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I'd adore you (and follow you back) if you'd follow my blog!

www.lifehappensduringnaptime.com

I am a cloth diapering, babywearing mommy of two (well, 1 1/2, we are expecting #2 in May!) Check out my blog to see what I'm all about.

I'd LOVE some new followers on my blog! I also have some giveaways currently posted if anyone would like to enter those.

Leave me a comment here or on my blog with your URL and I will very happily return the favor!

Thanks =)

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Following you! And congrats with baby 2!

Amy at http://www.harvestfortomorrow.blogspot.com
Thanks! Following you back!
Following! Here's my url-- www.luvsjurn3.blogspot.com
I just stopped by your blog and now I am following you. I'd love for you to stop by my blog too:
http://dealightfullyfrugal.blogspot.com/
Gotcha both =)
I'm following. Please follow back at mommylicious.net.

Thanks.
Hi Madison,

I just became a follower of your blog (awesome blog:-) I also left you a comment... I would love it if you would become a follower of my blog http://www.parentstlc.com
Thanks!
Following your blog! I love all that crunchy babywearing stuff too! Your blog rocks. Loving it. Here's mine:

http://www.organicmotherhoodwithcoolwhip.com/

Have a great Thanksgiving next week.

Naomi
Following!
Here's my blog
Gotcha both, thanks!
You got yourself another follower! Love your blog image with the baby feet - so sweet. I'm just getting going in this here blogging world and am trying to get some followers so I'd love for you to check my Monkey Beanz blog out and follow. My husband is Thai so I know all about the mix and match of languages too. My blog post yesterday was actually an ode to my Thai hubby - you might appreciate it!

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