First of all... I love your girl's pictures. She is BEAUTIFUL!
What I noticed right away... there are empty spots in the layout that you might want to fill up with buttons of places you like, advertisements, favorite pictures, I don't know... but don't leave them empty because it looks incomplete. Other than that, I love your label topics, and I would recommend to post just like 3 posts per page in the home page (this you can control in the Settings tab in Blogger).
Ah.. and there is a place that explains you how to remove the blogger header on top, to make it look like any other website and I truly recommend this site to you since I learned a lot of tricks and tips from there:
Cute site, but I would put things like "about me" and google friend connect on your sidebar. A 3 column template might be something you'd want to look into.
I had one when I was on blogger: Here's my old template: http://www.babesandkids.blogspot.com
Leyda - Thanks so much for the feedback. I'm following you now too!
Jamie - The post should be right at the top...you shouldn't have to scroll at all...? For the about me, I just have an old bio in there that I used for another writing job. Now that you are mentioning it, I don't think I've ever seen anyone else with an about me in the 3rd person. Thanks!
Tiffany - I thought that was a three column template! What do you mean?
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