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Diana's Discussions (17)

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"Not new, but maybe new to you. Http://cookerati.com"

Diana replied Sep 2, 2009 to Any New FOOD Blogs Out There?

44 Oct 7, 2010
Reply by ashley

"I use an alias because anyone can do a google search on your kids name and find out…"

Diana replied Mar 25, 2009 to why would you use an alias for your child?

40 Mar 29, 2011
Reply by galatians513blog

"I still have a password on my son's account because his time management is very poor…"

Diana replied Jan 15, 2009 to Is there a limit as to how much you can limit your kids on the interent?

5 May 22, 2009
Reply by Dominique Goh

"When my daughter was 4 she said, what does "in love" mean. I told her mommy, daddy a…"

Diana replied Dec 9, 2008 to Somebody kissed my daughter!--what will I do?

10 Dec 12, 2008
Reply by Karen

"I think that the badges do look like alot of clutter. Blogrolls were easy to read th…"

Diana replied Nov 21, 2008 to Badges as Blogrolls

11 Nov 26, 2008
Reply by jinniver

"I post on my sister's food blog at Cookerati.com We do anything connected with food…"

Diana replied Nov 12, 2008 to Any Foodie Bloggers?

20 Nov 17, 2008
Reply by Patsyk

"I usually wear jeans, but if I working or cleaning, it's sweats. I do drag around in…"

Diana replied Oct 26, 2008 to Dressing down or just being comfortable?

12 Oct 26, 2008
Reply by girlintheglasses

"Usually I let everyone's comments go through if it isn't spam. I choose a winner wit…"

Diana replied Oct 9, 2008 to Fairness in Giveaways

33 Nov 17, 2008
Reply by Karen

"My blog isn't mine, it's really my sister's. There are 4 (although every once in a b…"

Diana replied Oct 6, 2008 to Tell Me About Your Blog

485 Apr 29, 2013
Reply by Don't Tell Anyone

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