Tuesday, April 14, 2009

Have your say...or just be one of the gang..or not



I am so excited that people seem to like reading my little blog as much as I enjoy writing it...and I want to encourage you all to get involved. I love reading your comments - it makes me feel like we're having a conversation rather than me just rabbiting on to myself.

So, please, if something I've written prompts a reaction in you, don't be shy - I'd love to hear from you (and I'm sure other readers would, too). Or, if you'd rather stay silent but want to keep up with the latest posts, you can always become a "follower"...it's a rather nifty way of keeping you up to date and saves you having to remember the last time you checked in. Just click on the "Follow" button to the right of the screen and follow the instructions.

If you don't want to do either, that's cool...I'm just happy you stop by occasionally!

5 comments:

Bells said...

comments are great. We all love them. I'm fairly new to your blog but enjoying it a lot!

Chantelle said...

Just wanted to say I love your blog.

Comments are great source of validation, aren't they? ;)

bugmum said...

Thanks to you both!

Have a way to go before I make the news as a mummy blogger like you, Chantelle! Well done...

Rowe said...

Hey Amanda,
I've happily discovered your blog through mamamia, one of my fave blogs for the sheer fun of it, and of course the serious side as well. I've only just started blogging recently, and I have not even scratched the surface of the blog pond. There are so many, and I think this whole realm is a fantastic alternative to commercial media. I love reading about what others are doing and thinking in their lives and reading the comments adds a further dimension on a range of topics.
Ps. what a lovely photo of you and your dear little people. I love babies and kiddies, they are constant work, 24/7, but imagine your life without them. NEVER.

bugmum said...

I agree, Rowe...I've found it a great way to feel "in touch" with the bigger world...being a full time mum can sometimes be isolating - the "blog pond" provides a great virtual community...