My husband says it's just the human nature to be nosey - but I can't understand it. Why do so many people follow my blog? It's just about my life. Yes, I'm a photographer and I know images are appealing, but I don't get it. Any of your other moms out there have the same question? Those who really just blog about life and don't offer incredible savings or amazing ideas? Just life?

 

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Gosh I wish I had over 300 followers on my blog! Granted it's a newbie but still. You have a super cute daughter. And you take really good photos. Maybe that's why?

Hope not to offend - but I myself don't follow blogs that are just strictly family. I would feel as though I was bombarding in on something. Like a gal who shows up to a party who didn't get an invite. Ya know?

Maybe it's your Christmas music! :)

If you want to check out any of my blogs I'd appreciate it!
http://www.supermomclub.blogspot.com
http://www.werethejoneses.blogspot.com
http://www.todaystoptwenty.blogspot.com

One day I'll take good photos like you!
I can say.. If a person just blogs about things they do everyday, just personal stuff, maybe someone follows for ideas, maybe you motivate them in some way, Also, I think a big thing is, yoiu may be going through something similar to someone else and they see that they aren't the only one like them. Im sure there are millions of reasons..
True, I've never thought about that.

you can check out mine to and return the favor watch out lots of calories..lol... www.onceuponabakersblog.blogspot.com 

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