Hi, there! I am not an expert at sewing, but it should be fun to try to make something out of all my old stuff. :) Today I blogged about a summer dress that I turned into a top that I will be wearing tonight. Fun, fun, fun! :) Thank you for the welcome to MBC! I look forward to taking a peek at your blog.
I tried to follow your blog but could not find the followers button. You have an outstanding blog chock full of very helfpul information for new Moms and Momstobe. I'm a Grandmother now, but still enjoy learning new things.
Glad it helped Olivia! I thought you might want that kind of feedback... was hoping you'd take it without being offended. :) I look forward to seeing what you come up with! Let me know when you're done - I'll love to have another look!!
Hi Olivia! I had a look at your blog header for you, and to answer your question - no, I personally don't think it's offensive. BUT, I do think you just need to decide on your audience for your blog. Of course a photo like that will appeal to some moms, and won't to others. If you're going for a broader range of women, then you may want to think about using something more inclusive feeling to mothers who perhaps can't breastfeed for some reason, etc. Some of those women may click straight off your page thinking it won't apply to them. But if you're only wanting to connect with a narrower audience (ie moms that are breastfeeding, etc) then I think you're fine to keep it. Just decide on your audience and then think about the first impression you'd like to make on them. It's the first impression that will then lead to a browse through your post titles, and then the post titles that will lead to them being read! Make sense? What do you think? Hope that feedback helps. :)
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