If any of you want to trade banners, let me and everyone else know right here:)

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I would be interested in trading buttons if that is what you are talking about. I don't have a banner right now.
Yes, Felissa, a Button is fine. Here is the URL to mine... http://i278.photobucket.com/albums/kk98/tris71/thirty-onegifts.png and you can link http://www.mythirtyone.com/trista to it or you can find it @ http://tristas31.blogspot.com/
What or where is yours?
Thanks!
Ok I will try that again you can pick up my button on the right hand side of the page www.twolittlecavaliers.blogspot.com I tried to put the code up but the system here made it into the button anyway.

You can find your button here http://twolittlecavaliers.blogspot.com/p/blog-roll.html
I'm up for this, or even just a 'follow' on my blog (http://littlegreen1.blogspot.com). I'll check our your sites :-) I mainly talk about issues that have affected me throughout pregnancy and things that come up in everyday life with my toddler. Sometimes brutally honest but always injected with a sense of humour. On Facebook and Twitter, too.
Felissa, I put your button on my more popular blog... http://www.mythriftybarn.blogspot.com
j, I am following your blog and I added your button:)
j I am following you and have your button here http://twolittlecavaliers.blogspot.com/p/blog-roll.html

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