ProBlogger set a challenge to look through our blog and in essence create a ‘sneeze page’ to share posts that you may not have seen, if you came in later in my blog life.
My first post was basically an announcement that I had switched to WordPress, followed up quickly with an announcement that I had added photos to our photo album. But my first ‘real’ post chronicled our horrid trip over 4th of July weekend to Disneyland when I was 8 months pregnant with Drama King.
A post you enjoyed writing the most
I always enjoy writing reviews of products and announcements that benefit our readers but I would have to say writing about the milestones our boys accomplish are always fun. My favorite, maybe because it recently happened, has to be Crossing The Blue Line where I talk about Little T’s swim lessons.
A post which had a great discussion
Not a lot of discussion since originally my blog was only for friends and family. I decided a few months to expand my readership and started out with 5 Minutes For Mom’s Ultimate Blog Party 2010 and soon we’ll be participating in another huge blog event, Blogmania.
A post on someone else’s blog that you wish you’d written
Heather over at Shhh… Mommy’s Hiding wrote a particularly home hitting post about Regular Moms vs Special Needs Moms. Every time I read it, yes I marked it as a favorite in Google Reader, I think about all that Tim and I have done or learned over Little T’s life. It’s no wonder when Erica or Rob have a question about a non-traditional method of parenting that they call us for advice.
Your most helpful post
My first and only at this moment for On The Grill because it provides a fabulous recipe for the best burgers we make plus a link to a recipe for some awesome fries.
A post with a title that you are proud of
I always try hard to come up with a catchy title but I think my iPad iCraze is my best title by far.
A post that you wish more people had read
Corn Dogs, Beef Jerky And a Sprinkle of Rain because the title is funny and completely describes our day at the county fair. And it makes me laugh just thinking about our day.