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Monday, July 18, 2011

I really enjoy getting comments from y'all - it makes me smile to open up the good old gmail and find notifications of comments on the blog.  I enjoy reading them AND I enjoy responding to them.  However, there are times when I hit the reply button that instead of being able to email you directly, it says - and this is no fun!  It's way easier to reply to comments via email than to have to go search for an email address or head to your blog to comment (I don't always have tons of time, ha ha!).

I thought I would share how to change this setting on your Blogger, so that if you want people to be able to reply to your comment via email, you can do so!

1. Click on the Dashboard link in the upper right-hand corner of your screen.
2. Click on Edit Profile, which is on the left-hand side of your screen, next to your picture.  This will take you to the Edit User Profile page.
3. Look in the 'Privacy' section.  Check the box that says "Show my email address".
4. Next, in the 'Identity' section, enter in an email address.  It does not need to be the same email address that you sign-in to blogger with, although it certainly can be.
5. Scroll down to the bottom of the screen and click on 'Save Profile'.

There ya go!  Hope that's easy enough - if you have questions, ask!

ALSO, I need advice/tips!  Please!  We are flying to MN this week for a visit/weddings, which we are very much looking forward to.  However, we are flying with both of the babies as lap babies.  Max gets one and I get the other (he claims he gets the "easier" baby - what, who is that?!).  I am not as anxious about Z, because he is little and will most likely fall asleep, but L on the other hand - oh boy!  She is so independent, mobile and "bossy" right now.  And to keep her on our lap for a few hours?!  Any tips, suggestions, advice would be much appreciated...

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  1. Make sure you bring snacks, toys, and when you're taking off and landing make sure they are sucking on something pacifier, bottle, cup.. so their ears don't hurt them.
    I've flown with Em a few times as a lap child and the night before we'd keep her up a little later and wake her up earlier that way when we got on the plane she'd sleep and it worked.

  2. Activity books with crayons, stickers, etc. If you you have an iPhone or small DVD player that works wonderfully. Some small games or puzzles, some books. What else.... :) We watch out the window for as long as we can then start taking out the "activities". Elle has done really well with all her flights and she's had too many for only being 4 1/2.

  3. I'm always trying to convert people to getting their email set up! :) So excited when someone new does so I can write them back!

  4. Oh I hate that too! We usually bring dVD players on any long trips!



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