Fighting in front of our children

Dear Readers,

I’ve always been a verbose but quiet blogger, not too unlike how I am in real life. The type who prefers 3 close friends over 300 acquaintances, I’d like to think I make an interesting and fun friend once you’ve found your way to me, and then I’m infinitely grateful that you took the time and had the patience to find me. And so that’s how I feel this week, when a number of you (and who I don’t even know for the most part) shared some of my posts on Facebook and Twitter. Because of you, the editors of Mamapedia and Bonbon Break contacted me to feature some of my writing there, and one of my posts, When We Fight in Front of Our Children, appears today on Mamapedia.

I am so incredibly grateful for your support, because while it’s thrilling to know that someone is reading what I have to say, it means doubly more to know that you have invited others to join our quiet but important and rich conversations.

Thank you!


5 thoughts on “Fighting in front of our children

  1. Congrats!!!!! Since finding your blog a couple of weeks ago, I can’t think of another person who deserves it more. I have really enjoyed your posts & have enjoyed sharing them! I’ve still had the one about when your mom blogs about you on my mind a lot–trying to find the right balance!

  2. I’m so proud of you for being featured there. I’m finally catching up on my reading, and I’m glad to find you all over the web and not just here. I think your Voice deserves to be heard everywhere!

  3. Congratulations!! I am going to comment and share your post now! I’m so sorry to have missed when this post went up! 😦 I had been offline fixing my blog and reading novels. lol. It’s always good to “hear” your voice. You deserve the praise and recognition!

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