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I'm a semi-new mom blogger. I'm a 25yr old SAHM to a 5 year old and I am expecting my 2nd in August 2010! My blog is about my journey through my pregnancy and just about motherhood in general! I would love new followers and new friends in the blog world!
I always follow back as well.

http://doubledutymommy19.blogspot.com/

thank you!

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I am following now. :) Follow back at http://jotgiveaways.blogspot.com
I'm following you now! I'm at: http://www.busyworkingmama.blogspot.com/
I love your blog. I will keep up with your blog and look forward to reading about baby number 2!
http://reflectionsofanavywife.blogspot.com/
You have a wonderful blog! I am now following you. I can't wait to sit down and fully read your blog. Congrats on baby #2! Here is a link to my blog: http://www.mibargainmom.blogspot.com/
Very cute blog! I have a 5 year old daughter as well. I'm following you

My blog: http://nomieecoware.blogspot.com
following you now...hope you can also follow back...http://workingmotha.blogspot.com/
Hi Jennifer

Congrats on the new one coming! I've followed and hopefully you enjoy reading the skin care tips and articles I put up as well. :)

http://lisabenestmd.blogspot.com/
Following! Check my blog out if you get a chance :)

http://mysimplychaoticlife.blogspot.com/

Kayla
Hi! I'm following you now. Hope you will follow me.

Paula@One Mom's Corner of the World
Following you ;-)

Please follow me back at

www.thewhitewhimsies.blogspot.com

www.twitter.com/Marci835

Thanks!

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