I love Momma love, so if you like my blog and want to Google Friend me, follow me on Facebook or Twitter or even subscribe I'd be so honored to have more awesome mommies following me. I am definitely a reciprocater so will share the love back.

Thanks!!

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Hello Mommies,

I'm looking for Mommyvice subscribers, I need mothers giving advice and sharing experiences. Please help me reach my goal of 100 followers by the end of Feb.

I will also follow back.

Thank you for your subscribing ahead of time.

www.vivianlewis.com
Following you now~please follow back. Thanks.

Jen at A Penny Saved

http://apennysavedtoday.blogspot.com
Hi Jenice, are you following on twitter? I didn't see you.
Sorry, I will just as soon as I can log on. Twitter is giving me fits at the moment here. Thanks for following me. :)
No worries, didn't want to miss you.
Great reviews! I'm now following. Please follow mine www.savingcreatively.com
Thanks Elizabeth I'm also doing a giveaway that ends today check it out: http://www.mommybknowsbest.com/lock-mane-review-and-giveaway/
I am new to the blog world as well.

Now following!

www.lifeofamodernmom.com

Thanks,
Debbie
Following you on Google Friend
I'm following, here is mine:
http://pregnancy-parenting-tips.blogspot.com/
Following you on Google Friend and Twitter
Hi there,

What a cute blog!! I am now following you!! Please have a look at mine at http://LotsOfLittleBlessings.blogspot.com and follow me if you like it!!

Have wonderful day!!
Sabine

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