Tuesday, April 17, 2007

Overdone

Even I am tiring of the baby-related posts. I keep hoping that I'll check my blog and someone will have posted something deep, thought-provoking or even funny. It's mildly irritating that my life is so one-sided at the moment. Not that I think it should be anything but one-sided right now, no.

*sigh*

Where did all my blog-worthy correspondents go to? Would anyone like to do a guest post? Do any of you have topics or questions you would like me to address?

14 comments:

  1. Navel ring « Delta SApril 17, 2007 at 10:27 PM

    [...] Thursday, April 26th, 2007 in Kate, Survey, Motherhood (Edit) This is for Leah. [...]

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  2. Beck, we love hearing about your new baby. It's wonderful and it helps me to know that I'm not going through this alone. It encourages me to read other moms blogs about what their life is like with a baby. Also, I think it helps all new moms to stick together. It's difficult being a new mom. I think your "mom" posts do inspire people. They are thought inspiring.

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  3. I am not tired of the baby posts. Seriously. Please post more pictures of Kate. :)

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  4. My hubby's not from the meeting so that doesn't help, but my parents are Doug and Judy Clark, your mom might know them. Maybe we were at Lassen at the same time or something(that was 10 yrs ago for me)---were you friends with any of the Wood girls? or.... Maybe I'm just on smack!

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  5. So feeling for you! (I just linked to you through SAJ's blog) You look familiar, maybe from some conference way back. Anyway, I'm doing the baby thing too and I understand every bit of what you are experiencing, right down to the exploding boobs! I am nursing both my babies now and never sleep. I did a post about this on www.amommysramblings.blogspot.com (one of my other blogs)BTW your little bundle is super cute!Oh, and after baby #2 my belly button and ring are looking kinda saggy too, but I am giving a @#%^ expensive miracle cream a go, hopefully the results are worth it!

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  6. How about an easy one... like the proper way to load your new dishwasher.

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  7. I have an easy-to-do survey (ipod-related). Though I don't know if that's the diversity you're looking for. Also I second stephanie's comment (or at least the part about Kate)

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  8. How about you address the issue of women's role in the church, ministry and the home? That's what I've had to grapple with lately. I'm totally kidding. I love hearing about Kate and your new role as mother! It's exciting! Love you!

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  9. I want to hear about the navel ring. When did you get it? What made you want one? How did your community members and family react to it? What would you say if Kate wanted to pierce her eyebrow?

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  10. How about making yourself available on AIM again?I personally haven't seen you there since January 28.Perhaps more ideas will be forthcomming?

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  11. RYN: At one point it was revealed that Mindy and the other named "kids" were subsets of Inner Child. (Yes, my inner voices have their own inner voices, what of it? ':P)

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  12. If you want diversity I'll guest post a 3 day ride report of my trip through CA/NV over spring break.

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  13. It's hard to get out of the baby frame of mind when it is all baby, all the time. I feel the pain of my boring blog entries, but I think I've given up on trying to make it better. I like reading about your baby, though!

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  14. Beck, I think you should expound on your thoughts on student loans. I think once you graduate, your school or the government or whomever it is you're indebted to, should say, you know what, let's just forget the whole thing! You're off the hook! Bye-bye loans! Wheeee!Isn't that a good idea? OK, your turn! Ready? Go!

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