I read recently that blogs are like people and decisions are made in the first few seconds... fairly or unfairly! lol... Id really like some comments on my blog.

Ive played around with some of the setting recently and hopefully its readable and attractive. Im also hoping for funny and interesting... I have a combination of posts that are all text, some text, just a little text.. and also no text (my cartoons like this http://crazysuburbanmom.blogspot.com/2009/04/whats-in-your-closet.html

Also recently Ive been doing post feature swaps with radicalparenting.com. So thats new and none of that info is mine.

Id really love some comments.
http://crazysuburbanmom.blogspot.com/

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Hi Tracy,

I am your newest follower! I love your writing style and the airy (not Times Square, like a lot of blogs) layout. So many blogs give me a headache as soon as I click on them, and yours made me feel relaxed. I just said this to someone else, but I think the "popular posts" feature is really cool and want to add it to my site sometime the kids are down for a loooong nap. The photography in particular stands out and helps tell the stories. I'd probably put your about me and random facts a little higher--unless they're hiding so that people will have to scroll down. :) I was curious about the Radical Parenting posts, but they don't seem to be called out in any way. Maybe they could be in a separate list?

Hope this feedback is useful. Keep up the great work!

Best,
Deb
www.spawnocalypse.com

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