Friday, March 16, 2007

The After-Party

Well, I'd like to have visited more people during the party week, but I'm glad the Mr. Linky for the party is still up so I can try to visit more of the 927 ladies that listed their site. I have a feeling I won't make it to everybody. In spite of being too busy that week to socialize much, 27 people visited me from the party outside of my own regular friends. The point of this posting is to introduce some of the people I met. I want to start off with a quick hats off to the girls for whom every day is a party (my regular buddies I already knew before the party) and share their fabulous websites:

My best bud, Chris, lives in Nebraska now, but she grew up in Modesto, CA. We were roommates in college, and most recently were pregnant together! Our baby boys are just two months apart.

Chris introduced me to her Modesto friend, Deanne, since we started blogging (just last Dec.) who recently won our WigPrize of two dozen choc. chip mini bran muffins for guessing which of Ezra's teeth would come in next.

Then there's Kim, who used to be my foster daughter. She's all grown-up now, married and expecting their first. She lives in VA, and we keep in touch by phone and e-mail.

Finally, I'm just getting to know Kristina whose site I stumbled upon. She is the most amazing knitter I've ever "met". I'm having fun getting to know her.

OK, now onto the NEW PARTY PEOPLE I just met:

Stephanie, from Adventures in Baby Wearing, and I seemed to have a lot in common. I really appreciate the work she put into an article on vaccinations. Oh, and she has a super cute hair-cut.

Dolly Mama, gets my vote for coolest header on top of her blog AND for most clever name!

Unfortunately, that's all I've got time for now. My little sweetie heart just woke up. Blessings!


Adventures In Babywearing said...

Well, I am so glad to have found you, too! And those pics of your little guy before... my goodness... those are the cutest pics I've seen in a long time!


Chris said...

Wow! I'm famous! And I love that you & Deanne suckered me into blogging. My family all thank you very much, 'cause otherwise they'd see a lot less of D.

kimmy said...

thanks and i am glad you got me into doing this blogging thingy... well i saw how kewl it was and joined also so you could see how we are doing.. i would love to talk to you later.. gotta tell you something..


Anonymous said...

Oh, thanks for mentioning me! You made me blush! I think that you can be as good a knitter (if not better). It just takes practice.... and determination. I am looking forward to seeing some finished knits on your blog!