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At 9:57am on June 22, 2013, Lea said…

Work At Home Mom, WAHM, Mom Blogger

I am stopping by to say "hello" :)
I haven't been here in a while.
I welcome your friendship :)


Lea @ Mother Baby Child & Weight Loss Help


At 10:53pm on June 28, 2012, ISI CURIEL said…

Thanks for the follow :)

At 10:39pm on June 28, 2012, ISI CURIEL said…

Thanks so much for the support. Feel free to check out my blog :)

At 10:33pm on June 28, 2012, Stephanie Fisher said…

Thanks for the welcome. 

At 10:49am on June 27, 2012, Learner Homemaker said…

Thanks for the lovely welcome. Love your blog!!

At 9:52am on June 27, 2012, jennifer fay said…

very nice blog.  I'm following now.

http;//jennyjofaypaperdolls.blogspot.com/

At 6:57am on June 27, 2012, Tanya Schroeder said…

Ha!  There are so many things I swore as a kid I would never do to my own, love that posts.  Speaks to me!  Great blog!

At 6:47am on June 27, 2012, Louise Draper said…

Hi Marla,

I've found it really useful looking over your site.  I've only been blogging for about two weeks and think I have a way to go.  It's great to see how more established blogmoms have made their sites interesting and user friendly.

I would be delighted if you would critique my site at ;

www.bingeeatingmum.org.uk/blog.html

Any comments positive or negative are appreciated to help me improve my layout, style etc.

Many thanks,

LouLou

At 3:24am on June 27, 2012, Chris Lappin said…

Hi Maria - thank you for the warm welcome.

Your site looks fab & I love your things we said we'd never do post!! My kids are 13 & 16 (today!) so I'm not your target market but I'll def pass on yr site to people with babies & toddlers - my niece has a 2 week old baby so I'll pass it on to her.

I'm at www.improvehowyouworkfromhome.com & would love you to join. Any tips for how to make the best use of this site & connect with other bloggers? 

At 3:50pm on June 20, 2012, Kajol said…
Hi Marla,

It is nice meeting you. This is my blog "http://cutekidsclothingatsnazzyswap.blogspot.com/"
At 9:42am on June 19, 2012, Ursula Tara Davis said…

Hello,

Thank you for the welcome...looking forward to the fellowship.

Ursula

At 10:52pm on June 18, 2012, Cynthia White said…

Enjoyed your site.  I have 23 month old twins, a boy and a girl, and a 9 month old singIeton.  I still get Nameberry sent to me every day.  I loved coming up with names for the babies.  I am following.  Take a peek at http://thethingsyoucanread.blogspot.com and consider following back.  Thanks for the welcome message.  

At 12:26am on June 16, 2012, Dana Potgieter said…

Hey Marla!! Thanks I will!! 

At 11:48pm on May 30, 2012, Denise Russell said…

Cool blog! I just joined it! How about you join mine at www.piecedbrain.com? :-)

At 10:26am on May 23, 2012, Maureen O'Neill said…

Hi Marla! Thanks for the welcome. You're like that first kid that walks up to a new kid at school to say: 'hey'.

At 3:16pm on May 22, 2012, Jaclyn Stewart Young said…

Thanks so much for the msg Marla! I love your blog ♥

At 12:01pm on May 22, 2012, Colette Zabo said…

Thanks, Marla. Let me know if you try the recipe. Love your blog, too. Following it...

At 2:39am on May 20, 2012, Andrea Trinidad Echavez said…

Thank you, Marla!

At 9:49am on May 19, 2012, Sylvanna Zurbrick said…

Thank you Marla! 

At 6:32pm on May 18, 2012, Colette Zabo said…

Thanks, Marla. What a cute name for a blog. I'll check it out! Thanks, Colette

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