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I am new to Mom Blogging but have been blogging personally for about three years.  An unplanned pregnancy pretty much pushed me in the the mommy blogging realm.  My Blog is called Moms Don't Say That! (www.momsdontsaythat.com)  I blog about my pregnancy and life in general.  I am sarcastic, humorous and not always PC.  Would love to connect with others and will gladly follow back and help share your content.

Alicia

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followed :)

myfourlittles.blogspot.com

facebook.com/myfourlittles

twitter.com/myfourlittles

pinterest.com/myfourlittles

Following!

now following all

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now following

Hi Alicia, looking forward to connecting with you.  My blog is http://befabyoulous.com, and pretty much it's just a lifestyle blog.  Whatever is happening at that time, I will blog about it.  I'm on twitter, at http://www.twitter.com/befabyoulous and have a fan page on Facebook.  http://www.facebook.com/bfabyoulous.

Let's connect!!

Stay fabYOUlous!!

Rachel

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I think I'm following.....

follow back at http://shakinitupmama.blogspot.ca/

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Alicia,

I loved your post about the trip to Babies R Us.  It was so cute and very, very funny!  I am really looking forward to reading more from you.

Please follow me as well:  www.windycityleanandgreen.com and www.greenofficemom.blogspot.com.

Thank you Penny.  I am now following you as well

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