Looking for blogs to follow that might make me laugh...

Love moms who are self-deprecating, witty, and funny.  Also like blogs about real life and its ups and downs. 

I'm a writer, and sort of new to blogging.  I'd love some feedback on my blog too.

Stefanie

http://weddedblisster.blogspot.com/

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Love it!  I just followed you via GFC and added your link to my blogs page on my site.  I use my blog to create humor out of the chaos that is Mommyhood. I did similar blogs for the wedding planning and the pregnancy.  My info is below.  Are you on twitter?

 

blog: http://chiefmommyofficer.laurdoone.com

twitter: http://twitter.com/laurdoone

facebook: http://www.facebook.com/pages/LaurDoone/106475759435459

 

Following you back-

twitter:http//twitter.com/wedderBlisster7

 


Lauren Blackford (LaurDoone) said:

Love it!  I just followed you via GFC and added your link to my blogs page on my site.  I use my blog to create humor out of the chaos that is Mommyhood. I did similar blogs for the wedding planning and the pregnancy.  My info is below.  Are you on twitter?

 

blog: http://chiefmommyofficer.laurdoone.com

twitter: http://twitter.com/laurdoone

facebook: http://www.facebook.com/pages/LaurDoone/106475759435459

 

Looked, Laughed, Loved! Now following! Please visit and follow back: http://www.themurphys678.blogspot.com/.

 

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