A Big Thank You and a Holiday Card For My Readers

by Dagmar Bleasdale on December 22, 2011

I wish I could send every one of my wonderful readers a holiday card.

If you didn’t get our cards in the mail, here is one just for you.

I’m wishing you the most wonderful holiday season and a happy, healthy 2012.

And I want to thank you so much for reading Dagmar’s momsense and contributing by commenting, tweeting, sharing my posts, or telling others about my blog. Dagmar’s momsense readership has exploded in 2011.

I really appreciate your input and sweet comments that let me know that I touched you, was able to help you, or made you laugh. That means the word to me and is the reason why I continue to blog.

If you disagree with me, I would hope you feel free to voice your opinion on Dagmar’s momsense.

I encourage you to do more of that — to comment on other reader’s comments and to open up the dialogue for other viewpoints. You are always welcome to. I love it when I see there’s a dialogue going on between readers – we can always learn from others.

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Vanessa Jubis January 1, 2012 at 12:02 PM

Thank you! Happy New Year to you and yours! I entered in the poll.

I always love reading about natural birth stories. I still haven’t posted the stories of my 2 home water births! I love that you often write about breastfeeding as well. I’m an extended breast feeder (my 3yo is still nursing). Your advocacy resonates with me and I’m always thrilled to find another Mama that believes in what I believe in when it comes to natural living, birthing & parenting :)

Please do come over and visit me anytime ;)

Cheers,
Vanessa

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Kerri December 24, 2011 at 11:09 PM

Merry Christmas too! I love your collage of photos.

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Meg December 23, 2011 at 6:12 PM

Merry Christmas and happy blogging in the new year! I couldn’t make the poll work for some reason but I know I am always interested in breastfeeding tips and experiences. I also would love to hear your thoughts on natural family planning (if you use it) and nutrition. You seem to have a realistic approach toward what you feed Landon and that’s refreshing to see – so often these days you see one extreme or the other! Happy 2012!

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Dagmar December 23, 2011 at 9:53 PM

Merry Christmas, Meg! I really appreciate your kind comment. Co-sleeping IS natural family planning LOL

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Meg December 24, 2011 at 12:28 AM

Hilarious! I know just what you mean. My doctor asked me what I’m doing for birth control and I was like, “have you met my 3 and 15-month olds?” Merry Christmas!

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