Update On My 31 Day Challenge



Time for a quick check-in on my 31 Day Writing Challenge!

This is the first year I have done this, and since I decided to join in literally the night before it started, I didn't have much of a plan.  After winging it all week, I decided to try to set something of a writing routine for myself for the remaining three weeks.  Here is what I'm thinking:

Sundays will be a little open.  I may post a schedule of posts for the upcoming week, or I may share something different (all depends on how much time I have the rest of the week).

Mondays will be for a "daily snapshot" of our lives right now.  (Full disclosure: this snapshot may or may not be actually written on Mondays).

Tuesdays will be for a personal childhood memory (I'm going to be using writing prompts from a few books I have for these).

Wednesdays will be for book-related memories (because I obviously like to talk about books, and I think a lot of you do too!).

Thursdays will be for pregnancy updates, and other family-related memory keeping.

Fridays will be for the practical side of how I attempt to keep our memories.

Saturdays will be a look into the archives of this blog (I've got a lot of interesting posts hidden way back in those archives).

This is what the schedule looks like for the upcoming week:

Monday: When Encouragement Comes From A Stranger
Tuesday: A Brief History Of my Hair
Wednesday: What Made Me A Reader
Thursday: {To be determined}
Friday: How I Organize My Photos
Saturday: Derek And Callie - The Early Years

Now would also be a great time to ask my any getting-to-know-you questions you have, because I'll incorporate the answers into some of the memory-keeping posts this month!  
So if you want to know something, ask away (I could also really use the material).



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  1. I love all of these ideas!
    One question I have (that you maybe have answered in the past) is, did you always want a large family? If not, what made you change your mind? What is your favorite thing about having (almost) 5 kids?
    I would also love to hear any large family logistics you use. I love seeing how other larger families (although I personally don't think of our family of 6 as that large, but I know society generally does), do the mundane things--laundry, bathing all the kids, bedtimes, meals, etc.

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