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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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Hi,

I posted comment on your blog. Very interesting blog. I have a little boy too and I think they're so low maintenance... : )

mommylicious.net
Going to check you out. I'm a newbie to the blog scene so please check me out and follow me too!
I'll follow you if you follow me.

www.savvymoxie.com

thanks!
I have a work at home/giveaway/freebie blog. Here's mine:

http://mommygaga.blogspot.com
Hi now following! You can check me out at www.mommywords.com!
Thanks! I love your design logo!! and congrats on your pregnancy!
I loved your blog. I sure wish I had the internet and all this info & company when I started with children. Mine is at http://fairdinks.blogspot.com/

Shelle
Thanks! What a great compliment!!
I would love to check you out. I'm at http://supermomplace.com/ I've been doing this since last year when I had my first baby girl. I realize I just can shut up about her now I have 2 I do twice the babbling.
Blogging is great :)
for more visibility you can try link swapping. let me if you want to swap links.
looks nice. I subscribe to your feed. looking forward to read your post.
I will follow your blog, if you follow mine.

http://stayhomeandplay.blogspot.com
I'm following you! And great mind must think a lot because I just did a "terrible horrible no good day" post last week! I thought I was soooooo unique :-)

beforethebabywakes.blogspot.com
looking for followers!

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