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September 13, 2010


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Selina Kingston

I agree. It's great, isn't it. I can't imagine a time when I won't be blogging


OMG I am SOOOOO glad my mother doesn't blog.

Anyway. Great post! I am totally on the same page as you. I love blogging. I love the community that develops through blogs. I really wish there was a blogging community when my 12 yo was little---I can see how it must be such a huge hep to so many new mums. It helps me and Im not a new mum!!


Liz (LivingwithKids)

Lovely post Rosie.

I also would not recommend blogging to my mother. Unfortunately she's making lots of noises about it.

She still calls emails enumbers.

Whimsical Wife

Oh I totally agree lovely! I just love the fact you can pick a topic and someone can offer stacks of advice - its a fabulous resource!


Jeezo, my Mum blogging, there's a scary thought. I can barely understand her text messages, she seems to think that they need to be in code with as few whole words as possible. And she sends them twice every time. But my writing has prompted her to write all of her memories down, type them up, and present them to my sister and I. She realised that we didn't know any awful lot about her as a person, so that was kind of cool.

Blogging. Definitely a love/hate thing, couldn't agree more, but I also can't imagine not doing it, or remember what I did with my time before !

Muddling Along Mummy

Really true - and yes I can't imagine my Mum reading my blog or shudder blogging

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