>Please give me your input…

>So, I just got super excited about surpassing 400 followers, and then I get bombarded with a school tidal wave, and I feel like the cretivity has been zapped from me! Help!

I purposely named my blog “Christina’s Adventures” because I didn’t know if I wanted to commit to ONE specific niche for my blog (home, crafts, thrifty, teaching…) I have definitely been posting mostly about craft/home design projects, and I am loving it! BUT, my work as an Autism Support teacher is more a part of my life than most of you probably know.

So, my question is this. Would you be interested in reading posts (maybe once a week) about students with Autism? I am going to be reading through the book “10 things every child with Autism wish you knew”

It’s not a long book, but I thought I might devote one post a week to a different part of the book. Autism is quickly becoming something you won’t be able to ignore in your everyday lives, and I would love to bring personal stories to this blog through the framework of this book.

This will NOT replace the crafty/decor stuff on my blog, but it will maybe just add an extra post every week, when I normally might just not post because I am doing school work.

What’s the verdict? Will you be interested in reading my posts about children with Autism? If not, I’m not offended…I don’t want to post something no one’s going to read! 🙂

16 Responses to “>Please give me your input…”
  1. >It is your blog – all about your adventures. I say write whatever is going on in your life that you want to share. I don't think you will lose the DIY/craft blog readers. If anything you will probably gain more readers of a diverse audience.

  2. >I would love to learn more about it, but I'm a nerd like that 🙂

  3. Teri says:

    >I enjoy blogs with a bit of depth to them. Write about what's on your heart… that is what makes a blog interesting.

  4. >Christina, we read your blog because it's your blog and we like who you are, what you do and what you have to say. Autism is something that is a huge part of who you are so I think it's only natural to bring a part of that life into your blog life. I say go for it!

  5. >It's your blog and you are in charge! If it's heart felt and real, it will be interesting. Plus, you're right, it IS becoming a big, big deal, that NO ONE should ignore.

  6. Meg says:

    >As a crafty mom to an Autistic little boy. It would fit my demographic perfectly! I love your projects, that's what brought me here, but no one would stay if they didn't like your voice, too. Write from your heart!

  7. Jenn says:

    >I agree. I'm a physiotherapist in our local school district so it would be great for me!

  8. Tiffany says:

    >It's your blog, post whatever you want. Who couldn't stand to better themselves by learning a few things about others?!

  9. >I think that's a fantastic idea! I'm an OT and would love learning whatever I can!

  10. Ming says:

    >thumbs up from me Christine!

  11. Brooke Anna says:

    >i like the idea. I am an aspiring teacher and would love to read about you "adventures" of any kind. I'm like you I blog about what happens in my life, but I love to share deals, crafts, food, savings etc.! Go for it!http://mommydoes.blogspot.com

  12. B.Large says:

    >You've been selected!!! For the Versatile Blogger Award! Please pass on and enjoy! Thanks Brandi Jo

  13. sue says:

    >Yes,yes, yes!! My daughter works as a speech pathologist for early intervention. I would love to share your in put with her.

  14. >I am interested. I am a retired teacher and enjoy learning new things.

  15. >Yes, would love to read it! I substitute teach an autistic unit in my city and have such a great time with those kids. They are such a joy.

  16. Jeanette says:

    >Yes! I took care of a girl from birth for 8 years who is autistic. They just moved 900 miles away and miss her so much. She has made the change really well. I will be visiting her in 5 weeks.

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