Before starting a blog I did lots of reading & research to see all what was out there. I'm no expert, but I have come to conclude I like:
1. Lists [Quick & Easy to read]
2. "Naptime-size-nuggets" [This means I only have so long to read blogs so get on with your point & don't write a book]
3. Beautiful pictures [preferably taken with really expensive cameras I wish I had]
4. Pictures of their family [I love seeing other kids expressions & actions]
5. Wit & Humor [When I sit down to nurse & surf the web I need something that will make me laugh...it's a moms energy drink]
6. Talking about their walk with Christ
7. Vulnerability [When someone I respect shares they too have a sink full of dirty dishes, piles of laundry, have yelled at their kids that day, ate too much chocolate & ...need His grace all the more]
8. More talk less Ads [Excluding the blogs that are purposefully centered around giveaways]
9. Can tell a great story [Vocabulary I wish I had-Usage of Similes & Metaphors making me experience the moment]
10. Customize designed site [Although ShabbyBlogs is nice & free I hope to one day upgrade]
Obviously I use , still say too much for , am trying to rock the camera more  &  which is something I like that the blog has encouraged---persevering my families memories--- I try, Trying to improve my walk with Christ so that when I say something it's actually beneficial to others and lived out by me , there is still so much more to confess  but I will say I did go to bed last night instead of finishing this blog,  I'd like to do giveaways, but prefer the concept of a witty blog people love so much I don't have to have them for unless just to bless others,  I need to learn some mad skills from her her and her, and need to be able to afford who she pays .
In other news, Dayton has a lot of flies. And we're trying to hit all the parks in the area before we leave. Here is the first. When the website described it as "centrally located among a number of homes" they meant out in the open with no shade [so my kids huddled under my umbrella the majority of the 90 minutes].
Royal Pointe Park