Elisabeth Hasselbeck will be coping with the slow pace of Arizona on her maternity leave from The View by blogging.
“I was intimidated by the whole [blogging] process,” she admits, “But
after doing my first one, I’m actually thankful to be marking this time
in my life. And it’s a nice way for people to keep up with me.”
Yes, of course, because we’re all desperately keen to keep up with her. Perhaps she can enlighten us further about her views on the loose women who have abortions, or expound upon the moral superiority of vapid blonde pseudo-celebrities. Maybe she’ll just tell us all about how it’s waaaay easier to be a super-good mom if you have your housekeepers wash baby’s laundry with Dreft Detergent (the sponsors of her blog.)
All of which is to say, I have no intention of reading her blog. I have trouble keeping up with the gazillions of great mom blogs out there (starting with all those of my colleagues here at Babble, awesome parent-bloggers all) without worrying about the wholly mediocre ones. So, yeah – no thanks.
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