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At 3:37pm on February 22, 2010, shelley k said…
welcome to the club! stop by and "holla" if you get the chance!
smiles,
shelley
http://iamstillstandingafterallthistime.blogspot.com
At 5:47pm on February 16, 2010, Maopa Lutui said…
Hi Michelle..lol..join the club:) You have a cute blog:) I understand what you're saying, some mom's schedule it.. I've been doing that for a month and it's working out for me.
Check out The Product Review Place to start getting pitches from PR groups..and followers:) joining the follow meme's helps as well.
At 5:10pm on February 16, 2010, Michell Kaul said…
I'm trying to be a great blogger...But my dreams of blogging everyday are dying:( I have too much guilt being on the computer when I have a dirty house and a 5 month old baby that needs cuddle time...How to balance it all?????
At 12:08am on February 15, 2010, The Redhead Riter said…


Let's "add" each other as "friends" and then come over to http://bit.ly/diE0QB with The Redhead Riter and have a great time networking with lots of moms!
Have a FANTASTIC week!
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At 6:30pm on February 14, 2010, Tia said…
Welcome to the club Michell!!

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