I have loved sharing “Wacky Wednesday” posts with my readers for quite a while now, and I need to make an effort to continue to record the fun little things Becca says. However, due to time constraints with my business and really attempting to put out some pretty meaty posts with themes M, T, Th, and F, I’m going to make the step to say Goodbye to Wednesday. Four posts a week with the level of “meat” I’m sharing is gonna be it for a while. Doesn’t mean I won’t ever do a Wacky Wednesday post, but it’s not going to be a regular series on the blog any more.
I am instead looking to add some guest posts on Wednesdays – do you have an educational or parenting topic you’d like to share? Something fabulous you’ve done with your kiddos that you are proud of? Or an obstacle you have figured out how to overcome in your household? Maybe you are a big-time blogger already, maybe you’ve only dabbled… or maybe you are just contemplating entering the world of blogging? Perhaps you’re “just” a parent, who has something meaningful to share in one post? I’d love to have you share what’s in your heart – here – on Wednesdays! Please contact me to let me know what you’ve got on your heart, and we’ll figure out the best Wednesday for you to share! I look forward to seeing what my readers are doing, and getting you guys and gals sharing YOUR ideas too!
I’m so excited next week to be kicking things off with a post from a dear friend whose little girl is just a joy. But then… I’m not the one raising her and teaching her that is’s not ok to grab things off of that third shelf!! I’m anxious to share with you how Aly is working with little Amelia on boundaries – these are your items, these are Mommy’s. I always love to hear how other parents approach everyday issues like these, and this is one Mama who has really made good strides to figuring out what works with her daughter. I’m SO glad to be sharing her tips with you! (And excited to read them and learn from her myself as we approach this issue again with our Baby Bee, who is MUCH more of an explorer than our Big Butterfly ever was!)