Hey there! I am a bit overwhelmed but working my way through! Thank you for the information I am digesting all of it! I am "following" your blog now! I hope that you will too! I am trying to start a jewelry business! Check it out!
Thanks for the welcome! I am new to the mommy blogging thing but am so excited about starting to share my wonderful, crazy experiences with other moms! I can't wait to check out your site (which I am going to right now)! Feel free to follow mine as well - www.myadventureinmommyhood.blogspot.com - and let me know if you have any critiques as this is new to me! Look forward to getting to know you better in the future!
Hi, thanks for the welcome message! I followed your blog, it seems very interesting. mine is www.aaronandsheri.wordpress.com, and I would love to be in your blog directory. Do I need to do anything to be in it?
Thanks for the warm welcome. I'm following you via GFC and put your button on my site. I'd like to be listed in your blog directory. Thanks for the opportunity!
The Centsational Saver is a blog written by a former HR professional with an MBA who chose to stay at home after her 5th child was born. A blended family of eight surviving on one salary, this blog illustrates ways your family can do the same by using coupons and other savings strategies to stretch your family's budget. Here you'll find information about couponing, great deals, freebies contests, family and married life.
Hi DP, Thanks for the welcome message! I just "followed" your blog, but I can't figure out how to (politely) ask if you'd like to follow back! I'm new to blogging. Here's my blog: www.play101blog.blogspot.com Thanks for the help, and your site looks great!
I SIGNED UP TO FOLLOW YOUR BLOG AND WOULD LOVE IT IF YOU COULD DO SO ON MINE TOO. I JUST STARTED MINE AND AM STILL TWEEKING IT ALOT SO ANY ADVICE YOU MAY HAVE WOULD BE WELCOMED. THANK YOU. HERE'S A LINK TO MY BLOG:
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