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Hello!  I'm new to MBC, but I've been blogging for a little over one year.  I blog about cooking, crafts, thrifting, every day life, family and my child.  I want to be more active with my blog and I need followers.  I follow back, but please leave me a comment and let me know.   Thanks!

 

Lumpkin and Me

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following you... will you follow me too?

 

Chrissy

www.detaryphotoproject.blogspot.com

 

Sure!  Thanks!

Chrissy Detary said:

following you... will you follow me too?

 

Chrissy

www.detaryphotoproject.blogspot.com

 

Hi there! I'm a work-at-home mom, and we've been blogging for about the same amount of time. I have started following your blog, and I love it. I post recipes, too! I hope you can check out my blog sometime and follow me back as well. 

 

Happy blogging!

 

Martine

http://daintymom.blogspot.com

Thank you!  I follow your blog now too.  I found your work at home articles very helpful.  I'm going back to look at your recipes too.

martinecdeluna said:

Hi there! I'm a work-at-home mom, and we've been blogging for about the same amount of time. I have started following your blog, and I love it. I post recipes, too! I hope you can check out my blog sometime and follow me back as well. 

 

Happy blogging!

 

Martine

http://daintymom.blogspot.com

Following! Your daughter is beautiful!!! Love your crafts! Come visit me and follow back!

 

http://www.themurphys678.blogspot.com/

-Melissa

You got it! I am a follower!

melomomma.blogspot.com

 

MeloMomma

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