Hello everyone! It’s been a little over a week now since I started my blog, and I’m very happy to have received a lot of love from fellow bloggers here, and from my friends and colleagues. I really appreciate it. Hontō ni, arigatō gozaimasu!
Today is the last day of February — otsukaresama February — and tomorrow March starts, which I love coz it’s my birthday month! My baby has passed the 30 weeks milestone now (Yey!), and I was told that from tomorrow, they will be increasing my Ritodrine drip, times of NST monitor in a day, checkups, etc. So March will be a busier month here at the hospital and I’m afraid I won’t be able to keep the pace of writing everyday. And, since I’m lying down most of the time, I have been writing using my phone, and now my thumbs hurt… for the first time since the beginning of smart phones! Lol! So I figured, writing everyday in my current situation is maybe muri… Also, I thought that once the baby is out, I probably won’t be able to do it anyway, so from March I decided I’ll post on a schedule. At the moment I’m thinking Tuesdays and Thursdays — I do feel this is too much of a change especially after just one week of posting everyday, but I figured it’s easier and a much happier event to increase my posting days once I’m able to, than to keep decreasing them later on. I also very much would like to continue my blog for a long time, so considering taking care of the new baby and my son, being a wife, and going back to the office next year, I figured having a schedule now is good future-proofing.
I’m hoping this change is not disappointing and you will continue visiting and reading my blabber on your free time. I also hope it’s been entertaining or interesting thus far. I still have a lot of “leaking thoughts” and stories on my “To Post” list that I’m excited to share, but if you have any advice, suggestions or topics you would like to read about, especially regarding parenting (babies and toddlers), pregnancy, and minimalistic lifestyle and home organization, please do feel free to let me know.
Thanks so much again everyone! Have a great weekend and see you all on my next post. Stay safe!
*hontō ni (本当に, Japanese), really, sometimes can be used as “very”
*arigatō gozaimasu (ありがとうございます, Japanese), thank you very much
*otsukaresama (お疲れ様, Japanese), phrase said at the end of work or a difficult situation to acknowledge someone’s effort, which means “thank you for your hard work/service”,
*muri (無理, Japanese), impossible, unachievable