I love reading blogs. If you do have one and is family-friendly, tell me and I will follow you. You can follow my blog as well at http://olahmomma.blogspot.com

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I love your how-to's! Very creative. We are at www.newlyparents.com if you would like to read about us :)
I enjoyed your blog! I too prefer homemade cleansers and use a recipe similar to yours as a glass cleaner.
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Hi, cute bloggie:) I am now your follower. Have a great day!
Thanks! I wonder what's wrong, I can't open your site?
I got it now. I had fun reading them. Reminded me of my time having our first baby:) I followed your twitter.
Newer to blogging and thought I would share my blog while checking out everyone's very interesting blogs :)

http://shannonscreativeroom.blogspot.com/
What awesome blogs in this thread! I also love homemade cleaners but so far have only done vinegar/water to mop our floors. I'll have to try the Windex alternative!

Here's my blog: http://www.adventuroo.com

I followed everyone here through Twitter and/or Friend Connect... look forward to reading more!

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