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Tripp and Finn in the kitchen: gluten free

 

http://cookingglutenfreewiththekids.blogspot.com

 

 

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I am following. Are you going to be updating your new blog often. I think i will share it with my friend whose family eats gluten-free. 

http://www.sofiasworld.org/

Hi Sofia,

I am following you through GFC and I liked your FB page.  Here is a link to my website: www.wicked-wicker.com.  I make customized gift baskets. 

Thank you!

Jill

Sofia Walker said:

I am following. Are you going to be updating your new blog often. I think i will share it with my friend whose family eats gluten-free. 

http://www.sofiasworld.org/

Hi Tripp and Finn!  I am following you now too!  Here is a link to my website:  www.wicked-wicker.com. I make customized gift baskets.

Jill

I'm unable to get your link to work. Is it just my server?

 

Hi Tripp & Finn Im now your follower

please return the favor

http://kandylandkurls.blogspot.com

@ Jill / Wicked Wicker- Im now your follower as well
@ Sofia Walker- Im following you as well

http://kandylandkurls.blogspot.com
@Kandyce - I'm following you now!

Kandyce Cruz said:
@ Jill / Wicked Wicker- Im now your follower as well
@ Sofia Walker- Im following you as well

http://kandylandkurls.blogspot.com

Happy to follow :)

GFC : http://contestpatti.blogspot.com/

Twitter : @contestpatti

http://www.facebook.com/home.php#!/profile.php?id=100001839845199

 

Thanks - Patti

I am following.  Check out my new blog: http://ctmomreviews.blogspot.com

 

Robin

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