Hi Everybody! I am fairly new to blogging, so far have just been blogging for family and friends.  I want to expand though!

I am a new mom and newly single! My daughter was born in June 2012, on my fourth wedding anniversary, and two weeks later my husband told me he wanted a divorce.  I started a blog instead of a baby book.  It is called Life with Charlotte! Any tips, tricks and new followers would be greatly appreciated for this new mom blogger :)

www.charlottejunew.blogspot.com

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I am coming over to visit your blog.

Hi there! I am paying a visit to your blog :)

Jessica

http://thewonderingbrain.blogspot.com

Hi! I just checked out your blog. I think you're doing a great job. I enjoyed reading what you had to say, and your photos of your daughter are absolutely adorable! :)

http://pennypinchingpeach.com

I just signed up for MomBloggersClub as well, but I've been blogging a while. I'll visit you after this comment :)

Hello,

My, I'm sorry to hear your misfortune.  

I'm brand new to blogging and new to this club as well.  I'll check out your blog now.

Would love advice from all the experienced bloggers-feel like I'm lost floating in cyber space.

http://berlinbythebay.com/

Wow.  What a time in your life.  And I love that you said "I started a blog instead of a baby book".  That's pretty much a blog title right there :->  I'm going to visit your blog right now!

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