Friday, January 05, 2007

Bloggy Goodness

I'm ripping off the title of this post from someone else's blog. I'm sorry I don't remember whose, my brain is tired today.

I do want to point out Mels' very special post, or post central I guess, on The Creme De La Creme of 2006. This is a collection of all the best posts from the Pregnancy & Infant Loss Blogs of 2006. It also includes adoption and family building blogs of any type. And she isn't finished with the list by any means. If there are any posts that you have that talk about your struggle email her to add to the list.

And if you want to know more about infertility, or how 1 in 5 people on earth have to build families in the 21st century, click on it, learn a little, enjoy some really good writing.

I'd also like to say a very special thanks to Kim who has sent so many lovely people to see me in the past few days. Adoption is a hard subject and I'm still fumbling around in the dark with it.

I do know that she has a great project going trying to get support for Ally. Here is Kim's post, if you want to see what I mean. Lots of political bloggers bitch and groan about society, and how it works or doesn't, but I think personal bloggers, especially women, put their money where there mouth is and get the job done, know what I mean?


  1. Yes, I know what you mean. It's the reason I blog every day. I need a few people in my life who are listening. Feels so nice.

  2. Woo hoo, I got mentioned! too bad that I am not nearly the writer that most of these ladies are . . .

  3. Just thought I would send another hello your way. Thanks for the advice as well. I think I will go forward with that. You're a good egg.

  4. Wow, what a busy busy time you have been having (catching up). What a struggle it must be to deal with the insensitive part of your birth family! Sorry you have been through so much! You know, you are doing an amazing job. I think you can adopt new parents at any age. Just find people you like. My husband David has adopted my step dad as his substitute dad.

  5. yes, women bloggers do get the job done.

    go, us!

    btw I like your ripped-off title.