Tuesday, June 26, 2012

What my blog is all about



Today's blog topic...why I have my blog. Good question! I started out blogging to document my pregnancy. My mom and dad lived in Seattle while we were in California and I wanted them to be able to see weekly progress of my growing belly. It turns out that I was pregnant at the same time as a friend from jr. high and she had a blog as well. We would read each others blogs and now she is one of my best friends. Having a blog to look back on with my first pregnancy is very special to me. I love reading about my pregnancy experience. After I gave birth I updated for  several months about our little one's growth and milestones, but I eventually set my blog on the back burner (our house burned down 5 days before Christmas 2009 and it was stressful to say the least) Then we got back into our rebuilt house (from the ground up) and I got pregnant again I started up another blog. I blog at least once a month during the school year, but during the summer I blog frequently. I blog about everything...my life, my kids, my hubby, being the wife of a police officer, I love decorating and crafting so I blog about that, life as a working mom...really anything that comes to mind, but mostly topics about my family.

7 comments:

  1. I'm excited to read more about your blog! It's not that often you come across someone that is also a police officers wife. Thanks for the comment!!! =)

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  2. Thanks for stopping by my blog! So glad to have found your blog. I cannot even imagine having your house burn down and rebuilding. Wow!Enjoy your summer off and home with your boys!

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  3. Visiting from Jenna's Journey. I am a teacher in public schools, also. It is a difficult job, but so rewarding. It's nice to meet you.

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  4. Hi! I'm stopping by from Jenna's. What a sweet family you have. Blessings, Dani

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  5. Hi! Glad to meet you! I'm a visitor from the commenting challenge! :) Oh, my! I can't imagine having the whole house needing to be replaced. In 2008, I had to do *half* of the house and I thought that was tough!

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