I blog because, I love to share my thoughts with others. Hopefully something I say will change someones life for the better! Also since my hubby is deployed, blogging is what keeps me sane! I just enjoy it so much. Oh! And the most importantly... I love showing off my cute kids :)
because I have things to say that my children just wouldn't understand. because my children do things that I don't want to be the only witness to. because sometimes you have to complain and there isn't always someone there to listen. because I think I'm funny and everyone needs to hear my opinion (they just don't know it). because it makes me feel like I'm part of a community and interacting with the world even when I don't leave the house. And because it's fun!!
I blog because I need a creative outlet. I have notebooks everywhere to write in, I feel like I have so much to write, and it's a great place to write and get feedback. And also vent about day to day life! I also enjoy reading other blogs and meeting bloggers, online and IRL.
i just started blogging weeks ago and i find it really interesting...it's good to know that there are people out there, moms especially who experience the same things as i do..it's one way of expressing one's self..one's individuality...since i dont go out much anymore, i guess i'd still "get connected in the outside world" through blogging....
I blog because it's a way for me to vent, when needed. I also blog about scrap kits I've worked with and about the things my munchkins do. Right now I'm blogging mainly about our potty training adventures with Shane.
I blog because I love to write and I have spent years writing advice, stories and articles on various online forums. I wanted a way to consolidate it all and maybe provide something useful to a reader or two.
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