So, I had a real stupor of thought regarding the blog the last...year...or so. I wasn't sure how much time I wanted or was able to dedicate to maintaining it, and I wasn't really sure how many people would even notice if I just sort of faded away. Plus, it doesn't really seem like blogging is the vogue thing to do anymore unless you have a niche (ie style, food, decor, etc.) and I don't really have one.
Then, I thought about how annoyed I felt when bloggers I followed (or, in some cases, ahem, stalked) stopped posting updates about their families and lives and I wondered if anyone felt the same about me (HAHAHAHA lez be honest...). Maybe there were people out there who were actually interested in my little corner of the world and missed seeing pictures of my adorable children (because, I mean, who wouldn't?)
Finally, I realized that in some ways, blogging could 1. be a much-needed outlet for me; and 2. be a great way to keep track of the things my kids say and do. They're so freaking hilarious all the time, and it's so easy to forget all their little quirks if I don't write them down.
So, even if no one else really cares, I'm blogging again. For me.
I heard it said once (by my husband, probably, since he's my only fan) that my Friday Letters posts were entertaining. I DID enjoy the stream-of-consciousness feel of those posts, so I'm going to move them to Mondays and call them "Monday Memos," because I'm cutesy like that.
Since I have a year's worth of happenings that went unblogged and catching up is always so tedious, I'm going to do Flashback Friday every week to fill y'all in on the highs and lows.
And, since blogging MWF is such a nice, organized structure, Wednesdays will be dedicated to the current happenings in the Christensen household. That will give me plenty of flexibility too..."What I Wore", "What I Made", "Where We Went", "Who's in Trouble"...you get the idea.
So, there's the plan. For anyone that cares. Even if it's just me.
And since blogs are crazy boring without pictures, I'll oblige you with some beauties of the kids from Easter. You're welcome.