Probably politics. I'm not the most knowledgeable person when it comes to this arena, mostly b/c I'm not too interested in other opinions aside from my own. Just kidding! But, seriously, people are pretty one sided when it comes to their political views and I'm not a fan of alienating people or challenging their beliefs with my blog. My blog is about fun, and family, and friends and those are things that everyone can relate to.
I try not to blog about anything too personal. I stay away from naming the actual places we go. I'm a bit paranoid with these days. Also, I try to stay away from the topics that are too controversial. Don't get me wrong, I like to have good discussions and speak my thoughts at times. After all, thats kind of the purpose of my blogging. But I dont like to discuss things just for the sake of sparking an argument. The hot topics are SAHM vs. working moms, breastfeeding vs bottlefeeding, crying it out, vaccines, religion....etc. I try to be sensitive to all mommies views :)
however, I would like to say Rae Ann...even if Religion is a hard topic...sharing the spiritual journey can be a different conversations then a convesation on Religion. I'm not a fan of Religion either...but the spiritual journey can be a little different.
I would have to say religion, politics and XXX. I do post about some things such as KY and a nighty, but never anything about my personal sex life. If I had marital issues, I wouldn't post about those either. I do just about everything else though.
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