No, I swear I’m not crying. I, um, just got a little something in my eye is all.
The good news is this isn’t really goodbye; I’ll still be blogging here on Babble, only now you can find me at Kid Scoop! Best part is, I’ll have twice the material as I air the dirty laundry of both of those small people who like to call me mom.
I don’t want get all sappy but I just want y’all to know how much I have enjoyed my time here, sharing the craziness of toddlerhood with all of you. Your comments, ideas and suggestions have not only made me feel like you “got” me, but that we were friends. Aww!
I never like to move ahead without taking a solid look back so I thought I’d round up my personal “Best Of” here on Toddler Times:
19 Reasons Why Dads Rule: OK, so this post contains 19 pictures of my studly husband.
Never Apologize for the Parent You Are: That’s a threat.
Kids Draw the Darndest Things: Wherein my toddler draws his privates for you.
13 Things That Don’t Make You a Bad Parent: Because really, we all do ‘em…and we can’t ALL be wrong.
My Dirty Little Secret: I reveal why I am, in fact, a badass.
What’s Your Kid’s Toddler Type? 10 Little People He’ll Meet in Preschool: Fun to write, funner to read.
Don’t Call Me, I Have a Toddler: A break up letter to my phone.
10 Things You Should Never Say to a Toddler: I’ve said all 10, probably within the last 10 minutes even.
My Kid is Right: Clowns are Scary: A freaky story made only freakier by the fact that it’s true.
So those were my stories, but the best stories are yours. I asked for A LOT of reader input from you fabulous Babble readers because I find you all fascinating, so check out the posts created from input from readers and parents like you!
Readers Their Their Favorite Embarrassing Toddler Pics: Title says it all.
Round 2: Readers Share Their Favorite Embarrassing Toddler Pics (Again)!: Title says it all (again).
My Kid, My Choice: Readers Share Their Badass Parenting Decisions: Go on with your bad self!
Readers Reveal Their Biggest Parenting Regrets: This post made me feel human.
Readers Share Their Biggest Parenting Fears: Brave words from you brave souls.
Parents of Children With Special Needs Speak Out: Even braver words from braver souls.
Ouch! Readers Share Their Real Life Parenting Injuries: Love indeed hurts.
Whew! That stroll down memory lane was awesome and I hope you’ll join me at Kid Scoop; I’d love to keep reading your comments and stories!