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BlogHer 2010, Breastfeeding, and the Nestle Boycott

I’m itching to write my BlogHer post after reading many interesting post from other bloggers who are going. I’ve been wanting to write it for weeks but can’t find the time — trip to Germany, three editing and social media clients that want to be kept happy, the normal momsense (motherhood and wifyhood and a bit of nonsense thrown in), and then there’s that thing called sleep I need to fit in once in a while. Just once in a while.


So here is the compressed version of my BlogHer post:

I’m going. Bought the Early Bird ticket about six months ago when I learned BlogHer 2010 (August 6 & 7) was going to be in New York City. BlogHer is the biggest conference geared toward blogging women, with about 2,300 attending. Since I only live an hour away, in Westchester, NY, there was no plane ticket to buy. Still, being the frugal one I decided to only go for one day, Saturday, so I don’t have to also book a hotel room. I also didn’t want to be away from Landon for the night, which frankly would have had the husband greet me with raised eyebrows and fear in his eyes, so I didn’t go there. Still breastfeeding Landon to sleep — no time to expound on that. (read more)

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