Looking for other mommy bloggers to follow! Moms with multiples?!

Hello! I'm a young mother from Florida with 17 month old twins and  I'm looking to find more mothers out there to follow! I've only been blogging for a year, and I've learned so much about parenting and writing from the blogs I already follow, I would really like to follow more.

My blog is about my journey with twins, and I could use a few followers if anyone genuinely liked my blog!

If you have a blog about motherhood, or even multiples would be nice! I'm always looking for tips on how to make like easier with multiples!

Please leave a link to you blog!


( I'm also new to this site, as of today, so any pointers on this site I would gladly take!)

-Melissa Juliet
Www.MePlusYouAndTWO.com

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oh my darlin & i

love for you to stop by! 

-Brittany 

Hi Melissa

I am following your blog....Can you plz follow both of mine

Style Up Your Life

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thanks in advance

{blogged} Candles and Heartshttp://www.henatayeb.blogspot.com/2013/02/candles-and-hearts.html mommy of one 2.5 year old

www.hennablossom.com (<-- my blog)

I'm Henna, a new blogger as well. My blog is my take on life in Chicago as a mom, design lover, occasional crafter, aspiring photographer and making it through my wanderluuuust!

also looking to find other local bloggers to connect with.

good for you with multiples! respect! I have one who keeps me busy :)

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