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Hello, I am new and LOVE new followers.  Feel free to visit my blog at www.MamaInHeels.com and let me know what you think.  Please follow me and I will follow you back!

MamaInHeels.com is a fun and informational blog focused on moms that can still look and feel fabulous.  It is created as a platform to provide style inspiration, shopping tips, healthy eating, money management, and a sense of community. 

 

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Thank you & followed you back!

 

Janise

Just followed as well. Nice and simple blog

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Hi! I'm Shelby, a twenty-something stay-at-home momma to a great little guy, Oliver. Come check out my blog at :: It's Always Sonny :: And learn all about our family, parenting adventures & mishaps, DIY, recipes & read Oliver's journal!

Liked and followed all!  If you'd like to return the favor (and anyone else please -- I'll follow back at cha!) I'm at:

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