I have read other bloggers post about how they hate their hubby and their marriage and their lives with them. Made me wonder if the husbands ever read their blogs. Mine does. Not that I have anything to hide but since he's reading it, I'm a little uhm you know cautious especially when I'm talking about him! Unless of course I want to start WW IV :)
He does, and often is about him. He finds it funny though, and I find that it brings us closer together because he knows more of what I'm thinking - and from reading my comments that I'm not the only one. ;)
Yes, he does. I was a bit surprised actually but I think it gives him a chance to 'connect' to what my son and I do all day (he works night shifts so we don't get a lot of family time). That makes me a little sad, but I'm glad he can get some of my happier thoughts instead of just the nagging I can fit into the five minutes I see him!
I have three blogs, two of which I write anon and 1 which I don't. There are only a handful of people in my life that know about the anon blogs and he is one of them. He reads every post. I didn't know he was reading it until he eluded to something I had written. I guess looked a little shocked becasue he said, "Yeah, I read your blog. You didn't know that did you." I told him he may not like what he reads sometimes, especially if we had just had an argument and I am upset. He said he doesn't mind. I even got him to comment on one post!
My husband doesn't read it regularly but he does read it and he even has me in his blogroll. A couple of days ago he was catching up on my blog and saw a very negative comment. My white knight jumped right in and defended me in my comments. Awwww! That's True Love ladies!
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