Thanks so much for the welcome. Having fun getting to know everyone. Checking out your blog (will follow) as soon as I get this message through. Would love for you to check out mine http://mommybags.blogspot.com would love to have some new followers.
Thanks for the friendship request. I'm relatively new to the world of blogging but I think I'm already following your blog. Like your boys, my hubby and his sister are 8 years apart. I always find that so fascinating to hear childhood stories from each perspective!
I have a friend (and fellow blogger) that just moved to Hong Kong in the middle of launching her really cool website www.galactokidz.com. I got to test out the site before the beta version was launched to the public. As a mom, I am really impressed with the safety features. It also provides informal education and games (some are pretty tough). My monkey likes the graphics and music. I think Jackson is exactly the right age. Elizabeth is giving away free beta memberships so If you want to check it out, you can use this registration code to play for free AS05MBC. If you need more info, or you want to offer free memberships to your followers, let me know.
Thanks Jeanette! Just checked out your blog, cute kids. I love Asheville. Went to school in Boone and have been trying to talk my husband into the NC mountains for years. Anyways, going to check out the blog hop now. Thanks again!
Hi Jeanette! Thanks for the welcome (I just commented & followed your blog)! I will DEFINITELY make sure to "hop" with you - I just started doing that this week, and my followers shot up! I'm in the process of trying to make my blog more user friendly, and prettier. I LOVE the look and organization of your blog! Look forward to interacting more with ya! :)
Thanks, Jeannette, for the warm welcome! Having fun on here already! I'm a copywriter for a company that designs, manufactures and sells baby gifts through resellers and online retail sites. Can't wait to get to know more about everyone's blog!
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