Question and Comments.

So I’ve seen other bloggers do this so I thought I would as well.  It’s time to ask me questions!!  Anything you would like to know about me, anything at all.  I’ve temporarily changed the way you have to comment.  You can write in my comments completely anonymously for a few days.  I did that because I know there’s secret lurkers out there that don’t want me to know that they’re reading.  Plus then people can free to ask anything they want.

Also I’d like some more comments today, I need a pick-me-up so comment anonymously if you want to and tell me how long you’ve been reading and whatnot.  You people from Petara’s blog…I know you’re reading.  And people through face-book…I see youuuu!!!  Lots of people are coming in from different places…I think it’s pretty cool.

Yesterday I had my record amount of blog hits!!  464 hits!  hola.  I chalked it up to having “Naked Mommy” as a title of a post.

Anyway, I’ll leave it open for a few days and then I’ll get answering.  I’ll answer anything as long as it wont make the people I love who read this angry.  I wont answer anything perverted or give too personal information as to where I’ve lived or where I live now.

Alright!  Ready set….go!

16 comments

  1. I’ll be checking back later to see what people asked…if you get a good turn out I will give the same thing a try on my site. 🙂

    My question: Are you stopping Thursday’s Thirteen? You were so good at those!

  2. I’ll confess that I’m a frequent lurker. I found you on Leanne Reimer’s links and I’ve really enjoyed reading about your daily thoughts/experiences. My daughter is 10 months old – I think similar in age to Ikey? Anyways….no questions from me – just thought I should reveal myself. 🙂

  3. Come on people! Where are the comments? The questions? Give the matriarch some comment lovin’.
    Here’s my question: How many blogs do you read that you are only a lurker?

    Can I ask another question? When can you do my hair?

    Can I ask another question? How much do you looooooove me?

  4. I’ll confess that I’m a frequent reader, I found your blog on facebook and I’ve really enjoyed reading about your daily thoughts/experiences. My daughter is 3 years old .and i thought I should reveal myself. we also went to high school together, i don’t know if you remember me or not..but HI hehe!!!
    ok i dont have any questions.. but im no longer a lurker now that you know i am around.

  5. i admit im a lurker…lol gotta love facebook. anyway my question is how does one know when they are fisished having kids? especialy someone like yourself who is so young. people change so much in 2 or 3 years you may want 5 more kids by then. thats why im iffy about permanant birth controll. as convenant as it is.

  6. sorry leah i totally forgot to put in my name!! its me, Reena wollen ( but i got married and now its pesonen )

  7. I’m also a lurker. I found your blog through several blog rolls and read it pretty much daily. i also read some blogs on your blog roll when I’m bored. I have no kids, so most of what you say i don’t really get! It also makes me NOT want kids! hehe..not really, well i’m not sure yet. Anyway, this might be a weird question, and very superficial but my main worry at this point about having kids it getting my body back. Is it really that hard to lose weight after your body has changed? Do you find that there are some things that won’t go back to normal? That might seem vain, but i don’t care. I work hard for what i have and don’t want to lose hope that i can keep it up after kids. And yes, you can say having kids is the best thing ever and that you won’t care what your body looks like, but i think i will care! is it too much to want the best of both worlds: being a mom and looking hot.

  8. This is actually the first time I stumbled upon your blog, but I enjoyed taking a peek. It sounds like we have a few things in common as mothers. I like the title you chose and your blog format.

    It sounds like we have a few things in common as mothers of young children. It’s good to keep a sense of humor about these things. 😉

    I don’t have a specific question, but I am curious about the feedback you get from this post. I’ll try to check back soon.

    By the way, Gabaldon’s “Outlander” is the first in an interesting series. I read it right before I traveled to Scotland and visited some of the sites described in the book. I love having a historical novel to compliment my travels. It can be so much more invigorating than all the tourist travel info.

    Best of luck in the blogosphere!

  9. yes, I’m very excited about the whole series. SUCH a long book…I keep wondering what exciting things are ahead! Novels are a good way to make an experience exciting. Like reading the The Birth House while in labor. It was a very good idea!

    thanks for stopping by!

  10. You were able to read a book while you were in labor?! Okay, now I do have a question… How on earth did you manage that?

    Actually, scratch that question… Comparing labor stories like we women seem to do will just dredge up traumatic memories and stress me out.

    Enjoy the book though. The first one is good. The second in the series was more difficult to get through, but it picks up again at the third. I haven’t read beyond that, but I noticed while at Borders bookstore today that she also has another series that I’ve never read before. I liked Gabaldon’s combination of a well researched and believable historical period piece with the sort of magicky time travel concept. It made for an interesting read.

  11. Hi! This was a cool idea…I may have to give it a try, too, though I don’t have NEARLY as many readers as you do. (smile)

    So, here’s my question (if it’s too personal, please feel free to ignore): Did you notice symptoms of ADD/ADHD as a child or only in adulthood?

    Hope you had a great Valentine’s Day!

  12. Oooooh, I’ll ask questions. I’m good at questions, because I answer them all day long. I’ll give you some stumpers and see how you do. (straight from the mouths of my babies.)
    #1. Have you ever been hit by lightning? What does it feels like?
    #2 How come God lets people be in government who make bad laws like the one where you can take your baby out of your tummy before it’s ready and it dies? (ok, she was 4 when she asked that humdinger)
    #3 (I’ll end with this one) If the sun is in the atmosphere, how come we can see it in the sky?

    Please pick at least one of mine to answer…. my kids are still waiting for answers.
    Hugs, Linda

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