Join this group if you are also on Twitter! It would be great to follow a bunch of the moms that are on here through Twitter as well. Don't forget to leave your Twitter username in the comments when you join this group so we can follow each other!See More
"hello, I saw your post on the multiples group. I saw your blog and I like it. I would be glad to follow but I did not see where I could follow you. But then again I am very new to blogging so it is not a button big and flashing infront of me I would…"
"Hi ladies! My name is Erika and I am a single mom to twins, b/g who will be four in Nov. They are the love of my life...my new blog is thelifeofthree.wordpress.com and would love some followers there and here…"
How would you like to find time to do the things that you love instead of spending hours upon hours on routine chores? Well, join this group, hang out and please post your challenges. Also visit My Organized Lifestyle for regularly posted solutions.
My name is Erika and I am a single mom, who has been blogging since 2009, when I first found out I was pregnant with my twins. I have twins who are 3 now, a boy and a girl. They are my world an I love writing about them and our little fun times we have. My blog is http://dctwinsmama.blogspot.com/ and http://www.erika-mom2twins.blogspot.com/ They are both different and the same and I enjoy…See More
hello, I saw your post on the multiples group. I saw your blog and I like it. I would be glad to follow but I did not see where I could follow you. But then again I am very new to blogging so it is not a button big and flashing infront of me I would probably missing it. :)
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