And I'll follow you!

I need traffic in a bad, bad way. Can anyone help me out?
(I can follow and comment.)

Thanks!!
Lisa at "All That and a Box of Rocks'
www.lisaschaffer.blogspot.com

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following you! mines Whole Lotta Mama
Whoa....six kids 9 and under?? You are a whole lotta Mama! lol I am the mom of six, too, but they are spaced waaayyyy out, from 18 down to 3. :o)

Thanks for posting~
Lisa
Hey Lisa, just followed your blog! Please follow mine :)
www.whatswrongwithmommy.blogspot.com
Hey,

Thanks so much!! I'm heading to your blog right now.

Thanks for posting~
Lisa
Following you, Lisa! Great blog. I am a homeschooler too! Thanks for sharing your blog.

Please return the follow if you can!

http://www.organicmotherhoodwithcoolwhip.com/

Naomi
Naomi~
I'd love to hear how you came up with your blog name. I love it!

I'm following you now. Sorry for the delay. My DSL has been acting up!

Lisa
I love your blog!!! I'm following!!!

This is Blessing following from MBC. Lets get to know each other.

Follow me at www.safehomehappymom.com too!
I like your blog. I'm now following. Please check out my blog as well: http://mommyisgreen.blogspot.com/

Thanks,

Victoria
So sorry it took so long to reply! My DSL has been giving me fits....

Love the green blog and can't wait to see more~ (following now)
Lisa
No problem!
Madison {www.LifeHappensDuringNaptime.com}
Your little "Moose" is adorable!
Thanks for sharing your link~
Lisa
I am following you now...cute blog!

Amy at http://www.harvestfortomorrow.blogspot.com

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