I would love to have more followers, wouldn't you?  Simply list your blog, twitter handle and facebook page and then follow everyone else on the discussion. This way we will all get more followers!

Blog:  http://www.theshoppingduck.com (feed subscription at top of page, by reader or email)

Thanks!

Cecile

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I would love to have some new followers.

 

http://momdaughterreviews.blogspot.com/

http://momdaughterstyle.blogspot.com/

 

If your link does not appear on your follow "button" please leave a comment so I can follow back.

Thanks for sharing! I will go visit you :) here's mine. http://www.teampinkforever.blogspot.com

I am now following you!

I could use the love also.
Please come follow me on my journey to finishing up old projects
while battling with my ADD.
Thanks,
LOVE YA
www.thedarediva.com  (hope to see your beautiful face as a follower!)

I could use the love also.
Please come follow me on my journey to finishing up old projects
while battling with my ADD.

I PROMISE to FOLLOW BACK!
Thanks,
LOVE YA
www.thedarediva.com  (hope to see your beautiful face as a follower!)

Following, check out my blog at www.iamcurlylocks.blogspot.com

Sarah Kovac said:

I have a disability, and use my feet for most everything, including changing my son's diaper and feeding him. I blog about my struggles and victories with being a "disabled" parent, and often my blogs are about the meaning and joy I find in the little things. I was headline news on CNN.com last year when they did a piece on parenting with disabilities, and since then I have had the privilege to have many speaking engagements and join a speakers bureau.

My Website (Blog, videos, speaking info, etc.)

Twitter

Facebook

FOLLOWING check out my latest posting at www.iamcurlylocks.blogspot,com

 

Peace and Love,

 

Najeema Iman, I AM Curly Locks

Angela @ The Suburban Jungle said:

Hi,

 

My name is Anu.

 

My blog link is www.mydreamcanvas.blogspot.com

 

Following you :-)

Follow me please at http://mimilovesall8.blogspot.com

andersonann48/twitter

I followed you.

Thanks,mimilovesall8@yahoo.com

You are an example for all of us that take life for granted. We gripe and moan about minor things and then there are people like you who never complain about your disabilities. Praise be to you!  Your son is such a lucky person to have you as a parent.  God Bless you!

Annette http://mimilovesall8.blogspot.com 

Najeema Iman said:

Following, check out my blog at www.iamcurlylocks.blogspot.com

Sarah Kovac said:

I have a disability, and use my feet for most everything, including changing my son's diaper and feeding him. I blog about my struggles and victories with being a "disabled" parent, and often my blogs are about the meaning and joy I find in the little things. I was headline news on CNN.com last year when they did a piece on parenting with disabilities, and since then I have had the privilege to have many speaking engagements and join a speakers bureau.

My Website (Blog, videos, speaking info, etc.)

Twitter

Facebook

I am always looking for more followers and I do follow back. 

http://thisnthatboutiqueblog.blogspot.com/

Hi everyone, my other blog is lonely...sure can use some followers, I follow back!

http://mental-health-issues-madison.blogspot.com/

 

http://twitter.com/madisonosulliva

 

http://www.facebook.com/all.around.autism

Great idea!!!  I am new to the blogging world and would LOVE new followers so I don't feel like I'm talking to nobody.  hehe  Here is my blog, my facebook page and my twitter page.   :)   Looking forward to meeting you all!

 

http://findingmomtopia.wordpress.com

http://facebook.com/momtopia

http://twitter.com/findingmomtopia

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