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May 30, 2011


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Michelle Twin Mum

I am definately coming along for your session at CM Rosie. I was looking at the schedule yesterday and decided.

Mich x

Rosie Scribble

Aww. Panic. Panic. It will be lovely to see a familiar face. Make sure you pull faces at me. I suppose I should start planning what I'm going to say now!


What a fab post. It's a brilliant journey you've been on - I know that sounds really shallow and x factorish but other, more inventive descriptions fail me right now! Go you!

Molly @ Mother's Always Right

It's posts like this that make me absolutely gutted I'm not going to be at Cybermummy this year. I would love to hear you speak. Really interesting and inspirational post. x


Boo hoo! I can't be at Cybermummy this year either - and I would SO come to your session! I know you'll be brilliant :D

Potty Mummy

Great post Rosie - as ever... See you at CM! x

Selina Kingston

No Rosie Scribble, thank you ! Your blog is very valuable because I recognise so much of what you write. I'm glad that your blog has helped you so much but the issues you have written about have helped so many of us too as have comments you have left on my blog. Just keep writing...please!

Catherine Cooper

Aww Rosie what a beautiful post. Good luck at Cybermummy x


It's amazing how something as simple as writing a blog can help us to grow so much, isn't it?
I wouldn't be who I am today if it weren't for blogging. And that's a good thing! :) x

Talli Roland

Thank *you* for blogging!


I'm glad you do blog!

This made me reflect on your blog over the past 4 years, and yes, I think you have "grown up", as you put it. Certainly you are more confident and more solid somehow. I remember liking Ingenious Rose as a name, but I like Rosie Scribble too (and I never dreamt about Ingenious Rose!)

Mwa (Lost in Translation)

I'm glad to listen - you are very much worth listening to. I know what you mean about the meaning of blogging as well. I've only been doing it for two years, but over the last few weeks I had no inspiration/time/energy and it hurt me.

Alexander Residence

I set off on a bit of a blog reading journey tonight, having felt a bit detached from mine. This is really inspiring and reminds me to get back to why I started blogging in the first place. Its my filing cabinet, the place where I sort ideas out and like you say find my voice.
Hope to see/hear you at Cybermummy :)

Rosie Scribble

We've been away for a few days and I didn't think about my blog at all. When we got back I felt very detached from it and didn't have a great deal of interest in writing anything. Then I wrote a review that was overdue and suddenly I got the blogging bug back and realised I couldn't manage without this outlet. Your blog is lovely. It sometimes easy to forget why on earth we do this, but I reckon it's worth it :)

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