I am not a very good listener. In theory, this advice appeals to me. I like plans, especially when it comes to writing. If I’m going to publicly publish my family’s life, I want to calculate the risk involved in everything going awry.
So. Everything may go awry. I don’t have a plan. I am not launching a product, just a little blog about our family life and some of my own thoughts as a SAHM. It’s for the aunts and uncles, the friends across the country and abroad, and a few new friends I’ll make along the way who love blogging, parenting, encouraging, and learning as much as I do.
And, by the way, I don’t have time for this, so it should be interesting to see how often I’m able to publish posts. As I’m writing this, I’m nine months pregnant and a SAHM to a two-year-old. I have a freelance job and another little blog about baby names that I try to keep alive from time to time.
So why blog in the first place? It’s just something I love to do, and it’s also a great way to keep everyone in the loop when it comes to the exciting world of our household. You’re welcome, world wide web. You’re welcome.