I had such great success (does anyone else "sing" that cheer in their heads to make sure you spell success right?) with my first follow for follow post, I wanted to make a 2nd one. I love reading all the blogs I'm following so I'm hoping to keep it going. Follow me and I'll follow you! I try to comment on the blogs I follow at least once per day. Looking forward to reading your blogs!

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I'm following you ashley!

I've got lots of giveaways for moms on my blog:
http://thepennypinchingmama.blogspot.com/
Great! I'm following you now.
I am following you and i also followed everyone who followed you too. Sharing the follower love......
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Hi Alba- I am following you as well. http://www.thetamom.com
Hey girlie! Good to see you!
I used that template for a LONG time. I love it!! Thanks for following, I'm following you now.
Following you :)
I loved your your blog! You can check mine out at: http://Beauty4Moms.blogspot.com
I loved your your blog! You can check mine out at: http://Beauty4Moms.blogspot.com
Thanks so much! I'm following you now.
I am following you!
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