Thursday, October 19, 2006

one plus one is three

I thought starting a baby blog would be a good idea because it would allow me to talk ad nauseum about my pregnancy while keeping my "regular" blog from becoming a "Mommy blog". Now I'm not so sure. While I am glad I have the two separate blogs—and now a third that my colleague and I have started for our student group—I feel as though I'm spreading my self thin when it comes to blog fodder.

Maybe I should get that book everyone keeps talking about. You know the one, "No One Cares What You Had for Lunch: 100 Ideas for Your Blog". Then again, that just seems like a sellout to me. I mean, am I so dull that I can't come up with stuff to write about on my own?

No, it's just feels like my entire life is revolving around work and the pregnancy right now. As I suppose it will. Fall quarter is always extra busy and this whole pregnancy thing is so new and fascinating to me, that how can I not be extra involved with it? I have a doctor's appointment tomorrow that I'm super excited about—it seems like forever since I've heard the heartbeat. Of course "forever" really means a month, but so much has changed with my body since then that I'm excited to hear how things are going. Fall quarter is winding down and in just a few short weeks I'll have a week off and a new schedule to look forward to.

So, for now this is how it will be. My posts may be short and sporadic, but I will not combine the two blogs. I would love for you to pop in on both of them, but if you're anti-baby anything, then I understand. And, if you've bought and love the book, then let me know why I must have it—or just send me a copy.

7 comments:

Mr. Fabulous said...

What DID you have for lunch? :)

DutchBitch said...

Hey! You just post as much as you feel like it. We'll be over to read anyway! Blogs should not be a burden.

And I am with Fab: what did you have?

❉ pixie ❉ said...

If you must know—Bob Evans. I was all about the variety so I had: Country Fried Steak, Mashed Potatoes, Bread & Celery Dressing, Buttermilk Bisquit, and Mac & Cheese. It was so much food I brought half the entire meal (minus the M&C which I ate for dinner) home to Josh. Mmmmmm...

❉ pixie ❉ said...

If you must know—Bob Evans. I was all about the variety so I had: Country Fried Steak, Mashed Potatoes, Bread & Celery Dressing, Buttermilk Bisquit, and Mac & Cheese. It was so much food I brought half the entire meal (minus the M&C which I ate for dinner) home to Josh. Mmmmmm...

Think Frustrated said...

I'm the same way about my blog. People stopped coming because of the sporacidy (did I just make that up? I'm sure it's a word.) of my posting. I only post when I actually have something to say, not just to post for posting's sake. I still miss most of the time on my posts.

Vegas Princess said...

It is your blog, you post when you want to! And I'll still come by and read it when you do.

Lynda said...

I think you should post what you want to. It is your blog. Plus, I have you on bloglines, so I will check up on you often. :)