... a big waste of time?
... only for moms.
... getting old already!

What do your kids think?

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Mine are slightly horrified and definitely not in favour! Not that I blog much about them, they definitely aren't into it!
Cool when it's about them. My 9 year old daughter reads it often.
I tell my four and my two year olds that I'm either working or reading the news. In other words, working if I'm writing on my blogs and reading the "news" if I'm checking out other blogs. =)

To my one year old, he just thinks it's a great opportunity to get into things he shouldn't because mom isn't paying full attention. Can anyone else relate? LOL!
My teenagers 15 and 17 think it's kind of cool I have a blog.

However, they think it is absolutely appalling that I have a facebook account-(hehe). I don't really use it but I do go on it once in a while to check things out.

BTW, if you have teenagers, you should have a facebook account too!
"work on the computer."
cool. My daughter started her own.
My two kiddos are not interested and just reply to it as 'work', so no surprise there.
Boogering. Like a great big green snot booger. My son says, "Mom are you boogering again!" Seeing that I run a Green & Clean Mom, LLC site that is indeed green, what should I say! I just smile and pretend to pick my nose! That way I don't have to use a tissue and waste paper! LOL!
My kids think that it is neat, however, they think I spend way to much time on the computer.
mine thinks it's fun...she has a blog of her own. She's 10 and her blog is by invitation only and she blogs under a psudonym...but she loves to post her thoughts and her story that she is working on and have her friends comment.
My MIL taught my 4 year old the term blogging. So he just thinks that any work on the computer is called blogging. He refers to starfall.com and noggin.com as his blog:)
My boys (12 and 10) think it's cool until I talk about them in a post- then they are no longer supportive "'cause what if my friends see it". I tried to tell them they'd be famous but they didn't buy it :-)

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