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If you haven’t heard of a “blog hop,” it’s a linky where you can enter your blog, then find other great blogs to read. I love to find other blogs to read, especially when they are about fluff! It can be hard to find niche blogs like cloth diaper blogs, and I don’t particularly want someone to feel obligated to “follow back” if my blog’s content doesn’t interest them.
So, I decided we need a cloth diaper blog – blog hop! If you have a blog that even sometimes talks about fluff, feel free to participate!
The rules? Well, there really aren’t any. I’d love for you to grab the button and/or create your own post about the blog hop, so we can find more participants, but it isn’t mandatory.
I don’t require that you follow me-or anyone, though it would be nice if you like it! Just click blogs that interest you, subscribe if you like them, and leave a comment if you find a post interesting. Everyone loves comments!
I do love to read blogs, so I plan on following anyone who participates. If this is successful, I may make this an ongoing, or recurring thing!
>I added your button! And I follow you! Found your blog from cloth diapering bloggers
>Great idea Maria! I added your Blog Hop Button to my blog 🙂
>Love this bloghop. I've just entered my link and I haven't posted anything about it on my own blog, but I definitely will and I will be back to check out all the other entries.
>I am trying to decide if I should just leave this one open indefinitely, or if we shoudld start fresh once per month. hmmmm…
>I've been following your blog for awhile now! I love reading your reviews! Thanks for this great linky :)SarahThe Little Hedgehoghttp://thelittlehedgehog.blogspot.com/
>Following you now! Love finding other green moms!Would love for you to come hop the Green Blog Hop today!Melaniewww.goinggreenwithnoah.com
>Make sure you've stretched the snappi several times first. Then hook one side in, stretch it, hook the other side, then stretch the third part down and hook it. Some fabrics are tougher than oithers to get it to grip into!
>Yes when I found you thru event I was asking myself "How did I miss this one before"! LOL! I have been trying to use some Snappis on my Bummis Prefolds but I am struggling. I am doing a review for Bummis and so far haven't been using any Snappis. Well I thought why not…so I could give it a full review & of course I can't get the things to hold it! Any suggestions?
>I'm following everyone so far, what great blogs!I'm so glad you found me Katie! Love your tree pic Mama KC!
>Thank you for hosting this awesome hop! I'm a new follower on gfc, Facebook, and Twitter!KC @ One + One = Fourhttp://oneplusoneis3.blogspot.com/
>Thanks for the linky! I began following you thru the Fluffy Christmas Event & I am so glad to have found you!