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And make sure you follow all other members to keep things fair!

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Looking forward to hitting 500, as well as adding some new blogs!

 

my URL: http://www.siren.org

My blog is nutrimommy and I would love followers.  and am happy to follow you back...

Help me get to 500 followers; - I will follow back if you request me to.

www.madebyjacqueline.blogspot.com

 

Blog Summary: Handmade Cards, Scrapbooking, Paper Crafts - I post photos, giveaways and more!

Okay - so now I'm off to check out the other blogs posted here -

 

Jacqueline

Blog: http://www.madebyjacqueline.blogspot.com

http://mark-it-with-a-b.blogspot.com

http://live-whole-food.blogspot.com

 

Thanks!!

Please leave a comment with your link so I can be sure to follow you back - it may take a few days but I will.

Robin

Texas Type A Mom

 

Would love more followers - working on following all of y'all! 

Follow me & i shall follow back for sure:

http://www.soniakathuria2010.blogspot.com/

Looking forward to meeting new bloggers! Frugal, Green and Book Nerding Mom of a Shaken Baby Survivor

I love this group! Such fun. Here is my url

 

http://henryhappened.blogspot.com/

 

Thanks for stopping by - I always follow back!

Looking to read some fun new blogs and meet new mom bloggers too! 

Swanky Baby - swankybaby.net

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