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My blog is http://careysgang.blogspot.com/"
I am an LDS mom of 7, ages 26 to 6. I also have 5 grandbabies!
I love talking with other moms about all phases of motherhood! Because I have been there, and I am still there! So stop by by blog and say hello!"
"Hey all out there - I have a question. What is the difference between following a blog and subscribing to it? I noticed on the sidebar here the Under 100 Followers Club - No Subscribers Please. Clue me in, someone?"
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Our family began July 9, 1982, the day we were married in the LDS Seattle, WA temple. Now 7 children and almost 5 grandchildren later, where did the time go? Life has been sweet, with many more good times than bad. We sure have great kids and are so proud of our grandkids! They are so adorable, and it is fun watching our family continue to grow...
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Never embarass your family in a way they'll never forgive :~D
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