I will follow you if you follow me.

Please check out my blog- http://amandarosebooks.blogspot.com

If you like what you read, leave a comment.

Thank you and Happy Holidays!

Amanda
http://www.amandarosebooks.com

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Hi Amanda! I'm stopping by to see if you're interested in my new group:

http://www.mombloggersclub.com/group/googlefriendconnectfollowers

Thanks,

Victoria
I love your new group Victoria. Thanks for following my blog!

Amanda
http://amandarosebooks.blogspot.com
http://www.amandarosebooks.com
Hi, I am following you.

http://jainasmom.blogspot.com
am following you heres mine http://evoluchuns.blogspot.com/
i will follow anyone that follows mine is http://hisluvinangel.blogspot.com/
I am following all and I am going to work on Mommy is Green's group later today!
http://jamielz.blogspot.com
Amanda....just visited your blog, love it! I am now a follower, I do some book reviews on my blog, as well as a hodge podge of everything else! Come visit me at www.knitsandreads.blogspot.com

~Lauri
aka LULU
Just added you to our follow list! Looks like you have some great blogs!

Here's a link to our blog!

http://theivytwines.blogspot.com/
Following you, cute blog my kids loved the mermaid!

Joanna

http://parentingachildwithautismourstory.blogspot.com/
I really love your blog. I will continue to check back for new updates and posts :)
You are a great writer :)
http://reflectionsofanavywife.blogspot.com/
Love the shot of the Rainbow on your Birthday post!

http://lisabenestmd.blogspot.com/

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