I like pink, but over the light yellow background the pink is hard to see, I would make that darker. Actually I think the dark orange of the flower petals would look nice.
The meme's you are participating in is a good way to get…"
"Hi Jamie! Just visited your blog and became a follower. I don't think that not linking to other blogger is boring! I actually like better to read different lives stories, personal ones, about random daily things... I blog mostly about my baby…"
"I think your blog is quite cute! I love the Mommy Timeout challenges!
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All she asks is that you give her credit. I just added her button to my…"
http://www.pearsonpress.blogspot.com/I've been blogging for just over a year, but really only been regular at it for the last 4-5 months. I find that my comments usually only come on days that I link with other bloggers doing things like A Thousand Words Thursday, Friday Fragments, and Random Tuesday Thoughts.Any ideas? Am I just boring when I don't use those features? Thanks for any help!See More
"I've been using the Networked Blogs feature for a few months, a fellow blogger friend on FB invited me. I have the widget on the blog as well.
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