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My First Blog Award!



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I am soooo frickin' happy to have finally received a Blog Award! yay! Thank you to Momma Michie who awarded it to me and 14 other well deserving bloggers! Momma Michie's blog is informative and upbeat, but it's also heartwarming and consists of many great topics us moms like to read about. So be sure to check her out!


The rules to receiving the "One Lovely Blog Award" are the following:


1. Post the award on your blog along with recognition to the person who gave it to you with a link to their blog. 2. Award 15 other well deserving blogs that you have discovered. 3. Don't forget to contact the winners you chose for the award!Here are my 15 "One Lovely Blog Award" winners!

1. My Personal Cafe
2. Momhood Moments
3. Yes, Divas CAN Cook
4. New England Nanny
5.Three B's and Me
6.Cappuccino Confessions
7. A Nut in a Nutshell
8. A Place of Comfort
9. Momma D & Da Boyz
10. Mreow!
11. Mom Talk with 3 Kids and Us
12. Blasian Baby Notes
13. My Brown Baby
14. When We Listen
15. I Choose Bliss

Comments

  1. Woot, I won, I won. Gimme, gimme. LOL. Thank you for the award. I am truly touched that you found it worthy :)

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  2. You're welcome! Thanks for sharing your life!

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  3. Thank you soooo much!! I'm truly honored!!

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  4. Awwww... thanks so much for sharing the love with me. Congrats on your award, you most certainly do have a lovely space!!

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  5. Girl, I'm doin' my happy dance! Thank you so much!! And congratulations to you for receiving it first!

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  6. Thank you, thank you, thank you!

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  7. Congrats!!

    PLUS i am giving u another one! its on my page!!

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  8. Juanita -- thank you -- you are so sweet! Congratulations on your award too! It certainly does make your day, doesn't it? :D

    I can't wait to check out the other 14 also!

    Dee

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