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    Hi fellow mamas,
    I have a favour to ask of you... I have six months ago started an online blog about my experiences as a parent and would love to get some feedback before I fully publicise my site.
    I'd be interested to know whether you find it interesting and any other comments you would like to make about the content, layout, etc (mainly the content though...)
    Although I am excited, I do also feel a bit nervous about this whole thing, so would really appreciate your kindness. Please send me a personal message to introduce yourself and I will write back with the link.
    Many thanks in advance,
    Milky Mama ☺️

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    What makes it interesting?
    We are mostly parents on Bub Hub.

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    Hi J37,
    Well, I really don't know if it is interesting (that is what I am trying to establish!)
    So I used to post a lot of lengthy status updates on social media, and people read them and seemed to enjoy them. Many people were very encouraging about my style. They found my posts funny, because they are very raw.
    Being a mother I notice a lot of people sugar-coating things. I don't do that. I think I encapsulate a niche of motherhood, of sometimes, the unspoken.
    Honestly, I've never really used these forums before... But I notice a lot of mothers do and this is (hopefully) my audience.
    Writing, besides parenting, is my life. So I do my blog... and hope that eventually people will read it, and feel inspired and like they, in all their struggles, are not alone.
    Does this answer your question? ☺️


 

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