If you have the stumble icon on your sidebar or at the bottom of your post, please put a link to your page in the comments to this discussion and I'll form a list so we can go about this stumbling business more efficiently.

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That's a great idea Amy :)

I have a stumble icon near the bottom of each post -
www.epdesigns.com.au/blog
I have the stumble button on the bottom of each of my post

'Manda Blogs About...
Great idea Amy, all three of my blogs have a bookmark or share with stumble button at the bottom of each post:

justtherightspice.com
melodythacker.com
lovehomemaking.com

I look forward to giving everyone so more stumble love.

Take care,
Melody
http://su.pr/
I have been stumbled other people from this group but no one has stumbled me. I wish some one would stumble me.
Hi Healthy Mom... your link doesn't seem to be going to your site?
I have the Stumble icon at the end of each post and at the top right sidebar. If you stumble a post, please leave a message in the comments and I will reciprocate! Thanks!

Maneuvering Motherhood
What a great idea! My "Thumb This Up" Stumble icon is on my sidebar under "Blog Communities"

http://www.beamingbalance.com
I have the stumble icon at the bottom of each post.

http://www.unexpectedbliss.com/
I've just joined you ladies. I just got the icon on the bottom of each of my front page posts. Please stumble! I will stumble those of you on this list right now. Thanks!

http://www.mamaswormcomposting.com
How do I get the icon onto my page. Am new to all this.

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