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Just thought I'd say hello! I'm excited to have joined a cool mom club:) I'm still fiddlin' around with things here so bear with me.

I currently have several blogs but will be merging them into one. I'm super busy with kids, the ranch, photography, networking, blogging, and consulting...WHEW!

Looking forward to meeting ya'll!

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Comment by Alyssa on June 18, 2008 at 12:07pm
I just got the chance to go over to your blog. I see what you mean. Your site is very "branded" which is GREAT! Smart blogger if you ask me. I bet we could exchange ideas and learn from each other. Do you make money from your blog? Is this your "mom blog" - The Cowboy's Wife? Do you have other sites, blogs? I have several. Just wondering....
Comment by A Cowboy's Wife (Lori) on April 29, 2008 at 8:06am
Thanks for the welcome. I must say the entire layout and design are appealing! I'm loving everything about it:)
Comment by Mom Bloggers Club on April 29, 2008 at 7:47am
Welcome, Lori! Thanks for being a part of the Mom Bloggers Club.

If you need anything, have any questions, or even have suggestions on how we can improve the club, we're always just an email or comment away.

You can leave us a comment or send us a message through our profile page.

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