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Love the blog!  I am now following you on Facebook. :) 

It's sweet and delicate and seems to have a lot of good information on it.  I don't have any tiny ones anymore, but it sure does make me want one!  Your little family is so adorable, and it's apparent throughout your site that you are just enjoying sharing your newfound passion with the world.  :)

The only thing I would change - and this may just be my screen - is that some of the text is hard to read because the colors are so light.  Mostly, this relates to the ones in light pink.  The header text that says "Inspirations from My Little Dear to Yours" is a bit difficult as well, and I had to squint and look at my screen from funky angles to be sure I was quoting it correctly. 

That's my only critique!  Other than that, I love it.  :)  Keep up the good work!

Hannah
http://savethebread.com

Thank you Hannah!! I truly appreciate your suggestion!! I will definitely look into it!!

I am now a new "Save The Bread" follower :)

Thank you so much again!!

Melissa

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