I'm a new mommy blogger trying desperately to gain followers to my blog! If you follow mine, I will gladly follow yours! I welcome any advise or comments from you veteran bloggers out there! Please let me know when you are a follower and don't forget you link!

 

Thanks, Erica

http://www.theadventuresoflifeandmotherhood.blogspot.com

 

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Hey there,
I'm now following your blog. I too am fairly new at blogging and would love to have more followers so be sure to take a look at mine!

http://mompinion.blogspot.com/

~Christina
following!

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I just went by your blog. So cute. I'm following you. come by mine when you get a minute. http://www.nickiwoo.com
I a new follower. Check me out.

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Following You Now!!!

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P.s. Anyone who follows me (New and upcoming Blogs), I will follow you back in courtesy. Just leave a comment on any of my posts with your http:// and I will follow you within 24 hours.
Following you :-)

Please follow me back at

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Thanks!

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