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NaBloPoMo (one day late already!)

I just learned it is National Blog Posting Month; a challenge for bloggers to write a post a day for a month in the hopes of it becoming a habit and to start posting more.

Ohhhh, yeah. I could certainly use some incentive!

My poor readers. You've been so patient with my sporatic writing. Please know there are usually several pieces in the works, but due to various constraints, they don't get finished as quickly as I want them to.

 I have three going right now: one about UCs (big surprise!), one about the movie "Away We Go" and another about "Babies." And each day I ask a question on my Facebook Navelgazing Midwife page and think those discussions would fit in nicely here.

Seriously, if I spent less time in Facebook, I'd be posting a whole lot more. But, it isn't like I just wander around and play games... I do not play games... but I answer questions, participate in discussions and the like. Still, it would be good to hang out here in BlogLand instead of Facebook.

So, at least for this month, I'll write something each day. You have my word.

Reader Comments (4)

I´m really looking forward to your take on Babies. I saw it with my younger brother (he´s 5) a few days ago, and I thought it was very interessting, both for him and me.

November 2, 2010 | Unregistered CommenterMaria

Can you write a blog about high blood pressure/preeclampsia? I feel like the issue is getting very fogged by doctors lately, and I'd like to know more about when induction and c-section are appropriate.

November 2, 2010 | Unregistered CommenterMeg

Hooray!!! Can't wait to see more. Just watched Babies and Away We Go. Husband is still joking about finding my vagina (I'm 34 weeks pregnant)! LOL

November 3, 2010 | Unregistered CommenterSilvia

Suggestion for one of your days (nablopomo) - milk sharing. :-)


November 10, 2010 | Unregistered CommenterSam

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