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I've found some really great blogs here and would love to find some more to read and follow!  Leave your info here so I can check you out!

And I would love for you to visit me @ http://sofiasideas.com/
Follow me, let me know you found me through MBC 200 Club, I'll be sure to reciprocate!

Looking forward to it!

Sofia's Ideas
http://sofiasideas.com/
http://twitter.com/SofiasIdeas

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Check out my cake blog: The Cake-at-Home Mom

I'm following you now.
Hey! Thanks so much! I just stopped by your blog too. its really pretty. And congrats on having prize-winning cupcakes! :)

Leilani said:
Check out my cake blog: The Cake-at-Home Mom

I'm following you now.
Hey Jessica! I'm going to check you out now! :)

Jessica Blankenship said:
Thanks! I'm doing the same!

Jaime Tischler said:
I'm a follower too!

Carrie Ann Woodard said:
Love your blog! You can follow mine too if you'd like:

http://armybootsandbrats.blogspot.com/

-Carrie Ann ♥
You may check out my blog/content site at www.womencopingwell.com.

I will be back later this weekend to check out your blog!!!
You can visit me at http://baybeeluv.blogspot.com
On my way to check out your blog now!

I have three:

www.housewifeinhighheels.com

www.inthekitchenwithholly.com

www.thetipsycook.com

I'm an active commenter and always looking for new blogs to read!
Hi,

Will check out your blog. Mine is http://www.babyfeva.com/blog

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