As always, here are the generic questions, but she may have more specific ones for you!
Blog Critique Questions
1. What do you think of the layout? The number of columns? The colors?
2. Does my profile info read well? Does it help readers 'know' me?
3. Is the writing interesting to read?
4. Should the writing be strictly educational, or include personal posts to add some personality?
5. Is the content worth coming back for?
6. How can I bring more traffic?
7. How can I generate more comments?
8. Is there something that you feel would take my blog to the next level?
Wife of 1. Mom of 3. Conquering disability challenges, one achievement at a time.
wife - mother - midwife
The more you know, the worse it gets.
I like the absurdist tone of being a mom of 5 that you've captured. You either laugh or cry, and it seems that you're mostly laughing.
Post when you post. You can't get to it every day and I don't think that will be an issue for most people. They'll catch up when you do. I think folks are forgiving of mom bloggers.
It would be interesting to read an "about' blurb for you. Nice blog.
I find your humorous approach very inspiring.
As a critique, I'd probably use a template instead of just generic white, but since almost everyone does, yours actually kind of stands out, oddly enough.
Erin , Happy wife of Honey Bear , mom of Curly Miss (11/04), Little Mister (10/06), Princess Abi (3/08), and The Bean (9/09) <>< oh, and I blog.
When I find a blog I like that is updated daily, I typically add it to my bookmarks and just check on it when I am playing online. When it's updated randomly, I just follow it and catch updates on my google page. Basically, I find daily and random blogs equally easy to watch because one is marked and one is brought to my attention, courtesy of google.
I also agree with the previous poster that suggested a different background. Too much white for me.
WOHM to DS11 and DD9, both T1Ds