Sorry I didn't see your message on my wall. A great way to increase your followers is to join blog hops. I have a couple of them listed on my site http://pacifierspumpstheworld.com/. You can also google blog hops to find some more. Plus the groups you have already joined here should get you on your way to 300 followers. It does take time and effort but its worth it.
Hi DJ ~ I am now following your blog! I've been to Vegas only a couple times, but really love it. We prior to kids... Good luck with getting your 300 followers! :-)
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love your blog and although I've only been to Vegas once and have no idea when I will be able to re-visit it's great reading about it. I am now following you so please take a look at my blog and do the same www.competitivemum.blogspot.com
I am looking forward to traveling in the future. My children will be older and I will be more comfortable letting them stay with family. When that time comes, I will be checking out your recommendations. http://cleverlychanging.com/
I really enjoyed your comment, I love Vegas but the last time I was there I was with my then 6 year old daughter and was amazed at how much the strip had changed. I would love to go back, but it is so hard to know where to go when you don't know anyone there and what to do, (other than the strip) I am sure their are safe and fun sites to see with a young girl where you don't have to worry about her seeing things you would rather her not. I would love to let her pull a few slots and see some shows. I will keep you in mind next time we head that way. By the way we love In'n'Out
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