I've found some really great blogs here and would love to find some more to read and follow!  Leave your info here so I can check you out!

And I would love for you to visit me @ http://sofiasideas.com/
Follow me, let me know you found me through MBC 200 Club, I'll be sure to reciprocate!

Looking forward to it!

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Looking for more mommy friends that are willing to share comments and post discussions!  Visit me at my new site. www.heather-riggleman.com!
My blog is super simple. It is dedicated to infant stimulation activities. I follow everyone back! www.babysmartees.blogspot.com

I have added  a handful of you, I like to read a bit before adding :) Ill try to get to everyone else this week.

 

 

You can check my random babbling out at http://www.slidingdowntheslipperyslopes.blogspot.com/

I hope you'll check mine out.  It's about a variety of subjects and I'm just starting out.  http://reenasramble.com/

I write breaking news reports based on our daily household life. It is a fun blog and the posts are short and sweet.   I would love another follower! 

http://megduncan207.wordpress.com/

I will gladly follow yours!

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