Friday, October 24, 2008

Well, I Always Knew I Was a Trendsetter

But I never thought it would be my own kids who would be following in my footsteps. Probably they won't be in too many areas, but it seems they both have caught the blogging bug from me.


A few days ago, I told you about Emily's new blog A Girl in the Gulf. She's been so excited and encouraged by all your comments so big hugs to all of you. I, on the other hand, am shocked that none of y'all saw the cat, but I will let it go. That photo may appear here one day with a full explanation of how I find a cat in that hole, but for now, I'll let it go. Although every time I drive by it (which is several times a day!) I wonder, "how do they not see it?!?!?!"


But I digress...


Now the cutest boy in the world, Daniel (seen here with part of his nutcracker collection, trying to look as serious as they are) has started his own blog too. Emily has already promoted it on her blog, but if you haven't checked it out, well, most of us won't feel that we are missing much. HOWEVER, if you have a kid that is into video games, please have them go and check it out. It's all about the video game cheats that he's discovered in his "way-too-much-time-playing-video-game" life. It's called Cheating Like Crazy, which I think is actually a pretty cute name! So, be a doll and go give him a little bloggy love too.
I promise this will be the last time. Trust me, Hubby has WAAAAAY too many privacy issues to ever start a blog!

2 comments:

Nancy M. said...

I saw the cat, after I really looked at it. I'm not sure if I would have if, I hadn't been looking for it, though.

My son has been visiting your son's page. He loves video games too. And has a collection of Nutcrackers also! How weird is that? I think they could be great friends too!

Debbie said...

I love that you're a trendsetter for your children. It's also good practice in writing skills and learning to communicate. Good for you!

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