After getting over the baffling concept that there are people that seem to think I have any clue as to what I'm doing, I'm always willing to make an attempt to dish out advice. After all, one of the unique aspects of blogging is that although the essence of it is individual, we're all a part of the same community.
But when it comes to being in the Review Blog niche, there are a lot of facets that we deal with that (I assume) personal bloggers do not. I love reading about the trials and tribulations that other moms are going through and everything from the celebrations to the hardships that they endure and conquer.
However, wherein so much of what I do is tied into analyzing web traffic and researching marketing and boring stuff like that, they focus on choosing the right words to eloquently tell their story.
And that sounds appealing sometimes.
Instead of always coming across as only a review blog, why not take the time to simply post a random thought or a cute picture or two? Who doesn't like those?
So, without further ado, the cute pictures that made me laugh recently...
Letting Little Sister B select her own clothes this morning, she picked a purple and blue wrap-around dress that my mom made when Big Sister E was young. It's an adorable dress, both in the fun fabrics she used and the unique criss-cross loose design. Each of my girls has worn it multiple times and it has never failed to receive compliments.
And, looking at her straight-on, today was no exception.
She was the one who picked the large flower clip to complete the outfit as well. Not to mention the cheesy smile.
But hold on just one minute here. When we turn to the side, we see...
Hmm. I could be wrong, but I'm pretty sure that's not how my mom designed the dress to look.
But apparently to a 2-year-old, this way works just fine.
Hello, Fashion Police? I think we need your help over here!
If you blog, do you ever think about what it would be like to write in a different niche? And if you have kids, do you let them dress themselves... without too much embarrassment?