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Missed You Guys

Looking for The Lactivist? She's retired. But you CAN still find Jen blogging. These days, she's runs A Flexible Life. Join her for life, recipes, projects and the occasional rant.

Sunday, May 18, 2008

Ever run into your best friend from high school ten or twelve years later in some random location?

Chances are, you either talked each other's ears off, or you made small talk for 2.75 minutes before you both started briefly glancing at your feet or watch and saying "well...it was good seeing you."

That's kind of where I am with the blog.

I miss posting here and I'd like to gradually get back in the groove, but I'm trying to figure out exactly what it is I have to say at this point. I'm firmly into toddler mode now and the days are sort of a non-stop blend of work, pre-school, "awww", "stop!!" and the other standard mom stuff.

If you haven't noticed, Anna Swank has stepped in to share her journey through a twin pregnancy and twin breastfeeding...so hopefully you're getting your fix on that. Of course these days, there are enough great breastfeeding blogs that I don't really feel the need to fill the void.

So I think we'll slowly dive back into the mix of life as a work at home mom and wife and we'll see how that goes. You've all told me repeatedly you don't mind if this becomes more of a "personal" blog, so I'm going to test that theory and see how many of you bolt. :-P

Oh, and if you're active on Twitter, join me over there. I post pretty regularly. Seems like my brain can wrap itself around 140 characters, it just sometimes has trouble spitting out complete sentences. ;)


  1. Anonymous Anonymous | 5:36 AM |  

    good to have you back, have followed you on twitter :)

  2. Anonymous Anonymous | 9:11 PM |  

    I enjoy reading Anna's blogs (especially since I have twins of my own), and I'm really glad that you're back, too! Doesn't matter to me if you post about only about breastfeeding--I enjoy hearing about daily life! Julia

  3. Blogger Chris | 11:28 AM |  

    I too had a long blog slump around when my youngest started walking--it was just all too much. I don't keep up the Reluctant Lactivist blog anymore at all, but I have started blogging more regularly at my more personal blog, Chez Musser, which is mostly about changes I'm trying on to make our home life more simple and respectful of the Earth.

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