I blog on Mom's Most Wanted because it takes my mind off of my youngest son's medical condition and my inability to control his genetic disposition. I blog on my personal blog, I Brought You In..., as an outlet for my feelings about how dealing with my children's medical issues affect me.
It keeps me sane! My husband is not home due to his demanding job as a Police Officer! Its my own way of keeping him in touch with the little things he misses during the day, and at night when those 24 hour shifts roll around more often then I'd like them too!
Another reason is that I am able to reflect! My very first posting was my bridal shower in July of 2007. I have grown so much since then. Spiritually, physically, mentally, I am a whole different person!
Its such a privilege to have been given the opportunity to blog, and connect with other mommies, wives, and women who share the same passions as myself.
I love chatting and sharing my day with others. It is also a great way to make friends with people around world + my family also like to reads my blogs as they live in other states/countries. AND it is fun:)
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