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And for followers on my blog.
We can help each other increase traffic. I'm a talker, so I'll definitely leave comments. :o)

Just reply and leave your blog link!
Lisa @ All That and a Box of Rocks
Here's mine: http://www.lisaschaffer.blogspot.com

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I've been to visit and loved seeing the freebies!
Thanks for posting~
Lisa
I just followed your blog! Here's mine: A Nut in a Nutshell
You can subscribe to ParentsResearchCenter Blog.

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We also have a site for parents that helps them find and discover things to do and thing you need for your family.
Great idea for a blog! Thanks for posting~

Lisa
Hey girl you should check out www.kidtogrownup.com
Nice site! Thanks for sharing~
Lisa
i'm following your blog now :)
check out mine! www.supergirl43837allthingsgirly.blogspot.com
Your blog has the perfect name for you! My daughter will love it~
Lisa
Hi! My name is Holly. I would love an 8th follower on my blog. Yeah, 8. I am fairly new to the blogging world. Anyway, I too am a Christian. My husband of 4+ years have one child who is almost 1 year old. I am a substitute teacher. I blog about whatever pops in my head but it's usually about my daughter, Lily.

Anyway, here is my blog if you would like to follow me I would love it!
www.hollyandlily.blogspot.com


Holly
Holly,
Keep blogging and posting on threads like these. You'll have followers in no time!

Thanks for posting~
Lisa
Hi Lisa,
My blog is http://www.momsonlinemoneymakers.com.
Would love another follower--I'm off to follow you right now--
Thanks,
Kathy

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