What I did with my Saturday... Blog Redesign!

It's hard to believe that it's Saturday evening already. This day has flown by and to be honest, I'm still in my PJs! I woke up at about 5am wide awake... go figure. On the days I can sleep in, I don't. On the days I can't sleep in... I could sleep till 10! Oh well. I started blogging at about 6:30am. Finally finished my post around 8am. Don't know why the TummyTub post took forever. Then started redesigning at about 8:30am. I did take a two hour break to watch a movie with the hubby (who is now asleep on the couch). I just can't believe I've been sitting here for the better part of almost 12 hours! Oh well. I know that this won't be happening once the little girl arrives in August... so now is a great time to get my site in order. I did a (FINAL) redesign of ChitChatMom.com (using the Thesis Theme I purchased) of the blog and I'm actually very happy with it. I've even got video! Can't wait till I can reveal my identity and start vlogging!

Hope you mamas (and papas) had a great Saturday.

Enjoy your evenings!

~ChitChatMom

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