life (in general)

my new gig

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Starting today, you’ll be able to find me in a new spot. I’ll be writing for the babycenter website as part of their group of blogs called, Momformation. I’ll be there pretty often, (five times a week! yikes!) writing about topics of inspiring creativity in our children. 

But I promise I won’t neglect this space either. I’ve described this new transition as having another baby. In the beginning you think, "how am I EVER going to do this? How am I going to get all these things done? I’ll never have the time." But eventually, you find your rhythm again and life finds its new routine and pattern. So for now, bear with me as I get through those first few weeks with this ‘new born’ project.

I’m really excited about it. Nervous. Feeling completely inadequate for the task, but excited nonetheless. And it would really help me out if you’d stop by to say hello every now and then. The momformation readers are pretty shy about comments it seems. But I know most of you aren’t.

My first ‘get to know me’ post is here. When you get the chance, I’d love it if you’d stop by and check it out.

And one more thing. I’ll really be looking to you all for help. Soon, I’ll have a button on my sidebar so you can get in touch with me if you have any ideas that you’d like to share with me. I’m writing about the activities and projects we do with our children that bring creativity into our lives and theirs–music, art, nature, science, literature, etc. If you have something you’d like to share. I’d love to see it. And it might just be a perfect fit to share on their site. Eventually, I’ll create another flickr group, similar to creative summer so you can share photos there as well. And I’ll link to that on the new blog as well.

Phew. It feels good to tell you. Kind of like having a big secret but not being able to tell your best friend. I’m glad to share this with all of you. Thanks for being part of the reason I’m even here in the first place.

Blog_header

Starting today, you’ll be able to find me in a new spot. I’ll be writing for the babycenter website as part of their group of blogs called, Momformation. I’ll be there pretty often, (five times a week! yikes!) writing about topics of inspiring creativity in our children. 

But I promise I won’t neglect this space either. I’ve described this new transition as having another baby. In the beginning you think, "how am I EVER going to do this? How am I going to get all these things done? I’ll never have the time." But eventually, you find your rhythm again and life finds its new routine and pattern. So for now, bear with me as I get through those first few weeks with this ‘new born’ project.

I’m really excited about it. Nervous. Feeling completely inadequate for the task, but excited nonetheless. And it would really help me out if you’d stop by to say hello every now and then. The momformation readers are pretty shy about comments it seems. But I know most of you aren’t.

My first ‘get to know me’ post is here. When you get the chance, I’d love it if you’d stop by and check it out.

And one more thing. I’ll really be looking to you all for help. Soon, I’ll have a button on my sidebar so you can get in touch with me if you have any ideas that you’d like to share with me. I’m writing about the activities and projects we do with our children that bring creativity into our lives and theirs–music, art, nature, science, literature, etc. If you have something you’d like to share. I’d love to see it. And it might just be a perfect fit to share on their site. Eventually, I’ll create another flickr group, similar to creative summer so you can share photos there as well. And I’ll link to that on the new blog as well.

Phew. It feels good to tell you. Kind of like having a big secret but not being able to tell your best friend. I’m glad to share this with all of you. Thanks for being part of the reason I’m even here in the first place.

22 comments on “my new gig”

  1. Wow. Congratulations! I hope you we will still get to see you here, too. I would miss your voice and your girls too much. (selfish, no?)

    Still, eager to go check out what else you’re up to.

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