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Launching Tomorrow - help me not look lame! (I'll follow you back and be your best friend :))

Hi ladies,

 

I'm officially launching my site www.modernparentsmessykids.com tomorrow and don't want my non-blogging friends and family to think I'm lame when they see I have 5 followers!  Please show some fellow-blogger love and follow me.  You'll get some good karma to start out 2011 plus I follow back and often comment too - just leave me a response here.  Thanks!!!

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Patti - me sentiments exactly :) Following you and left you a comment

Hi 

I'm following you too :)

Visit my blog http://www.everydayfishphil.com

I'am following you on twitter too
Thanks, followed you back :)
Following now, cute site!

Hi Alaina,

 

Just followed you back and left a comment - love your little graphic at the top and the overall clean feel of your site.

Following, looking forward to continuing to read! I'm at {Not Quite} Susie Homemaker; I'm also launching a new site this week called Get Free a Day. Thanks!

Shell

gotcha and good luck with the new site!
I'm following you on GFC, Twitter and Facebook :)
Thanks for all the love Stacey - I'm a follower on your site and twitter and left you a comment :)

I'm following you.  Also, if you have a chance, check out my new blog: http://ctmomreviews.blogspot.com/.

 

Thanks,

 

Robin

Gotcha and good luck with the new venture!

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