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At 1:34am on July 11, 2008, Amanda said…
Hey girlie!

OMG there are sooooo many social networking sites!
At 9:07am on July 5, 2008, Debbie-the-Mom said…
Hi Christine! I'm off to check out your TheMommiesUnited blog now.
Have a great weekend.
At 11:07pm on July 4, 2008, A Cowboy's Wife (Lori) said…
HOWDY:) Just saying hi with my my jaw dropped while reading your 6 kids under 7! It reminds of my mother-in-law who had 8 all within a year apart! Enjoy:)
At 12:24am on June 19, 2008, Stephanie Elie said…
Christine,
Just wanted to say hello. I love your blog. Nice to meet you.
At 5:55am on June 6, 2008, To Think is to Create said…
Hey babe, nice to see you here! :)
At 12:54am on June 6, 2008, Lauren Weitzman said…
Ill put your blog up....and u can put up the "i'm on mommybar" badge on your sidebar if thats ok...its the one on the right side of this page ,with link to:

http://mommybartoolbar.ourtoolbar.com/

I will add your site first thing in the morning!!!

Thanks for the response

Lauren
At 10:04pm on June 5, 2008, Lauren Weitzman said…
i would really like to put your blog on mommybar...thoughts?

-lauren
At 3:33pm on December 21, 2007, Kim said…
I was browing through the members tab and saw your babies sweet little face. Beautiful.

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