It's Give Away Day!!



Yippee Yay!! Hip hip Hooray!! It's Sew Mama Sew GiveAway Day!!

I've got two bundles for 2 lucky winners. 

First up is a super stack of Tula Pink fabrics. 

It includes 20 fabrics from different ranges such as Hushabye, Prince Charming, Salt Water.  If you love Tula's fabrics you'll want to win this to top up your stash, and if you don't know her wonderful designs then having this stack would be a fun journey of discovery. 

The 2nd bundle is a collection of Low Volume fabrics.

There's a bit of everything - spots, cute novelty fabrics, dreamy creams, classic black and white and some ever popular text fabrics. Sew it all together for a quick Low Volume quilt or mix and match with your brights to make a bright and white delight! 

You have two chances to win one of these bundles.

1) Leave a comment letting me know what you would call this Little Lady. She came to live at my house a few weeks ago and I still haven't thought of a good name for her. 

2) Fabulous Followers and Wonderful New Followers get to leave a second comment - tell me how you follow, I'm curious, Is it by Bloglovin, Feedly, email ...?

I'll ship everywhere and anywhere in the world!! 
I'll be using Mr Random Selector to pick the winners at 5pm on the14th of December, Blue Mountains, Australian time.

Wishing you all lots of luck and fun times during Give Away Day!! 

***This Giveaway is Now Closed - A Huge Thank you so much to everyone who entered!! 

The winners are:

Diana @ Red Delicious 
Peaches 1003 

and because I had so many comments I decided to add another bundle of Tula Pink fabrics , so the lucky 3rd winner is 

Leanne of Daisy&Jack. 

I've contacted the winners by email. 
It's Give Away Day!!

1,049 comments

  1. Ah, someone has to go first I suppose! What about Leilani? It is Hawaiian for heavenly flower- perfect for a Blue Mountain Daisy, don't you think?

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  2. And I am a follower through Google + (and my trusty Google dashboard!)

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  3. Leilani is my choice too! I know a little islander girl called Leilani and she has big dark eyes too!

    Jeanette.

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  4. I follow you on Feedly.

    Jeanette.

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  5. lole wahine..

    it means "fabric lady" in hawaiian :)

    thanks for the opportunity

    Shevvy

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  6. and i follow the blog on theoldreader :)

    thanks again

    Shevvy

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  7. I'd name her Chola! That's my granny's nickname. And it carries a lot of love!

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  8. I'm an old follower through Bloglovin

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  9. How about Hula Lula. :) I love her vintage vibe! She reminds me of the Hawaiian Elvis movies and Tiki obsession of the 50's.

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  10. I follow you via bloglovin. Thanks for the opportunity to win!

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  11. Rita, because she reminds me of Rita Hayworth.

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  12. I follow you on Feedly! Thanks for the opportunity!

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  13. I think she could be called "Luau".my fav Hawaiian thing!

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  14. I follow with Bloglovin..but I miss Google reader terribly!

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  15. I would name her Hula Beulah just because it rhymes! I love those low volumes and definitely need to collect some. Great give away!

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  16. I have you on my sidebar so I know at a moments glance if you have a new post.

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  18. This looks like a lot of fun!I think she is a Shelly. No idea why.

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  19. I love using Feedly to follow along. It works for me.

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  20. There's a girl in my kindergarten class and her name is Milani, I just love her name! It also sounds so Hawaiian. Thanks for the chance.

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  21. There's a girl in my kindergarten class and her name is Milani, I just love her name! It also sounds so Hawaiian. Thanks for the chance.

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  22. I follow your blog on Bloglovin. Thanks for the chance.

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  23. Dailue (a cross between Blue and Daisy)

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  24. I follow you by Bloglovin'. I would love to win the Tula Pink fabrics. I love her designs but haven't managed to get my hands on any yet. I am new to this quilting thing so I don't have a massive stash yet, I say yet because I am working on it if I could just by more fabric than I can sew it would start to grow.

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  25. Hiwahiwa...it means precious or beloved in Hawaiian. The perfect name for your little treasure I think.

    Thanks for hosting Rachael.

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  26. Tula because it rhyms well with hula and Tula Pink has such fun fabrics,

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  27. How about Holly Hula! So cute!

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  28. Ha! I have not taken the time to figure out bloglovin or any other manner of following - so I just follow through my list on blogger! I need a tutorial from you or Susan on the other choices, hehe!

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  29. Since she is a little feather dancer, how about Iolani (bird of heaven)?

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  30. How about Trixie because she looks like fun

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  31. I've been following you through Bloglovin for some time now and never regretted it. ;o)

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  32. I thought of 'Honora', no idea why.

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  33. Conchita! She reminds me of the banana lady!

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  34. I'm a first time visitor and I honestly can't remember how I came across your blog but I will be bookmarking it to come back to regularly.

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  35. I thought of 'Honora', no idea why.

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  36. Sarebbe bellissimo vincere un premio così bello!
    La piccola signora la chiamerei "Lucia".
    Ciao

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  37. what a great giveaway - count me in! great fabrics.
    Hhhhmm, what to call your little girl. Is she Hawaiian? Native American? Native Australia? She is so cue. I think I'd call her Fanny.

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  38. Oh, yea, I use Bloglovin and it works for me..

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  39. I thought "Suki" as soon as I saw her, no idea why. Thanks for the lovely giveaway.

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  40. She looks like a little princess, so I would call her Kaiulani after our beloved princess!

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  41. I follow through Google dashboard, which I thought was going away, but didn't. I probably have you on Bloglovin, too, but I don't really use it. I don't like how the posts disappear after you read them.

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  42. I keep thinking Sheila only because it is so NON exotic unlike the actual statue. I'm weird like that!!! Great giveaway!

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  43. Malana, because I used to babysit a sweet girl named that

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  44. And I follow you on bloglovin (still missing google reader!)

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  45. With the energies of the Thanksgiving/Chanukkah,Kwanza and Christmas and now, the passing of Nelson Mandela and his belief for teaching love over hate during this season I am thinking of the Rogers and Hammerstein musical 'South Pacific' and the prejudice against the mixed race children and the beautiful young girl "Liat" who dances the hula while Lt. Cabot sings "You've Got to Be Carefully Taught". I suggest the name "Liat" for this young beauty's name and let love be the very essence of this holiday season and all that we give and share.

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  46. Her name should be Tula Hula..because she is a hula girl after all...
    Thanks for the chance.
    MaryLou
    Fun4Me1249@aol.com

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  47. Susie....I am not very creative with names, am I ? LOL

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  48. It's so cool that you're in the Blue Mountains. I've visisted a few years ago and it was the highlight of my 2 month Australia trip!!

    Thanx for a chance to win this wonderful Give Away!!

    I think I'd call here Annna (I like simple names)

    Esther.

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  49. The first name that popped into my head was Malana as it is a popular Hawaiian name.

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  50. I'd call her Florabell, she's cute. Thanks for the chance!

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  51. I follow via Bloglovin now :) Always fun to meet another Aussie quilter!

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  52. Wylla. She looks like a Wylla (or Willa or maybe Wilma--something with WIL).

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  53. Great giveaway ! What about Frida ? I follow you on bloglovin.
    Joyeux Noel.

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  54. I would call her Betty. Thanks for the giveaway.

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  55. Pearl :). This is incredible btw!

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  56. How about Sunny?

    Jo -- patchaday [at] gmail [dot] com

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  57. I just started following via bloglocin'. It's nice to be able to see what other Aussies are up to!

    Jo -- patchaday [at] gmail [dot] com

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  58. I would call her Fan or Fanny! Would love to win either bundle.

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  59. I would call her Princess Sweet Flower of the Setting Sun. ;)

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  60. I'd totally call her Tula, but that might be because I'm obsessed with Tula! :)

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  61. I'd call her Taka Tuka, because I'm convinced she's coming from Taka Tuka Land, which I know from Astrid Lindgrens Pippi Langstrumpf books. Must be beautiful there :-)

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  62. And I'm following via my blog, where you are at my blog list :-)

    What a wonderful giveaway, btw.

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  63. You should name her Makana which is Hawaiin for gift or present. :)

    Thanks for the chance!

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  64. I follow you via Feedly, thank you.

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  65. I would call her "dust collector" LOL thanks for the chance

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  66. also I am a follower through GFC

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  67. I'd call her Jasmine...or maybe Tiger Lily.

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  68. I follow through Blogger. I have you on Bloglovin too but I don't use it.

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  69. As for the name, how about Puanani? It is supposed to mean 'Beautiful Flower' and I think it suits her :)

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  70. I read the other comments and I like the name Tula. Thanks for the chance to win.

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  71. I would call her Princess Poppywater.

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  72. Perchita is the name that popped to mind...

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  73. Maybe Leilani? Thanks for the chance to win!

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  74. I love the name Leilani! I think it's just gorgeous!

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  75. I am a new follower on The Old Reader!

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  76. How about Hekele? I figured out that would be my name if I was Hawaiian. :) Thanks for the giveaway.

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  77. My vote is for Kalani or maciah. Thanks for the chance. :)

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  78. Hula seems appropriate. Thanks for the chance!

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  79. What about Tulipa. It makes me think of flowers and I think was a popular Edwardian name.
    emma.house@thebowesmuseum.org.uk

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  80. I think she looks like a Lilo.

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  81. I love Leilani also and would you believe I am reading a book with the main character is named Leilani!

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  82. Lola, a popular spanish name.Thanks for the chance!!

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  83. Lola, a popular spanish name.Thanks for the chance!!

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  84. I say Talulahdoesthehulafromhawaii. Someone really named his kid this once. Thanks!

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  85. I'd name her Lilifana. She looks like a shy little girl named Lily holding a fan.

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  86. I follow you--I think with GFC

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  87. I would just call her lou lou :) Thanks for the chance to win.

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  88. I was going to say Leila - my daughter's name - but I also love Leilani and Lola!

    teaandolive @ gmail . com

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  89. Following you on Bloglovin' :)

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  90. I might name her Uli. (Your giveaway is the bees knees, by the way!)

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  91. Lilo (after Lilo and Stitch).

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  92. Esmerelda! :)

    Thanks for the giveaway!

    skmcgrat@tcd.ie

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  93. Jasmine? Thanks for the chance at those beautiful fabrics.

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  94. how about alana lei? thank you so much for a great giveaway. babscorbitt@gmail.com

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  95. so difficult! I note a lot of Hawaiian words above, but I don't know any so I'm going with Petal.

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  96. I immediately saw that this was Lola. Thanks for the chance to win wonderful fabrics!

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  97. I am a follower. I have you in my Feedly reader.

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  98. Oh yes, I follow you by Bloglovin'.

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  99. Sultry Kai (Kai means sea)
    or Coy Kai (shy sea)
    Thanks for the giveaway!

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  100. I would call her Tina, just because I think its fun to call her something unexpected. But then to add a little something to acknowledge her roots her last name could be Featherhand. That's it, Tina Featherhand.

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  101. Feather Dancer? Island Dancer?

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  102. I'm going to to with Tatiana.
    Wildbluestarz((AT))AoL..DOT..c0m

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  103. Call her Tula! It's hula in fabric language ;)

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  104. She looks like a Lola to me :). Thanks for a chance at one of two great bundles!

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  105. Hehe, I think you should name her Deb, or Maureen or some name that throws people off when they hear it :)

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  106. I think you should name her Leilani in Hawaiian the meaning is heavenly flowers.

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  107. I would call her Fran. Fran with a fan.

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  108. I have a co-worker named Mermoni - I always think that's such a pretty name. Thanks for the give away!

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  109. Nani which apparently means beautiful in Hawaiian

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  110. I think Latifa is a neat name for her! Thanks for the chance... loving both bundles!!

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  111. call her Ohana. Sounds like she is family now.

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  112. `Auli`i means Dainty, Cute, Exquisite, Cute, Perfect, Trim, Nice.

    syvisser@gmail.com

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  113. Hula-May is a kind of cute name I think. thanks for the amazing giveaway.

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  114. I am following you via Bloglovin' - thanks for an extra chance!!

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  115. I dont know why but Lola came to mind when I saw her.

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  116. Sally Rand was a famous fan dancer in the 1930s, so my suggestion for a name for your fan dancer would be South Seas Sally (or just Sally for short) :D

    Great giveaway!

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  117. I follow through RSS feed and read in The Old Reader. Thanks for the chance to win!

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  118. Plus, I follow you through Google Friend Connect and the reader on my blog dashboard. For me, this is still the best way to integrate both my reading and the set up and posting on my own blog. Although I have a Bloglovin' button for others to use on my blog, I don't use it myself.

    Fingers crossed!

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  119. I'd call her Talula! I follow with blogger!

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  120. Hula is the only thing on my mind :) Thanks for a chance to win! julia(dot)glotova(at)gmail(dot)com

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  121. How about Hula Honey? Thanks for the giveaway! Amy @ gasudimack(at)sbcglobal(dot)net

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  122. She looks so cute, and I know everyone is picking exotic names, but I thinks she is a simple girl and should be called Molly.

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  123. I would name her Kaipo, it means "the sweetheart."

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  124. Thanks for a great giveaway. I would call her Liliana because it is a happy name.
    ks(dot)eyles(at)yahoo(dot)co(dot)uk

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  125. she looks like a Tallulah to me

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  126. Maybe Chi Chi? She seems like a little bit of a tart, so she needs a sassy name.

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  127. I would call her "Malia" has such a pretty ring to it. Thanks for a chance

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  128. now following via Bloglovin & GFC.

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