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iheartnewyork

Hi Moxie -- delurking to say how much I love your blog and Ask Moxie. I've been reading and laughing along with you for about a year. Thank you!

ALG

Hi Moxie,
I enjoy reading your blog. I comment once in awhile. (Like, about the laundry situation in the city.) Keep up the great work!

ALG

Hi Moxie,
I enjoy reading your blog. I comment once in awhile. (Like about the laundry situation in the city.) Keep up the great work!

Kisha

I meant to delurk but never got around to it. Hi, I read your blog, but I don't really remember how I found it.

Sam

Hi Moxie. I read both of your blogs. I have 2 sons too, both are a few months younger than each of yours (3.5 and 5 months). I brace myself for what's to come when I hear about the sleep regressions, etc. that you go through, and inevitably a few weeks later I find myself amidst of what you went through. So thank you for the warnings!

Lissa

I read you both - I delurked there and here - but then realized, that's 2 dollars. Maybe I should send one in :) Anyway - LOVE the blog and the advice one too - you ROCK!

Meghann

My sister has been telling me about you your blog for awhile now, but being a single mother of a 15 month old, I haven't had much time to get on the computer. Just started reading recently and I love it. I guess I'll have to find some free time while at work to keep reading.

Jess

Consider this a double delurking- I love this blog and ask moxie!

tc

momentarily delurking to say: I love reading your blog and your advice column, and I don't even have kids.

Tonya

I lurk, but I also asked a question for ask Moxie. Thanks for your wonderful info.

jenn

hi Moxie -- love the family stories, and also, I am living in Ireland right now and miss New York. hope you will be able to buy plenty of heifers…

Jenn

Hi Moxie,
Delurking from the cold and wind of Wyoming. I enjoy reading of your boys (big and small), your love for them shines brightly. I was a nanny in NYC in college and enjoy your tales from the city. I'm the mother of a wonderful 10 year old son and happily married to the love of my life. Your blog reminds me that our physical environments can be so different, yet the loving family environments we create unite us in humanity. Keep up the good work.
Jenny

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