Sunday, September 28, 2008

Blogging for 3 years

I started this blog on Sept 16th, 2005 and I can NOT believe how big the kids have gotten and changed since that first post. Sandra is the one that reminded me to take a look back through some of my old posts. She found the one with my favorite pics and commented on it. Over the next couple of days I am going to go on blogroll and look at old posts from some of you. So, look forward to getting comments from the beginning of your blogs! My blog was set up so that our family and friends that live out of state and out of the country could keep up with what the kids are doing and see their pics. I encourage you to post why you started your blog.


Traci @ The Bakery said...

You know, I started my blog because I was sick during the Christmas break and started reading one....from the beginning. I loved how it was a journal that the entire family could read or others in distant places. I left SEVERAL comments on that first you know that she has NEVER commented me...not even on her weird. I still check it out every now and again....just don't comment anymore. Would you call that snob haaaaaa. I don't really know what direction I want my blog to go....I'm too random...if I think others might like to know/see/read it, I'll post it. Congrats on your blogiversay!!! Are you going to do a giveaway? I'm voting for the CHAIR....yeah.....she'll never know....just kidding. Have a blessed Sunday!

Sandra said...

lol What a fun post and you linked me too! hahaha

That spider is good timing for Halloween. Eewh ~creepy~


zum the mum said...

Hi neighbor! I found your blog via Mamma Cakes (Kathy Short). How fun! I haven't been blogging nearly as long as you, but it's been fun none the less.

Hope all is well at your house. We've been so busy lately, I don't think I've seen y'all in a while.

Have a great week! -Melissa

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