I never imagined I would go more than two months without blogging. So here's a quick catch-up for posterity sake.
Halloween was SO fun. They loved trick-or-treating and did great in their costumes.
Thanksgiving was also fun--until C started running a fever. We visited with my brother and his family and checked out College Station for the first time, then headed home quickly in the hopes that we wouldn't spread our illness to anyone else.
The Christmas season was surprisingly low-key and fun. We've been super busy at work, and the girls are still so little that they don't really know what this whole Christmas thing is all about. (We also don't do Santa or that Elf on the Shelf headache...um...magic, so that helps Mom keep her sanity, too.)
Not to sound too Grinchy. In fact, one thing about this parenting gig that I wasn't expecting was how much fun it is to be the experience-creators instead of the experience-receivers. It's really been amazing to see the holidays through the little gals' eyes and to create our own traditions. Very cool.
OK. So, now that we're all caught up, here's the big update.
My little space on the Internet is moving to www.tiffanynorris.com.
I've spent the last few months thinking and praying about what I want that space to be. Reading my favorite blogs, looking at the design of different spaces, and figuring out what I like about them and how I could make that my own. How much to say about the girls, what I want in terms of interaction with readers, and what kind of balance to strike between the personal and professional.
It's enough of a change in focus that I want to start fresh with a new site. It also lines up with the timing of the Digital Ministry School Jason and I are starting that we'd love for you to check out as well.
The new blog got going today--January 1. Cliche, I know, but why not?
I'm actually really, really excited about it, and I think I have some good content lined up for the whole month. I also know that, even after almost 10 years of blogging, I'm still finding my voice and learning to convey what is so clear in my head onto the page. I do hope you'll read along with me.
So, if you want to keep up (and I really hope you do!), will you hop over to www.tiffanynorris.com or change your settings on whatever place you read these days? (I'll also have an email newsletter subscription deal set up soon.)
Here's to a new start, a new year, all sorts of new and better things in 2015!