I'm realatively new to the blogging community and really want to connect to other moms. If you have time and have room for another friend, please add me to your blog roll! I love, like everybody else, comments and almost always leave them! It's what makes it all fun and worthwhile, to me.

So, please hop on over, let me know you were there and start a friendship!

I'm taking a little break to try to figure out what I'm doing, but here's one of my last recent posts.

Capturing that year of firsts.

I'll get back to it soon, but appreciate your feedback.

Tracy

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Comment by Clayton.Thomas on October 23, 2011 at 8:13pm

Wanted to show my support so I finally stopped by and commented. Thanks for being patient with me.  Unfortunately, I can't always get to my new friends as quickly as I would like.  Don't give up on me though.  :)  Best wishes!!!

 

Clayton

Comment by Tricia Wyatt on October 22, 2011 at 9:51pm
Hi, I'm new to this to.. still figureing things out and what not.... let me know what you know and I'll share what I've learned so far too!
Comment by atwood.tracy on October 22, 2011 at 10:33am
*relatively new to blogging... and apparently spelling too. Doh!

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