Marcie first I have to apologize. You sent me a request back in June when you commented on an article I wrote, "Little Darlin' or Holy Terror", asking permission to post it on your website. I didn't have the comments set to notify me via email and feel terrible. If you're still interested, I'd be honored as long as you reference The Girlz Korner as its source.
Hi Marcie, welcome to MBC. I had visited your blog and had followed your blog http://marciescaringhands.blogspot.com/. It is good you are doing a good job in helping out those who in need of a helping hands.
Hi, Marcie. I was looking for the URL for your blog. I think people are more responsive if there is a readily available link. I clicked on the URL in your reply, and looked at the site a bit. I like the Resources page. As a mom, I place a high value on the wisdom of experienced caregivers. You have a unique perspective, and I recommend that you choose a particular theme per post, perhaps based on questions you have frequently received from parents. Name each post, instead of leaving the default "Post Title" to give readers an idea about the content. And, maybe group the posts into categories. I wish you the best!
Welcome and Hi. Time is precious to us all, I know. But, if you're a petite woman 5'4" and under & would love to read great articles about the best things that come in small packages ~ come on over for a visit and stay a spell ... we'd love to have you.
Hi there and welcome from The Girlz Korner in upstate New York where you'll find light, witty and rather entertaining articles on every topic imaginable from The Little Black Dress to Making Whoopie. So if you get a chance to kick back and exhale, if only for a brief moment ... come on over and see me some time. Don't be too overwhelmed by MBC. The ladies are awesome here and sooo embracing. Hope you enjoy your stay :)
Welcome to MBC! I look forward to following your blog. Come and visit my blog Mama's Little Chick and say hi! Also visit my blog network, Mama's Little Nestwork, and join a great group of bloggers! Have a great day!
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