I just updated my blog and I would like to know what others think.  I value your input and suggestions.  Thanks in advance, http//CleverlyChanging.com

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I think your blog is great. You have a lot of helpful tips and i enjoyed reading your blog. Do you have pics of you little angels. Girl, i could talk all day about my babies and my hubby.
Thanks for visiting my blog, I feel very blessed. I do have pictures of the girls and our family. However, in the recent pictures of us at least one child is not looking at the camera and the others are when they are babies. In my birth story I put their birth photos, but most of the others are candidate shots were they are not looking at the camera. I will be putting up some recent photos within the next few weeks because we are going to have some shots taken of of our family. I am crossing my fingers that both girls will be ready to take pictures. Thanks for your insight. It is much appreciated!


LaTersa Blakely said:
I think your blog is great. You have a lot of helpful tips and i enjoyed reading your blog. Do you have pics of you little angels. Girl, i could talk all day about my babies and my hubby.

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