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All of us are trying to get more followers but I like to follow people that I am going to actually read not just for numbers.  So here is a way for everyone to share what you are blogging about so we can decide who to follow.

My blog is "Boots in the Doorway" (<---clickable) and I am writing about if alcohol should be allowed in the war zone and life as a military wife.

What are you blogging about? Tell us your most interesting topic so we want to stop by and PLEASE post a link so we can find it without going through everyone's profile.  :-)

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My blog "The Motherhood Truth" generally looks at life as a new mother, but I have found that the posts that have been the most popular focus on either humour, current political events or awesome things we have gone and done like our recent hot air ballooning day.
We have just posted up some great Earth Day projects for kids! Check it out, www.sproutreviews.com
My blog is Kimmama.com and I just posted a blog that I think every woman can relate to: MOM HAIR!! lol Check it out and join in on the discussion. :)

http://kimmama.com/2010/04/23/mom-hair/
New post on how to make a smocked summer dress for your little girls! http://sproutreviews.com/2010/04/30/make-a-smocked-summer-dress/

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