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Tuesday, August 4, 2009
When I started blogging I had no idea that it would affect our lives so much.
For me it has been a very effective way of recording things that happen in our lives. I also am able to put on articles that I wish to reflect on or images I wish to ponder.
Things that appeal to me at the moment.
I have found it a lovely way to re-create some of our daily happenings and the things we are interested in at that particular moment --things that perhaps would not be remembered at a later date.
So it should not be a surprise to me ( and wasn't ) that some of our more creative children would like to blog their particular interests as well.
I do have direct links to the children's blogs on my side bar, but for those of you who 'goggle reader' your blogs, you may not be aware.
They are a splendid way for the children to write, put favourite pieces of poetry, songs or to feature crafts they have made.
And while they do not post on a regular basis they are well worth taking a look at.☺
Vellvin, Rogan, Morann, Myffwyn and Corbyn's Blog (well mostly Vellvin and Rogan)
Autumn is also starting Her weekly A Damsels Daybook on Monday's as a way of getting her focus tuned for the week ahead. So if you have daughters who would like to join in go to Autumn's blog and join in.
Thank you for encouraging the children by your visiting them. As we all know it is great when someone 'visits' and makes a comment.