Follow me and my 4 crazy kids! I'd like to follow you too!

I'm looking for a few good followers...that love to read about moms with busy, crazy lives with toddlers/preschoolers (isn't that what made Jon and Kate so famous?!?). We're only half their size in kiddos, but still crazy enough!

Follow my blogs, and I'll return the favor!

www.mommytimesfour.blogspot.comand
www.duckduckgoosedesigns.blogspot.com (We're having a giveaway right now!)

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Hi wanted to let you know that I am following you, I had to click the follow the blog on google nav bar I did not see a spot where you had followers shown. Would appreciate you doing same for me. Looking forward to reading your blog, I left comment

http:bloggin2noggin.blogspot.com PS dont get confused my profile pic for followers is June Cleaver google name is Melissa which is my real name, my mom found this site and was trying to help me so she registered (only in her name which is susan) I don't know how to change it so for now it stays
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I'm following you! Your kids are adorable!

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Hi Wendy,

Great Blogs, your children are so cute :) I am now following your blog duckduckgoosedesigns. But when I went to mommytimesfour; I couldn't find where I could follow you. Please come follow my two blogs...

http://www.womanandmom.blogspot.com

http://www.parentstlc.com

Thanks
Stina :)
I really like your mommytimesfour blog. I left you a comment and will continue to check back for new updates and posts!
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