*It's worth clicking through and reading to the bottom of this one. But if you don't like free stuff, then feel free to pass on by.
I'm hardly bold enough to think that I could start a
annoying daily posting festival movement like some folks who hold much power (and for good reason) in their rapidly typing fingers. However, I realize that after reading the blogs of those soon-to-be-baby-having bloggers who have now had their babies, there's something that happens when they don't post.
Oh-my-god they had the baby!
They must be in labor right now.
I'm going to email her to see if she's in labor.
Yeah. It's already started when I call people.
Like I'd be calling YOU, telemarketer who happens to know my due date, when I was in labor.
What is it about people? Seriously. I'm not even sure I'll be calling anyone. Not even my husband.
But anyway, I'm going to challenge myself (read: keep my mind off the fact that I still too clearly remember the feeling that I would literally split in half when the baby came out of me) to post as often as possible. Yes. And the posts over at my other blogs don't even count.
I'm talking real posts. None of this "Hey. Do you like my new toenail polish I'm just trying to say I posted when really I have nothing to say but hey it's a post" posts.
(Whatever the hell that means).
But please. I beg you. Don't feel obligated to follow suit. In fact, post less. That's right. Unless you've got something hilarious or incredibly touching, feel free not to post. Why not enter my baby pool instead (or in conjunction with your lower than average posts)?
Because the second most feared post-partum act behind the awful first poop and pee is visiting my bloglines unread list.
I'm giving away a really really really cool thing here. Read it and then enter. Good luck!