First of all, I think MBC is a great resource for blogging questions. It's also wonderful to brainstorm for future blog posts. My friend and I are launching our blog April 1 and are looking to spread the word. Our site is www.thepinningmama.com We have put our heart into this so far and want to continue. We hope people enjoy it as much as we do. In trying to spread the word we are also looking to have followers. I've seen the two follow me groups, but it seems like you would get lost in the sea of comments. Plus, theres a lot of duplicate posts from people. Any suggestions? 

If you're reading this, here are our linkys. I will follow you too! 

www.thepinningmama.com

www.twitter.com/thepinningmama

https://www.facebook.com/thepinningmama

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really cute blog! definitely a good idea since you KNOW we're all on Pinterest pinning away. Nice to see some of those ideas come to life! I like that you guys are doing it as a duo as well.

I'm at: www.hennablossom.com

Thanks for sharing! 

Hi! I am a new blogger as well and wish you much success on your blog. I am following via Twitter.

My blog is at: http://secondchancesgirl.blogspot.com

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