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"I am a follower of yours already. I just want to thank you for your give a way for A…"

Glynis Ciccone replied Apr 15, 2011 to I'm looking for new blogs to follow...

382 Dec 4, 2011
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"Hi Lisa , I just started following you. Great article on Autism. You can find me at …"

Glynis Ciccone replied Apr 12, 2011 to I'm looking for new blogs to follow...

382 Dec 4, 2011
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"I love that I can say what's on my mind. I have only been doing it a few months and…"

Glynis Ciccone replied Apr 9, 2011 to The thing I love most about my blog is _________.

132 Oct 19, 2012
Reply by Christy Garrett

"I want to be on Oprah or be invited as a guest on The View. Then I would know I have…"

Glynis Ciccone replied Mar 19, 2011 to I daydream that I get invited to (event) as an influential mom blogger.

35 Feb 1, 2012
Reply by Shannon L

"I think my blog is funny, Come visit me and the absurdities of life. Come check it o…"

Glynis Ciccone replied Mar 18, 2011 to The funniest post I've read this month is....

7 Mar 18, 2011
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"The only one in my family who has even read my blog is my mom. I guess no matter how…"

Glynis Ciccone replied Feb 20, 2011 to My Non-Blogging Friends and Family Think Blogging Is.....

128 Jun 16, 2011
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"You are not alone! I am living proof that gravity exists http://momsinvent.blogspot.…"

Glynis Ciccone replied Feb 20, 2011 to I hate bathingsuit shopping!!!

2 Feb 20, 2011
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