Hi all! I have had my blog for about a year now, mostly just random things about day-to-day stuff, but am looking to up my standards and write more often. It would be awesome to have some followers/commenters. I will follow you too! :) Thanks!
http://meplusthree2.blogspot.com/

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Hi Trina,
Your blog is really cute, love the color scheme. I was happy to follow you but I didn't see a follow list on your blog. If it is there let me know and I will follow you.

Joanna

http://parentingachildwithautismourstory.blogspot.com/
Thanks all who are following so far! I was losing motivation not having any one to write "to" This is great!
Thank you so much for pointing that out to me! I must have lost it when I was rearranging it the other day. It is up and running for anyone interested. Thanks again! :) Love yours too, by the way. It will be interesting to read.
I am now following you.

Thanks!
hi followed you already :)

http://superchuboinkboink.blogspot.com
Love your blog. Very humorous. :)
I am following you and hope you will follow me too!

http://itsalwayssomethingaroundhere.blogspot.com/
Thanks! I'm a follower now too. :) I love your box you made...that looks really nice!
Your blog is so sweet! Love the pictures of the kids. I'm following you.

Joscelyn
Mami & The Multiples
www.mamiofmultiples.com
Hi! I just followed your blog...Have a great weekend! http://melissa-mcmommy.blogspot.com/
Thanks! Back at you! :)

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