one couple's unexpected journey to parenthood

Just a few notes to clear up some questions you may have!


The first time you leave a comment on this blog it has to be approved before it will show up. I do this to maintain a healthy space where I feel comfortable sharing my thoughts, and others can be comfortable reading and responding. I reserve the right to remove comments which are disrespectful (to myself or others), spammy, trolling, or otherwise detract from the purpose of this blog.


There will be ads on this blog. I can’t help that. At some point I may decide to buy a domain and make everything a lot more official, at which point I will revisit the ad issue. For now, hopefully the ads won’t detract from the content. If you do notice an inappropriate/offensive ad, please let me know so I can do something about it.

Frequency of Posts

I do not have a specific schedule. I try to update the blog at least once a week. Sometimes it will be less often, and often I hope it will be MORE often. This blog is a hobby, though, so I just do the best I can. If I ever decide to take a hiatus or stop posting altogether I will be sure to let my readers know.


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