Sunday, January 17, 2010

{Blog Makeover}

It's been about 3 years, so I figured I was due for a blog overhaul.  I have been wanting to re-do it for awhile..especially so I could post larger pictures.  Anyhow...take a look.  It was painful, but I like it much better now :-)

RyRy at the McDonald's playground for the first time yesterday!

Addy on the carousel.

My kids snuggled up for movie night last night. 


N. Tipps 4:31 PM  

Love the new look! And great pics of the kids too.

Jen I 5:36 PM  

Yeah, the posting bigger pictures is great. My mom pointed out to me that every blog she's seen printed out in blog books and such has really small pictures. That was a little discouraging to me seeing as I sort of do it wanting to avoid scrapbooking. How did you get the pictures bigger?

chris...reese...paige...brynn 6:40 PM  

Wow! This is serious. You've done an amazing job. You can really tell how awesome your photos are in that large size!! One thing to check of your list for '10.

Darin and Melinda 8:17 PM  

Looks great! I wanted to have you show me how to take better pictures, now I need you to show me how to redo my blog as well. :)

Onjali and Todd 10:14 AM  

your amazing Rochelle, I was going to edit the html on my blog and I read a few tutorial and gave up. love the new look, so impressed.

Carmen 3:55 PM  

The new blog looks fab. Great work, Shell!

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