Well, it’s been over 1.5 years since my stroke (and therefore since my head was shaved down to the scalp). I’ve seen my hair at all kinds of lengths, and am now ready to settle on my next style. I’m torn between two choices, so I’d love the opinion of my readers (if you’re still out there!).
Before we had Evan, we had this seemingly huge desire to have a child. We planned for months when we would even start trying for a baby. We bought books, talked to new parents, had his nursery done months before his arrival, and did everything we could to be prepared to become parents.
We always thought we’d have two kids, but neither of us feel an overwhelming desire to have another like we did with Evan. In fact, we’re starting to come to the conclusion that we just might not ever feel that way, and maybe that’s not what we should base our decision on.
So, I come to you, my wonderful readers. For those of you who have more than one child, did you have the same type of desire as you did for the first? Or was it more of an intellectual decision?
Did you have the same desire for a second child as you did with your first?
The results from my recent polls about the ability to comment on this blog were positive enough that I won’t be making any changes or moving my blog to another host. I apologize to the few of you who are bothered by this. If you do have something you would like to say, please feel free to email me and I can even post your comment for you.
I’ve heard from a few people that they have had difficulty posting comments on my blog. Obviously, this bothers me, since I really like to hear from my readers. I also don’t like the idea that some readers might not feel included. I’m contemplating moving over to another blog host, but first I’d like to see how big of a problem this really is.
So, dear readers, please answer the following poll(s):
How often do you have trouble commenting on this blog?
The title of my blog is based on the Carl Sagan quote: In order to make an apple pie from scratch, you must first invent the universe.
The apple pie represents my home life and the Universe represents my work life.