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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Hello Victoria, thanks for the follow, I'm on my way to visit you!
Hello Victoria, I follow your blog....love it!

Lauri
I'm following you… Hoping you'll do the same!

http://farberfam.blogspot.com/
Thanks Julie,

I'm on my way to follow your blog right now!

~Lauri
I'm following!

BTW...CUTE kids....mine are teenagers so they don't like me posting THEIR photos on my blog! Did you knit the little hat and flower? So very cute!

Lauri
Thanks!! :) Ha ha I imagine if she knew I posted pics of her in a tub she wouldn't be thrilled with me. I did not…someone from Etsy crocheted it for me. I'm in love with it.
Hi please follow me, I am going to your site to follow you.


http://jylasthreeofusgiveaway.blogspot.com/
Hello Francisca,

I just went to follow you! Thanks!
~Lauri
Oh ok thanks:)
Hello Sarah,

Cute baby! I'm following you back!

~Lauri
Are we still following? Please follow me too! I'm at www.thebusychick.com.

I'm still pretty new, but my stats are looking good. Just need followers. Thanks and I'll gladly return the favor.

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