Hi Everyone,

I started my site back in February, but only recently began attempting to gain more visibility. I would love more visitors. Please go to my site, Boy Crazy (www.boycrazymom.com).

I also would love to read some new blogs- Anyone want to share?

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It was nice to read a blog by a fellow teacher. I am new to this blogging stuff too. Check out mine at http://susancahpmanfobes.blogspot.com. I focus on family topics.
Hi I clicked on your link but it didn't work- can you resend it?
Oops. I spelled my site wrong. (Bad typist!) My blog is http://susanchapmanfobes.blogspot.com. Thanks for trying to check it out.
I'll check you out,

Here's mine
http://mommyhastowork.blogspot.com/
I will be sure to follow your blog!

Here is a link to mine!
I love your blog, very cute!

I signed up for your contest and am now following you

http://mommyhastowork.blogspot.com/
I will be sure to follow your blog!

Here is a link to mine!
I'm following, such a cute blog! I have a little boy too! my blog is www.savingmomsmoney.com I'd love to have you follow me too!
thanks- I'll stop by now. boys are an adventure, huh?
Hi Melissa,

I tried to post a comment on your blog but it won't let me type in the word verification; the comment window won't scroll down.

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I would love to read some new blogs and share my own - I'll go through the list shortly. I'm:

http://www.ecomeg.com

Thanks!

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