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If you follow my blog I'll follow yours. I try to leave at least one comment per day on all the blogs I follow. Feel free to check out my blog and follow me.

http://myconfessionsasafirsttimemom.blogspot.com/

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I followed you. Cute blog!

www.cuteclipsandmore.blogspot.com
checked out your site. Liked what I saw so far. Became a follower and subscriber.

http://www.newyorkcitysinglemom.com
I just followed you. I love your comics from Wordless Wed this past week!

http://3little1.blogspot.com/
hi i am following you would love for you to do the same for me, I like your blog great name thanks melissa bloggin2noggin.blogspot.com
Cut blog...I just became a follower. ; )

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I will follow you! I try to comment on all I follow.
http://supermommytotherescue.com
I'm following you all now. Thank you so much. SuperMommy (Stacie) I couldn't find your follow widget anywhere! I have your blog bookmarked right now instead. If you add the widget I will follow you for sure :)
I am following you! I love your site and I love that we are in the same shoes....I am a 25 SAHM with a 2 month old. I look forward to getting to know you!

Here are my sites:
www.lilhiccups.com
www.dustysbarks.blogspot.com
following :)
Heyyy great! We can give each other support and advice. Welcome to the mommy club!
I just posted a comment on yours. here is my blog.. Lucky June. Just click on it and it will take you there, thanks :)

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