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I would love to add to my follower list, follow me and I'll follow you! http://www.knitsandreads.blogspot.com

Thanks!

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I'm following....beautiful baby! Get some sleep girl! I seriously do NOT miss those days. My kids are 18months apart and I did daycare.....I was always too pooped to party!
Thanks! I'm off to follow you!
Cute! I am following you and BTW I love the cat pics, I have an allergy/asthma home and I LOVE cats.

Jo

http://parentingachildwithautismourstory.blogspot.com/
Hello Joanna,

Yes, with allergies and asthma you have to be careful! We have two cats...Wiggles and her papa, his name is Cowboy and he's gigantic!

PS...I follow you, and am going to read through your great blog as soon as I'm done with my 'chores'!
i'm having a hard time sleeping dear! :) my back hurts a lot..hahaha :D
Thanks Tia, I'm following you right back!
We just added ourselves as followers to your super cute blog!

Here's a link to our blog!

http://theivytwines.blogspot.com/
Thanks....I'm following you right back, I can't wait to look over your blog, but my son wants me to teach him his vocabulary right now...we homeschool!

~Lauri
knitsandreads.blogspot.com
Hi Lauri! I'm now following you.

You can check out my blog here -- http://www.mommyisgreen.net/

Thanks,

Victoria

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