Blogging Questions and a Ninja Toddler

Today is the last day of Aaron’s late nigh work schedule. It couldn’t be over soon enough. I feel like he was barely home this week, and he’s hardly seen Desirae at all. At least we will have some family time this weekend. Aaron and I even have a date night planned tomorrow, just the two of us! It’s a miracle.

But come Monday, I have jury duty. As Desirae’s primary caretaker, I’m nervous about leaving her for an extended period of time. I’ve never been away from her for more than a few hours. Plus, I don’t know how many days I’ll be able to find baby sitters. I either need to not be selected or to have a short trial. We’ll see what happens!

While I’m waiting around the court house, I hope to work on scheduling my blog, deciding on specific goals, and creating a better blogging process. What kind of goals do you have for your blog? What is your blogging process or system? How far out do you schedule your posts? How often do you post? I’d be interested in hearing any of your ideas, tips, or experiences! I should have lots of time to think about them next week! Also, I need something other than worrying about Desirae to occupy my mind while I’m waiting.

I’m not sure when I’ll be back on the blog or social media. Right now, jury duty is holding my life’s schedule in the balance. I’ll be glad when we can get things back to our normal rhythm. For now I’ll just cross my fingers, and hope for short trial!

It’s a shame that I can’t escape from jury duty as easily as this kid escapes from bedtime. I think I could learn something from him. This boy has some serious ninja skills. I feel for his poor mother.

Have a great weekend, and hopefully I’ll be back sooner than later!



3 thoughts on “Blogging Questions and a Ninja Toddler

  1. hahaha, I love how you find funny but perfect pictures or videos on your blog posts!!! 🙂
    I have the same struggle on my blog. I would love to make blogging schedule but I am afraid it gets interrupted because my boys’ schedule and condition comes first and I don’t want to mess up the set schedule. I do write a few posts ahead at a time (when the boys sleep better or when I feel more creative) and save them as drafts… then, when I feel like it I can go back to edit and publish when I feel that I am happy with that post.

    I hope your week will go by quick and will be okay for you… Wishing you the best! Have a great weekend! xx


  2. I just make sure I post at least once a week. I have to work on my blogging management as well. I need to have a list of topics I’m posting in the future. My life isn’t as interesting and we stay at home most of the time I don’t have anything to share. 😬


    1. I know exactly how you feel. Most of the time I’m at home, so I don’t feel I have much worth sharing. I think “How in the world do all these bloggers come up with so much stuff to write about? Do they just do things just so they can write about them?”

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