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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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Great idea!

Here is my site:

http://ifevolutionworks.com
I went and followed you. Keep up the great work! You can follow me here if you'd like!
Thanks everyone. I'm caught up and following everyone who has replied so far. Looking forward to reading your blogs!
Great blog and yes I am following you. Here is my link:

http://onlinecounselingandeverydaylife.com

I will be checking some of the other ones posted here.
Isabel
I would love to join in. My blog is http://toddlercraft.net I am having a big art contest and giveaway right now too!! Come enter.
Ah tis for Blogger people eh? Cause of google friend follow...I feel so left out. LOL
you can add google friend to other sites, it walks you through how to set it up.
I am a new mommy blogger as well. My blog is: Junior Bed Mom. I will follow you!

http://juniorbedstore.com
i will now be following too
The last three people who have replied... I would like to return your follow. Sarah- I couldn't find your follow widget on the site. I'll bookmark it for now. JoEll I couldn't find a link to your blog. Vhiel- Your link is broken. Let me know if you fix it I'll follow. Thanks so much to everyone!
Very cute blog! I added you to my reader feed!

http://littlepeachlings.wordpress.com/
I follow you I'm a SAHM of a 2 year old and another on the way.

http://chaotickristy.blogspot.com/

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