I tried to send you an email and it came back.. I guess I messed it up... all I was wondering is if you could add my new blog Chrissy's World Of Books to the list also.... my main blog is already up their but I don't want my…"
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I have found the love of my life and together we have 5 children, my youngest is pictured with me. Their Age's range from 15 years to 1 year old. 2 Ferrets, 3 Dogs (Golden Retriever, Fox Terrier & We just got a new Golden Retriever Puppy this week),1 hamster that I'm not real happy about having. Kids what are you going to do with them lol. I bet you never have heard *Mom I promise I will take care of it all on my own.* yea right "mom has a hambster" lol I love my family. Being a Mom is the best job in the world.
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