**UPDATE**  Looks like I should have left the URL for my blog. My profile had a typo in it.  I am at http://montanamarynotmartha.blogspot.com/

 

I am looking for some mom's who might enjoy my blog titled Reading, Writing, Raisin' Boys.  My blog is about raising four boys in Montana, the challenges,the adventures, the fun stuff, goofy thoughts that parenting creates and books, reading with kids, meeting authors and gushing over their work.

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Hi! I am a new follower

Please stop by my blog when you have a chance

Kari @ http://shining2save.com
Following you :-)

Please follow me back at

www.thewhitewhimsies.blogspot.com

www.twitter.com/Marci835

Thanks!
Hi Marci! Saw you in my "followers" - Welcome! I'll check out your blog too. It might take me a day or two. I'm bogged down with schoolwork. Thanks for hanging out at Reading, Writing, Raisin' Boys!

Marci White said:
Following you :-)

Please follow me back at

www.thewhitewhimsies.blogspot.com

www.twitter.com/Marci835

Thanks!

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