Friday, March 2, 2007

Welcome Party People!

If you'd like to join the party, click on the sign to your right. For those visitors that don't know me, I'm a stay-at-home mom of one cuddly 8 month old. I worked as a professional counselor for five years prior to his birth. My husband and I have been married almost ten years. This website is my way to update my long-distance family (parents in Germany, grandparents in TN and IA, etc.) on our Ohio adventures. This is more of what you see on the outside, the blog nearest to my heart, though, is zerbik which is where I openly wrestle with spiritual issues. My favorite zerbik is always the most recent post, and my favorite WigLife post is No Shadow!

More about me...I am learning how to knit, kinda crochet already, make bead jewelry, am taking a pottery class, love martial arts, cooking Indian food, recycling, eating chocolate (just learned to like dark choc.), making up silly songs for my baby, singing, doing things the old fashioned or natural way where possible (cloth diapers, nursing, etc.) and I'm obsessed with names and their meanings. Oh, and I have two American Hairless Terriers (I'm allergic to hairy dogs!).

27 comments:

YoungMommy said...
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Sara said...

Oh, what a sweet family. Just dropping in for the par-tay - hope you'll visit me sometime!

Kristina said...

Hi Becca! It was nice to hear more about you. I wonder if we are around the same age? My husband and I have been married almost 10 years, as well. You look too young to be reaching that milestone, but people say the same thing about me...

Kari said...

Party hoppin'!
Nice blog!

green3 said...

Stopping by your party. I read your grandparents are in Iowa. That's where I am!!

April said...

Nice to meet you & welcome to the party! I would love to learn the art of crocheing. (sp?) I think I might pick that hobby up one day soon!

Tirzah said...

You have a beautiful family!! I'm having a great time at the party! I have crocheted for more than 15 years, so if you ever have a question... Knitting, well, that's another story. I'm just a beginner there...

Linsey said...
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Matthew Sebree said...

I am amazed at how quickly you have mastered both the art and tech of blogging. Great Job!!

kimmy said...

bec how am i suppose to tag someone if i only know you and chris???

Chris said...

Hoppin' party, Becca! Glad you invited me. Gotta go deal with a Donosaurus meltdown. Yes, he's awake at this hour. Don't ask.

Susan said...

Just stopping by for the party. Where in Ohio are you? I'm in Cincinnati. Nice to meet you, blogging neighbor.

Susan at Working Moms Against Guilt

Steve, Dana and Maria said...

Just dropping in for the party from Romania! I'll try to swing back in during the week.

Nic said...

Hello, Becca! I hopped on over to your zerbik blog, and I have to tell you that I really enjoyed your latest post, "The Tragedian." I'll have to pick up that book...I thoroughly enjoy Lewis, but haven't read that one yet. Great insight!! Thanks!

Praying for your Prodigal said...
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Monkey Giggles said...

Swinging in for the Ultimate Blog Party!!! Nice meeting ya.
Happy party week!

PARTY ON!!!

My first party favor give-away has begun. Come over when you get a chance.

Michelle said...

Just doing the party rounds. Thanks for the invite.

julie said...

Your litle boy is adorable. I enjoyed your blog. Happy partying!

Anonymous said...

Thanks for coming out & spending the day with us yesterday. I enjoyed having you guys there... Lisa
p.s. sorry I haven't responded to your tag - i have no books in my office - just lots & lots of paperwork.

Jen and family said...

Hi nice to meet you
visit me at http://jenz.wordpress.com/

s@m said...

I'm mingling from the blog party!

Wow, what a great idea to knock out that wall! A nice dark coloured wooden cupboard would solve you coat problem and look fabulous!

Phara Thomas said...

I love demolition....and knitting. Sometimes for me the two go hand in hand (especially if I make a mistake).

Adventures In Babywearing said...

I would love to do pottery someday! I do enjoy knitting and am about to get off this computer right now to get some knitting finished!!

Steph

tracebooks said...

Just popping by for the party! You have certainly gone to the most trouble of any blog yet, LOL! I'm right with you on the more old-fashioned way of doing things.

Please come visit me at womanwithmanyhats.com (not my Blogger account), where I have fun exploding bubbles and educational videos all week!

Tonya said...

You have a really cute little baby! It was nice meeting via the blog party.

Brandie said...

Hello! Just here for the party ... looks like you are busy over there making more room!!
Your son is adorable and have a great day.

Haberman's habits said...

Hi Becca love what you did to the place just stoped by to see your party Have fun