Hi...New to the Mom Blogger Club. I have a "Save a Life & Simple Reminder" Blog. I want to invite you & family/friends to check it out & if you decide it's something of interest, pass it on. www.mirrornote.com
Welcome to MBC! I look forward to following your blog! Come and visit my blog Mama's Little Chick and say hi. Also come and join my blog network, Mama's Little Nestwork. It is a great way to get your blog noticed and the members are really fantastic! Have a great night!
Welcome to The Club. I just joined recently as well. I hope we can connect and you'll check out my blog. www.touttoday.com
I'm passionate about health, motherhood, living green, travel and helpful life tools. My blog is committed to sharing the things I'm most passionate about with the broader community in hopes to help others live the most fulfilling life possible.
Hi! Welcome to MBC. Wishing you the best of luck. I hope you'll check out my blog and follow my blog with Google Friend Connect. (I always follow back! Just leave me a comment with your link!)
I also feature a mom blog directory on my blog, and would love for you to join up and get more traffic to your own site! Feel free to ask me any questions you might have about navigating this site, or about blogging. I love helping and connecting with other bloggers - whether new or experienced.
I look forward to meeting you and reading your blog! :-)
Hi there! Welcome to Mom Bloggers Club. MBC is one of the largest social networks for mom bloggers. It is a place where moms who blog converge to talk about the latest trends in blogging and support each other in their blogging endeavors and a place to make new friends. I review, blog and sell children’s books & gifts. My blog link is http://mymcbooks.wordpress.com. I will be stopping by your blog.
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