskitchen.tumblr.com)
AMY said…
Love your blog! I LOVE the pictures......I'm a picture nut too!
You have a beautiful family!
I'm from blogfrog and found you thru a fellow blogger on there.
Come visit my blog sometime....I will definitely be back to visit yours again.
I joined your followers!
april said…
Love the blog,pics!What type of camera do you use?
Anonymous said…
Hey :) One of your daughters looks like the dad, the other like the mom. And the son looks like dad and mom. Very fair share of the genes, I say!

-Ryan, I don't usually blog, lol.
marty said…
What a beautiful family! Thanks for stopping by my blog so I'd have the chance to "meet" you :-)
Inkeri Peltonen said…
Hey! I just wanted to let you know how much I like your blog and gave you the Very Inspiring Blogger Award. Feel free to accept or not, no pressure. http://myblogexactly.wordpress.com/2013/01/21/very-inspiring-blogger-award/

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