September 2014 | Rosy Cheeks & Muddy Feet

Day Thirty - Goodbye Blog-tember.

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Day 30 - A farewell coffee date. Take some time to breath, sip a warm drink, and share with your new blogging buddies. If you'd like a prompt: how did the Blog-tember challenge go for you? Any surprises? What was your favorite prompt, or what would you like to see included next time?


I cannot believe that we are at the end of the month already! Where did it go? I've loved this challenge and I really hope that Bailey Jean organises another one! Some prompts were easier than others and some made me really have to stop and think. Some took me out of my comfort zone, but that's a good thing. I think it's easy when you're blogging to get stuck in a rut and to always write about the same things. This challenge has reminded me that you can write about anything! Tell a story about anything! Reading other people's post over the past thirty days has been inspiring and an eye opener.. I'm sad to see it end.

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Today being the 30th means that a certain little lady is 14 months old today.. (talk about time flying by..) 

I'm going to do her update tomorrow so in the mean time..  


September, it's been fun...




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Day Twenty-Nine - Blogging Advice.

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Day 29 - What are your go-to blogging resources? What would you recommend to a beginner?

I've only been blogging for just under four years so I'm still a novice in the whole blog world. I'm still trying to find my place here and I've struggled finding my voice. I wrote a post a while back about what type of category I fall into. Mummy blogger? Lifestyle blogger? Then I decided that I didn't need to fit into any category. It's my little space where I can write what I want. I can share what I want. I love coming here after the kids have gone to bed, opening up a new post and just writing. It's my release and what keeps me sane! 




Advice for New Bloggers. 

Be Yourself - The biggest piece of advice I would give you is to just be yourself. Don't try to force it. If you want to write about you children. Do it. If you want to share DIY projects or cooking recipes  Do it! I have a list of blogs that I love and read religiously and the reason I love them is because the people behind them are authentic and real. 

Layout - The one things that will turn me away from a blog is if their layout is all over the place. I like to be able to read the posts properly, see the photos and find different sections, such as an About Me page or a Contact Me tab. 

No Reply Blogger - I get so disappointed when I receive a comment on my blog, I go to reply through email and then I find out that they are a 'No Reply Blogger' which basically means they do not have an email address linked with their account. It takes two minutes to do and will help so much with connecting with your readers. (To add an email address to your account. Go to your Blogger Profile and on the left hand side is an email option) 

Social Media - Twitter, Facebook, Instagram.. They're all your friends in the world of blogging! I use them all but not all for my blog.. Twitter is mainly for my blog whereas I keep my Facebook private. Pick and choose which ones you like :)


And before I go. I want to say thank you. To the people who take the time to read my blog. To those that then take the time to send me a comment or a lovely email. I read and respond to every single one (unless you're a no reply blogger! Ha!) I have come to love this blogging community and that's mostly down to you!


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Day Twenty-Eight - Highs Vs Lows.

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Day 28 - What were your highs and lows for this month?


I consider myself lucky. We're not rich. We don't have a big house or lots of expensive things but on the other hand we don't have big problems. Our home life is good. We have a stable relationship and our children are happy and healthy. Todays prompt is about the highs and lows of this month. Thankfully there has been a lot more highs than lows. 


Highs..

... James settling in so well to his new class. I cannot believe that he is in Year One. I'm so proud of our not-so-little-boy. 

... Anthony finally finishing a three week stint of working nights. That was brutal on all of us but especially him. 

... Watching my Mum fulfil her dream of jumping out of an aeroplane. Then a week later she turned 50! 

... Facing my fears and spending an evening in a restaurant with my family to help my Mum celebrate her birthday. 

... Emilie took her first two steps last week! She hasn't taken any since but that's possibly because I screamed when she did those first steps and I may have put her off walking for life.

... Anthony turned 33! We had a little get together at home with some friends. It was low key because he was still on nights but still fun! 




Lows...

... Emilie has a viral infection and hasn't been well for nearly a week now. Baby girl is miserable with a capital M. She is off her food and spends most of her day crying :(

... James also has a cold but hopefully is on the back end of it now. 

...  I've  been more stressed that normal the past few weeks and I guess I've been letting my to-do list overwhelm me.  I don't like the stressed version of me.

... James fell over whilst running at the beginning of the month and cut all his face down one side, across his forehead and over his nose. It looked awful and it's only healed properly this past week.  


Definitely more highs than lows! September hasn't been too bad to us! 




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Day Twenty-Seven - A Wish List.

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Day 27 - What's on your wish list?


An iPhone 5. I had one but it was stolen last year. Since then I've been using an iPhone 4 and it just isn't the same.




A Nikon D7000. My sister recently purchased one and I can see why they are so expensive. If I had an overflowing bank account this would be the first thing on my list!




A sleigh bed. I have no idea why but I've always wanted one.



A trip to New York. Preferably at Christmas but I'll take anytime. I'm not picky :) My Mum just got back yesterday. She spent her 50th birthday there and looking at her photos makes me all the more eager to go.. 



Just three more days of the blog-tember challenge left! Can you believe how fast it has gone? I think we need to do another month!  



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Day Twenty-Six - A Better Me.

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Day 26 - How have you changed in the past year?

I just looked at the rest of the prompts for this month and I cannot believe how close to the end we are! I missed the day that we had to make a Vlog, due to my own insecurities, and this past Saturday due to me trying to juggle too many things. Apart from that though, I'm quite proud that I've managed everyday! Not easy with two little ones running around. I'm sad that this is nearly over. 

So today's prompt is how I've changed in the past year. I'm actually going to say the past two years. You'll see why. 

Two years ago I wrote this post. I had recently been prescribed medication to help me cope with depression & anxiety caused by my Emetophobia. I was struggling with life and just the day to day tasks were such a challenge for me. This post was my turning point. The medication was starting to work and I was feeling happier. Then in the December I found out that I was pregnant with Emilie and I had to stop taking my tablets. I was scared. Was I going to go backwards? Thankfully, I didn't notice any change and to this day I am coping without them. 

In the past two years I have come on in leaps and bounds with regards to my Emetophobia. Before I would have 15-20 anxiety attacks everyday. Just leaving the house would make me nervous and I cannot begin to tell you how many plans I had to cancel because the anxiety was crippling. 

The biggest change came in me when I fell pregnant. I was nauseous for pretty much the whole of the pregnancy, (there was no second trimester glow for me!) Although as a person that suffers from the fear of vomiting, it was awful to feel that way for 37 weeks, it helped me in a way that nothing else had. I am still terrified of it. I still feel that crippling fear but it doesn't consume me anymore. When I was suffering with all those anxiety attacks every day they were easy to cope with because I was so use to them that I kind of went on auto pilot. Now when I have one, because they are so few and far between I don't cope as well as I did because I'm not use to them anymore. I'll take that over what it was like though. I was constantly putting on a happy face. I would wake up in the morning and dread another day. I felt like such a failure, like I couldn't cope with life and I was so worried that it was affecting me being a good mother. 

I now have good days and bad days. When the kids are unwell, I go to pieces. I do what I have to do but inside I am a wreck. On normal days though I am happy. i don't let the fear get to me like I use to. I don't wake up dreading what the day will bring. I am by no means free from my Emetophobia and I don't think I ever will be, but I am a better me. 




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Day Twenty Five - A Guest Post.

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Day 25 - Grab a guest post! Swap blogs with someone, and share about anything. :)

I've been both anxious and excited about this particular prompt. Anxious because I've never written for someone else's blog and excited because I've never had someone else write for mine! Today, I am welcoming Helen from I Will Bloom to my little space here. I met her through this link-up and I am so glad that I did. She is one of the warmest people that I have met in a long time and it's kind of uncanny in how similar that we are. Helen is an amazing writer and her words never fail to touch me. Head over to her blog and say Hi :)

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Guest post day today and Liane came up with the brilliant idea of writing about what advice we’d give to our children when they’re 20. Thanks Liane: it was difficult - hit me at a difficult time - but here goes:

For my children, my precious son and my beautiful daughter:

I want you to know, above everything, that my love for you goes beyond any possible boundaries. I used to say, when you were little, “I love you sooooooo much” and you both used to ask me, “Mama. How much?” and I’d say, “To the moon and back one hundred times” and you’d both sit there and stare at me wide-eyed and ask, “Only that much?” and I’d reply, tickling you, “I can’t tell you how much I love you because it’s more love than there is in the whole world. So much love it almost makes me almost burst, its almost too big for my body”. As I write this, I have images flashing through my mind of you both: of your smiles, your beautiful eyes, your laughter, of your unique little gestures and mannerisms and ways of saying things. I could sit and watch you both for hours and never get bored, just sitting and watching you gives me so much delight. 

I’m remembering, now, when you asked me, last night, after the thunder had woken you up, “Is it morning already, Mama?” and of you, my son, my 8 year old boy, rushing to my arms, for a hug, because the thunder had woken you up and you were shaking, you were so scared. Both of you all sleepy eyed and stumbly words, you were so tired. Both of you asking if you could get in to bed with me because you were scared. I think of this and I hope you’ll always see me as someone who’ll offer you shelter, whatever the situation. However bleak something seems, you must always know that you can always, but always, come to me and I will help you. Whatever it is. However small - or however big - it is, this thing that’s bothering you, I willalways be there to help you, to hold your hand when necessary, to pick you up when you fall. Mistakes are opportunities to learn, to grow. You should never be afraid of making mistakes because that’s where the opportunities to do bigger and better things are. Don’t ever be afraid of making mistakes. You should be worried if you’re not making mistakes. 

From the moment I felt you both moving, fluttering, in my belly, I felt the most immense connection with you and the most profound love for you both. A love like no other, a love you’ll only know the force of once you have children of your own. I’ve only ever wanted what’s best for you both, and I hope you’ll see that, even at times when we’ve perhaps not seen eye to eye about something, you realise that I only had your best interests at heart. It’s my place, as your Mama, to guide you as best as I can whilst allowing you to find your own, unique, paths. You amaze me every single day with your creativity and ingenuity, your sense of humour, your wit and grace. You both make me so very proud. You, my son, please, always keep your sense of awe. You, my daughter, always stay fierce. These unique, and special, qualities you have are what make you you: please don’t ever lose sight of who you are and, please, never let anyone tell you you’re less than everything, all the amazing things, you are. Never settle forless when you’re so obviously destined for more

I’m here for you, with open arms, with a full heart, a full head of knowledge and more than five decades of wisdom. I can’t wait to see what path you blaze in the world and will support you fully, 100%, in whatever it is you choose to do, as long as I see that what you’ve chosen to do lights you up and allows you to use all of your many talents to the fullest. I won’t let you settle. I wouldn’t be doing my job, as your Mama, if I let you settle for something that’s not allowing you to be everything you could be. I don’t care if that’s a singer or a painter or a banker or a cabinet maker. I just want you to know that whatever you choose is OK with me, as long as whatever you choose is something you love and something that makes you shine with a light from deep inside. Life’s too short to do something you don’t enjoy, something that doesn’t let you live your passion. 

I hope, most of all, that I gave you a life you enjoyed and that I gave you the tools you need to navigate life as an adult, with fairness and grace. You’ll have met, and will meet, many kinds of people. Some of them will build you up, some of them will try to tear you down. Treat them all equally. With kindness and respect. It’s not anyone’s place to judge others, because we can never know where the other person is coming from, what’s leading them to behave as they do. So, never judge. Never let anyone’s behaviour make your own behaviour less than acceptable. You have a responsibility to yourself to be fair and respectful and kind. Kindness is, as you know, a very important quality. It can smooth arguments, sooth people’s paths, help heal wounds. It’s powerful. Remember that. 

Remember, also, to always be thankful, grateful, for all that you are and all that you have. You can live happily with few material possessions, but make sure that you always have a rich inner life: a rich, and supportive, circle of friends; a happy disposition, cultivated from self-knowledge, self-acceptance and self-love; an active - and, importantly - an open mind; and enough motivation that you never stagnate. And if you do feel you stagnate, I hope I’ve gifted you enough will power and motivation that you move out of that state quickly. Life is to belived. Urgently. Fully. Please don’t ever forget that. 

I love you, my darlings, much more than one hundred times to the moon and back. I love you more than I love life itself.

Mama xxx




Thank you for your post today Helen!

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Day 24 - Autumn Goals!

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Day 24 - Your fall bucket list. What do you want to do before winter rolls around?



1// Read three new books.. After Emilie was born I didn't have time to read anything, let alone a book! This past four days though I started and managed to finish a whole book! I want to keep this trend going. 

2// Pick Blackberries with James. We've never done it and I know that he will love it. 

3// Carve pumpkins. James loves doing this every year and I always look forward to it. 

4// Buy winter clothes! I have none. Oops! 

5// Take part in NaNoWriMo.. Something else that I've never done but this blog-tember challenge has inspired me and taken me out of my comfort zone a little so I want to take advantage of that and expand on it. What better time, right? 

What do you want to do before Winter comes along? 



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Day 22 - Five Favourite Bloggers!

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Day 22 - Introduce us to 5 blogs you read on the regular, and tell us why!


Over the past couple of months I have been on the hunt for new blogs to read. I haven't been left disappointed! I have found some awesome ladies to go with some blogs that I have been reading for years. Today I'll share five of them with you. It's going to be tough to narrow them down! 



I found Samantha's Blog earlier this year and after reading only one post I was hooked. She is a military wife with two gorgeous kiddos. Her posts range from funny to heart wrenching. Her husband is currently deployed and I can relate to so many emotions that she is feeling at the moment having dealt with five deployments myself.




I have been reading Nici's blog for about four years now and her writing blows me away every time. She lives in Montana, has two beautiful girls and runs her own business from home. I have no idea how she fits it all in unless she never sleeps! I always leave Nici's blog feeling uplifted :)




I found Helen through this very link up and I am so glad that I did. She is a survivor, a fighter and a beautiful person. Every post she writes touches me and I am looking forward to getting to know her better!





Oh how I love Sandra's blog. She is the type of Stay at Home Mom that I aspire to be! Her posts have such a warm, genuine feeling to them. When I read something that she has written I honestly feel like I am sat in her living room, drinking a cup of coffee with her. I love a blog when the writer makes you feel connected.




Whitney is another one that I have been following for years. I think it's actually been five years now. She is married with two boys and is beautiful both on the inside and out. Her blog header reads 'Finding the charm in chores and the magic in motherhood' and she definitely does that! I have a smile on my face every time I read her posts.


So.. There's five of my favourites. I could go on & on and this was so tough trying to choose just five! Go and check these lovely ladies out. You won't be disappointed!



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Day Twenty-One - Fall Favourites.

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Day 21 - Fall Favorites. What do you love most about this season?

How are we on Day 21 of the Blog-tember challenge already? It's flying by.. I love today's prompt. Autumn, hands down, is my favourite season.
Here's why.. 



Chilly mornings with the hint of sun. Lazy weekends. 
The fair coming to town. Earlier nights. Hunkering down. 
Hot chocolate. Christmas movies. Halloween. Homemade soup. 
Jumpers. Scarfs. Boots. 
Afternoon rain showers, 
Casseroles made with my slow cooker. 
The X-Factor! Snuggling with blankets. 
Conkers. Leaves starting to fall off trees. 
Sleeping with the windows open whilst under a big quilt.
Pumpkins. Warm Apple crumble with cream. 
Morning walks. Crunchy leaves. Fresh air. 




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Day Twenty - Our Days!

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Day 20 - Share a day in the life. Pictures, timelines, stats, however you like.


Both James and Emilie are just like me. They like routine and structure. Maybe it's a baby thing or maybe it's just my kids but from the moment I put James into a routine when he was six months old he took to it like a duck to water. Now he's five, he doesn't really have a 'routine' anymore but of course now we have our second baby and although she took longer to get the hang of the routine, she now loves it. At midday every day, she comes to me with her dummy and starts waving. Yep, she waves when she wants to go to bed. After dinner she will sit in her high chair and shout 'Bath, bath..' She knows that after dinner comes bath time and then bed time. My routine with her was loosely based on Gina Ford.. (No hate please!) Now that she is on just one nap a day though we've kind of just found our own little rhythm. Our days, especially during the week when James is at school, are pretty much the same... The general outline is... 

6-6.30am - Emilie wakes up first. Between 4am to 6am she is very unsettled but I refuse to let her out of bed before 6am.. Before that this Mummy doesn't function very well! Anthony has already left for work, so we head downstairs so she can have her milk. She still sits on my lap and I have to feed her.. My toddler-but-still-a-baby :)

7am - James gets up.. He has breakfast.. Get's dressed and does his teeth whilst Emilie has her breakfast. 

7.30am - We all walk the dog together. James isn't fond of this. I keep trying to tell him that a morning walk is one of the best ways to start your day. He isn't really buying it.. Ha!

8.30am - We leave to take James to school. It's only a 12 minute walk but lately with the rain it feels like an hour! Emilie and I get home about 9.05am. 

9.15am-11am - This time I try and devote solely to Emilie. I might throw a load of washing in the machine or empty the dishwasher but we normally spend this time playing, exploring the garden or dancing around the kitchen. My baby loves music and now raises her hands in the air whilst shouting 'Da' 'Da' - (Dance!) 



11am - Emilie has lunch. She eats quite early but she likes to eat before her nap :) I use this time to clean the kitchen.

12 Midday - Emilie goes for her nap. This last normally till around 2-2.15pm.. It's only been the last few weeks that she sleeps without waking up every 35 minutes so I am loving having some down time during the day! I try to sit down with a drink and just relax for some of it before getting on with some cleaning! 

2.20pm - Emilie has some more milk and then we head out to get James from school. 

3.30pm - We get home. I love hearing about James' day at school. We spend some time together and then I get dinner started. This is a manic time of day! 



4.15pm - The kids eat dinner whilst I tidy the kitchen and chat to them both. We then walk the dog again. 

5pm - The kids get their baths. This is Emilie's favourite time of day! She goes mental in the bath :) They then get their PJ's on and we wait for Daddy to come home! 



6pm - Anthony normally gets home around now. Sometimes he has to work late so the kids might already be in bed but he likes to try and get home before bed time. The kids jump over him, he eats, whilst the kids are still jumping and shouting 'Daddy'.. They also try to steal his food!



6.15pm - Emilie has her bedtime milk and around 6.45pm goes up to bed. I kiss her goodnight, lay her down and off she goes. James then gets to spend some time with Anthony whilst I tidy up. James goes up to bed between 7-7.30pm.

7.30pm - Silence! Peace & quiet! I finish all the little jobs, Anthony & I spend some time together. We might watch something on TV or some nights he'll play some x-box whilst I blog. It's just a nice relaxing time of day. 

Our days are structured but have some wriggle room. I feel so lucky that I get to be at home with them and not have to split my time between them, housework and an outside job. I think that I have the best job in the world with the cutest little side-kicks but then again, I am slightly biased :)



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Day Nineteen - Be Yourself.

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Day 19 - If you could give one piece of advice to a large group of people, what would it be?

Okay, firstly if I was stood in front of a large group of people and expected to put a coherent sentence together then I would be a nervous wreck. Public speaking scares the bejesus out of me. I use to hate it at school when we had to do a class presentation. My heart would be pounding, my palms would be sweaty and I would stumble over my words. 

If I had to though... I would tell them to not be afraid to be themselves. To not change themselves just to try and fit in. To follow their hearts and do what makes them happy and not to do something just to make the crowd happy. This is something that I struggle with on a daily basis. I always feel like I need to fit into a mould.. Like I should meet other peoples expectations instead of doing something that I feel is right for me. As I'm getting older I think I'm getting slightly better at this but I still have to catch myself on occasions and think, is this something that I want or something that I think other people want?


{Via}

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Day Eighteen - My Favourite Place.

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Day 18 - Tell a tale of traveling, a city or country you've been to or a favorite vacation.


I've only ever left England twice. Both times I was a child and to be honest I hate planes. I'm terrified of flying so I'm more than happy to stay here ;) Saying that though, it is my dream to visit America one day. I have so many places that I want to see. New York, Las Vegas, Florida, Chicago and many many more!

When I first met Anthony he was already in the Army and was based in Windsor. I would go and stay with him in barracks on some weekends that he couldn't get home. I fell in love with Windsor overnight and I have such fond memories of us as a young couple spending Saturday nights out for dinner and Sunday mornings walking down the Long Walk. To me it is a magical & beautiful place. If it wasn't so expensive to live there then I'd move there in a heartbeat! 







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Day Sixteen - Most People Don't Know This....

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I cannot believe how quickly this month is flying past! What am I going to do at the end of the month when there are no more prompts?! The skeletons are coming out of the closet with todays prompt! 

Day 16 - "Most people don't know this but..."


.... I was married before I met Anthony. I was young, naive and very very stupid. Most people don't believe me when I tell them that I'm married for the second time. When I married Anthony several people asked me how I knew that it was right the second time around. My reply was always the same.. "When it's been so wrong, you know when it's right." 


.... I am a survivor of child sexual abuse. I was seven and it was a family member. I hid it until the age of 13 and it took me a long time to deal with it and be able to move on. 


.... I do not speak to my Dad. I've given him chance after chance and in the end I got to the point where I felt like enough was enough. He has never met Emilie and I doubt he ever will. 



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Day Fifteen - Mood Board!

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Day 15 - Make a mood board. Are you brainstorming a room re-do, or are you dreaming of glamping with gal-pals? Share a collage of any kind!


I am in the middle of a little DIY project at the moment so this came at the right time! I've wanted an office for a while now. Somewhere I can sit at night once the kids are in bed and write. Somewhere I can store all our paperwork without it being scattered around the house like it is now. Our house though is tiny and only has two bedrooms so a whole room dedicated to an office is out of the question. A few weeks ago though I decided that the cupboard underneath our stairs would be perfect for a little office nook! It was filled with random things that didn't have a home. I spoke to Anthony who thought I was mad but gave me the go ahead. So far I have cleaned it all out and am currently in the middle of painting it. Trying to fit in painting during nap times is frustrating! I just want to get it done. I've also purchased a desk.. That's as far as I've gotten. I know exactly what I want it to look like and I need to have it done by next month though so I can use it for NaNoWriMo in November!


It's a tiny space so I'm using light colours and maximising the walls with shelves where I can. I want it to be warm and inspiring though and not just look like I'm sat in a cupboard under the stairs! 




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Day Fourteen - Blogging.

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Day 14 - When did you start blogging and why?


Back in the beginning of 2004 all my friends were raving about Live Journal. Every night they would sit at their computers and write about their days and then comment on each other entries. After a while I decided to give it a go too. I've always loved writing and I found the whole process very therapeutic. After a year or so most of my real life friends left Live Journal, never to blog again. I carried on though and made some good friends who I still talk to today. I enjoyed connecting with people, sharing our lives and watching them get engaged, find new jobs and start having babies. 

In 2011 I started to feel like I had outgrown Live Journal. I then found blogger and the whole 'public' aspect of it kind of scared me. My Live Journal was private so only people who I chose could read it. It took me a few months to gather the courage to make the switch and for a few months after that I went back and forth. Finally though, I committed to Blogger and 'For Those Little Moments' was born which at the beginning of this year changed to 'Rosy Cheeks & Muddy Feet' 

It hasn't all been plain sailing. I found with Live Journal that there was a lot of interaction between me and my 'friends' on there. That all stopped when I changed to Blogger. We all know that over here you have to build a readership and honestly, it's still slow going. I have found some blogs and the writers behind them that I love though. I find myself getting excited when they share good news and I commiserate with them when things get tough. 

I still find the whole process of sitting down to write a post, editing photos and choosing which ones to share very therapeutic. Sometimes when I have a mind full of thoughts and emotions swirling around it helps me to get it out. I love the fact that I can go back and read posts from three years ago and quite regular I do just that.. I end up getting lost for a few hours remembering what we were up to back then. The funny things James said, how small he was. I still have my log in for Live Journal and occasionally I go back to the beginning and re-read what I wrote (Oh my, some of it is cringe worthy!) I won't delete that account though. I started blogging as an 18 year old girl who was in a new relationship and now I am a married, Mum of two. I love to see how I've changed. How far me and Anthony have come as a couple. How we've gone from being kids together to parents. 

There may come a time when I don't want to blog, to share our lives with the world, but I don't see that time coming any time soon. Sorry blogger, you're pretty much stuck with me!



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