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Wednesday, February 1, 2012

Delicious Ambiguity Is 2 & an update

Hello friends,

Just stopping in today to say THANK YOU for your continued support. I started this blog two years ago and never in my wildest dreams did I think that it would grow as big as it has! Thank you for stopping by and reading, leaving wonderful comments, voting for my blog on popular sites and sharing it with friends. Your support means the world to me and I am so grateful and honored!

If you've been following me since the beginning or during MDAs first year you would have noticed that my posts have become sparse and that I never share anything personal on here anymore.  I took a break needing to go inward and needing some privacy to deal with all of the curve balls that life has been throwing at me these days. But I also choose to not write about my personal life because I wasn't sure how YOU, the readers of MDA, would respond.  

I continue to find huge comfort and relief in others bloggers writing by knowing someone else had been through something similar and therefore removing the loneliness and frustration I've often felt as a parent and as a woman. Some posts have opened my eyes to things I didn't previously understand and have changed the way I think. Taking a break has helped me to understand that as long as I'm not going out there with the intention of hurting or offending there's nothing wrong with expressing an opinion AND that it's actually necessary where blogging is concerned.

I wish there was more time in the day and that I could say with great certainty that you will be seeing a lot more posts around here. However, spending quality time with my son and taking time for myself are still my greatest priorities and will continue to come first. I can, however, promise you, quality posts written from the heart that at times will be messy and convoluted like life. My heart is BURSTING at the seams with stories- about parenting, living gluten free, postpartum depression, abusive relationships, single parenting, weight loss and most recently my sons journey in diagnoses with what I believe to be Sensory Processing Disorder. Did you get all that?!

Seriously, I AM BURSTING with things I need to share and I hope that, you, my readers will respond positively. I also hope to hear your stories and feature some of them on here too. Sharing is a source of great healing and in doing so I hope that together can create awareness, inspire others and that ultimately this blog will be better for it.

Thoughts?

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8 comments:

  1. Bring it on Momma. I started blogging because I had stuff I just needed to get out. Some of it was ugly stuff, recently I've tried to focus on 'prettier' stuff but that's not all life is..well mine anyway, and I feel a little less satisfied with it. I wonder who really wants to read about my ugly stuff, struggles, doubts, questions, adjusting to motherhood craziness. But as I read I often find encouragements, inspiration, acceptance, in bloggy land. Also I see it's not just me. I am not alone in my struggles. I see mom's going through and mom's that have made it out the other side..sane..and some maybe not so much (lol)...This is YOUR blog, your little own piece of the internet you can post what ever you feel like sharing...if we like it we will 'follow' if not then we don't have to read it but it's your space to share what you will.

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  2. Being a parent and especially a mom is a challenge that some people may not understand. You have to be strong while nurturing. I find that blogging is one of the best way to express yourself and frustration without being too personal. I think you are doing a great job.

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  3. Hi Jenn,

    It's nice to read a post...I do miss your more regular posting, but...

    I know all about the tough road of figuring out diagnoses and living gluten, casein and soy free...life is tough at times. You are so wise to take time out for you and your son. This blog will always be here and shouldn't (I don't think) be a priority over real-life.

    Wishing you only the best,
    Georgia :)

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  4. I am anxious to hear about your son's symptoms of SPD. I have been reading some online to see if my daughter is SPD. Looking forward to what you have to share.

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  5. We are in the SPD world as well- it a trip!
    Do you spend time on Pintrist? There is a great reasource there, PediaStaff. She pins all things OT/Pt/etc.
    I can send you some more info on resources if you want them. THEARTSYMOM @ YAH## . COM

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  6. You are a real person.....fantastic....thanks for not being phony. Sorry life has sent you so many curves, I hope you find the map you need to get through the mazes.
    Look forward to your creativity.....
    the newbee

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  7. Thinking of you! You need to do what keeps you and your son happy and healthy. If sharing helps, you should share, because often it inspires and helps others along the way.

    Take Care,
    Jen

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