My name is Shelley and i my blogspot is: http://iamstillstandingafterallthistime.blogspot.com/ it's called "i'm still standing." I recently started to write this about the joys and frustrations of raising a disabled child and how through her life so many other children's lives have changed (i haven't gotten to that part in my blog yet! lol)
I get visitors through the week when I write. I would love to increase my readership and i think this is a wonderful way for people to share their lives and family stories.
Thank you for doing this it is a wonderfu idea!
I blog about my life as a guilt-ridden working mother who is trying to maintain the 'balance' and various other random things and observations. I generally blog every weekday (gotta make good use of company time!) and sometimes on the weekends. I got started in this blogging thing last year because I find it therapeutic and enjoy writing. I do get visitors, I find it odd that I get more direct emails than comments but whatever floats their boat, I guess!
I'm a first time mommy-in-waiting. My first little bugaboo is due in August... a baby girl. I decided I wanted to share my journey to mommyhood in blog form. I blog every day at least once. Typically in the morning. On days that I can I try to also blog in the evenings.
My ultimate goal is to be able to leave my "real job" as stay home with my daughter... so I'm looking for support from the mom-blogosphere and hoping that lots and lots of moms will visit my blog every day and help me reach my goal!
I used to blog mostly on jess.scribblescratch.com instead of "Life. I would really like to change that though. I think I may hold off on blogging on my S.S. one for now & just try & focus on the "Life" blog. I haven't updated the darned thing since before my wedding!! So much has been going on, life's been insane!!
I really don't think I currently get any traffic to my blog. :-/
I'm really hoping to change that though, so I've started joining a few mom blogger sites. The blog is mostly just personal life related right now but I really want to expand it. I want to start offering some contests, recipes I enjoy, and I REALLY want to get into doing product reviews. That just seems like tons of fun! Plus I love giving my opinions on products, lol
my blog's name is momsupdate : original intent of the blog is to update mommies on anything that matters ..started the blog about a year plus ago..when life was simpler..since Jan this year, I took on a new job with greater responsibility : much to my dismay - hardly have time now to do much blogging. I took a break for 4 months this year - started blgging agn about a week ago!
I do get visitors to my blor from mom bloggers like the people in this forum - they're a great bunch;)
Dispatches from lullaby world headquarters! We post rite about children’s music past and present, music-related activities for kids, and any other fun things that catch our fancy.
We post every week day with new fun things. Our visitors are fans of Rockabye Baby! CDs and other things baby or music related. Stop by and check out our fun coloring pages, baby food recipes and other fun activities!
I write a blog about the struggles I go through to feed my girls - they are picky and plagued with allergies. I got in the bad habit of short order cooking and trying to break out of it. I figure, if I document more, I will clean up my act...I post recipes, cookbook reviews and other OT posts. I'm working on a section about allergies - common substitutions and allergy free recipes.
I write a couple posts a day
I do get a few visitors each day. No family and friends visit yet...I'm still a bit shy about it.
I love comments, and am the opposite of a food/cooking expert and would love some feedback and recipe suggestions.
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