I must admit, I have an awesome husband! He is very supportive. He encourages me and even visits and comments on my blog! How cool is that! We've been married for over 30 years and are still in the process of raising 11 children and he just keeps getting better and better!
silly. MY DH use to blog, but stopped along time ago. Now he acts as my editor because I have terrible grammar. He has made the comment that I blog more then I clean. I ask is that really a bad thing. Also I have a tendency to photography alot of our dinners if it is a new recipe. He doesn't like that. i am working on keeping some things private.
dumb....(then he died, leaving me with triplets, then one and a 4 yr old)...and a publisher asked me to turn the blog into a book:The Paranoid Parents Guide from the Chicken Soup for the Soul publishers.
My husband had always told me I would tell the world how to parent if I could (he meant I was being bossy). Little did we know my blog would become a book. (I would still rather have him back telling me that blogging was dumb.)
My husband says he is not a big fan of my blogging about him in any way, but is willing to make the sacrifice because when I'm blogging, I'm not talking. He seriously said that. I laughed pretty hard... but I'm not sure he was kidding. Lol.
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