Wordless Wednesday: Tattoos

Written by NPN_Admin on June 25th, 2014

Edited by Momma Jorje

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This week we asked you to share your tattoos with us.


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Meegs has several tattoos…

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these are a couple of her favorite photos of them.

See more from Meegs at A New Day.

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From Julie: “This tattoo represents me and all my kids.
Three of my boys are hearing impaired and the butterfly is a symbol for the deaf community.”

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Jorje’s latest tattoo is a Medic bracelet.
The other side of her arm lists her blood type and drug allergies.

Jorje blogs at Momma Jorje.

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A highlight of visiting family was glitter tattoos for everyone.

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Lauren reviewed SafetyTat Temporary Tattoos on her review blog.
SafetyTat offers temporary tattoos with your phone number that can be easily applied to your children’s arm or hand.

Read Lauren’s full review at Hobo Mama Reviews.

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When one of the kids asks for a tattoo, the other has to have one.
Sometimes that turns into a tattoo war with more and more being added so no one has more or better ones.

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This can lead to some unfortunate decisions, like this one, the first tattoo Davis regretted.
He wanted something less hardcore.

Shannon blogs at Pineapples & Artichokes.

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From Moorea: “This is one of two tats, the snake on my guitar strumming arm. There are guitar shapes in the snake’s body and a third eye. I thought by now I’d be covered in tattoos but since becoming a parent I really don’t have 4 hours to sit and relax in a chair! Or $400 to spare!”

Moorea offers gentle parenting tools at Savvy Parenting Support.

Tell us: What do tattoos look like in your family?

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