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Signing up for Top Mommy Blogs

I have seen this logos all over the place these last few weeks. The more blogs I discover  the more of them I see. I admit I didn't pay much attention at first.... but since many of the blogs that have them are AWESOME I thought I should start clicking them and voting.

Then I thought about all the other blogs I could find....

And how more people might find ME!

There, I admitted it, I like people reading my blog. How shallow! :0D

Anyway...... They have pretty strict criteria so I might not get fully approved. I'm allowed that logo up there for now but if it vanishes you'll know I've been found wanting! (I do swear sometimes..... sorry. It's generally within context though and not just for the sake of it).

Fancy giving it a go? This is a link to their sign up page. Don't worry, you can click that without voting for me! It's not a con! That's something else they are strict on.

http://www.topmommyblogs.com/directory/accounts.php 

Although, if you DO want to vote for me you can! You can click this lovely "Top Mommy" button down here.


Please click! A visit a day boosts my blog ranking at Top Mommy Blogs - The Best Mommy Blog Directory Ever!

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