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the I Totally Need To Start A Group group

For everyone who joins these cool new groups on mombloggers and says: wow, I totally need to start a group. Maybe you're not sure how. Maybe you don't want the time commitment. Maybe you are intimidated by also needing a logo. This group is for you!

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Latest Activity: Mar 30, 2013

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Started by Erica Mullenix Feb 2, 2010. 0 Replies

What kind of group would you start? I'm thinking something like a skydiving group or hey yeah one for people who eat one thing on their plates at one time. I start with the veggies, head to the…Continue

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Comment by Beth Jenson on June 14, 2010 at 7:11pm
Okay, this group title and logo made me laugh, thank you! ;)~ I would start the "Cake, why are you so awesome" group. or the "Diet Pepsi-oholics Group"

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Comment by Erica Mullenix on February 2, 2010 at 8:29pm
I am thinking of purchasing an in-home brain scanner for my middle kid. His hearing is fine, he is mentally capable of following directions. I have gone straight to brain tumor, so I need to monitor its progress in the comfort of my own home.
Comment by Elizabeth Coplan on February 2, 2010 at 8:25pm
I think I would start a group called "I never met a carbohydrate I didn't like". Or perhaps one for parents with well-behaved children just so I could meet one.
 

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