Thanks for welcoming me! I enjoyed reading some of your blog and followed it. I look forward to reading more. http://tamingmyhunger.blogspot.com/ I hope you have a chance to read and follow my blog! Thanks so much!
Thanks for your welcome! I am enjoying my time on this network site and it has been fruitful thus far. I hope that we could connect and share our experiences with each other. I have been blogging since December 2010 and enjoying the ride. I am going to visit and follow your site and look forward to reading more posts from you.
I'm glad to find so many other like minded moms here on MBC, and I'm eager for us to begin helping one another. If you ever need me to help you promote anything, just ask. Let's help one another to rise to the top.
Hi Leah, thanks so much for letting me know about your blog. You have so much wonderful information. I am trying to follow you but I can't figure out how (sorry I'm really new to blogging) if you could give me some advice I would appreciate it. If you get a chance to follow http://myhaileyscomet.blogspot.com it would be great. And if you have any tips or tricks to help me make my blog wonderful just like yours I would love to hear them!
Leah, I just dropped by your site and I must say I love it! I read the first couple of posts and they were all very interesting and things that I consider important topics as a mom. I am following you now. I hope you will take a moment to visit my website www.carolinacouponer.com and let me know what you think! Thanks for welcoming to MBC and introducing me to your website! :)
Hi Leah, I just viewed you page and I like it very much. I don't have little kids, but I do have grand kids and I know friends that have little ones and I will refer them to your blog to get some good tips.
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