"I am a single mom blogger. Im a single mom have been for 12 years but chose not to let the word single hold me down. Check out my blog @ Angels of Inspiration I have paired up with a special friend of mine and together we are creating a series…"
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"Sarah,,,, I'm confused. What followers list? Should I post one? I am more than glad to do this. Can you help me out? Thanks! I just thought I would "subscribe" to others listed on this and follow their blogs.
Comment Club inspired, this club consists of following (not twitter) but those who have the "follow this blog" button or "subscribe to" on their blog. By joining, you agree to subscribe or follow every members blog. For those who want followers!See More
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* Why you chose that topic to blog about:I chose to write about single motherdom and being the Only Active Parent (O.A.P.) I call it. Not only am I a single parent. I'm the ONLY parent. This…"
Hi all! I just joined this club last week and am getting my bearings around this website. So much information and activity, it's almost overload!I have a problem.After much consideration and deliberation last year, when I started my single mom blog, I came up with a name that i just recently discovered (yesterday as a matter of fact) is closely named to a very popular single mother blog .....sigh.Please visit, and after looking it over…See More
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