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At 8:16am on February 03, 2010, Rhonda Schrock gave The Redhead Riter a gift
Thanks for the ribbon!
At 8:36am on February 02, 2010, Johanna gave The Redhead Riter a gift
Hi there, It is great to get to know you!
At 3:56pm on February 01, 2010, Sara Stoneham gave The Redhead Riter a gift
Thank you! Your blog's great. Follow me at http://methusulamum.com I'll be your friend for life- it's soooo sad only having 7 followers! xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
At 5:08pm on January 30, 2010, Mom of Many gave The Redhead Riter a gift
At 2:14pm on January 30, 2010, Cindy Orley gave The Redhead Riter a gift
Thanks for the welcome gift. We redheads have to stick together you know! I read your blog when I saw it on Top 100 Mommy bloggers because of your red hair! It is a great blog!
At 11:48am on January 30, 2010, Nancy Santana gave The Redhead Riter a gift
HI! Thanks for the gift!
At 10:50pm on January 29, 2010, One Savvy Mom! gave The Redhead Riter a gift
Thanks! Nice to meet you!
At 5:32pm on January 29, 2010, Tammy Panter gave The Redhead Riter a gift
Thank you....you too!!!
At 11:59am on January 29, 2010, Joanna Brandt gave The Redhead Riter a gift
Thank you! Right back at you!
At 8:21am on January 29, 2010, Jennifer Myers gave The Redhead Riter a gift
Thank You!!!! Have GREAT weekend! Jennifer

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