I like to read blogs but, honestly, I don't want to read just any blog.  I want to read about people with whom I actually have something in common!  I am a happy housewife who is all about taking care of my family and home.  I write abiout cooking and cleaning and fashion... but no baby talk!  If you have a similar blog, I would love to check it out!  I figure, if you like my blog enough to follow, there is a good chance I'm going to like yours too!  :-)

 

www.housewifeinhighheels.com

www.inthekitchenwithholly.com

www.thetipsycook.com

 

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great blog - newest follower: www.sevencherubs.com
I suppose we can check each other out and see if it's a match. I am at "The Woman Formerly Known as Beautiful" at

I am following your blog 

http://showmemama.com

 

I'm going to check you out.

 

I'm at TheBusyChick.com. My interest vary, so why shouldn't my blog? I'm talking about everything from lifestyle tips to shortcuts, beauty and beyond.

I am a mom blogger. Initially I wanted to blog about spiritual and physical fitness. I mostly write about relationships, and things we go through personally. Its mostly random though. Check it out! Ill do the same!

I am officially following!

 

http://byrdyseyeview.blogspot.com

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