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  1. Linda @ the Fitty
    December 30, 2017

    I really do hearing updates from your life, and seeing AnnaLynne grow and grow with each and every new blog post. I only wish that you updated more often and more regularly!
    Linda @ the Fitty recently posted..THE BEST OF 2017

  2. Reenie
    January 2, 2018

    Happy New Year!!

  3. Stephanie
    January 4, 2018

    Meghann-
    I started reading you blog in 2010 when we were both training for the Chicago Marathon.
    I think it only makes sense to shift they way you blog and what you’re blogging about (i.e more privacy), you are not the same young 20s girl who started the blog and I appreciate that your blog has matured with you. I’ve also appreciated your honestly about all things pregnancy and motherhood and just wanted to say thank you for sharing your story.

    If you are open to suggestions…..one thing that I used to LOVE about your old blog (can you believe you used to post 3x a day?) Is sharing your meals and your creative meal concoctions. Just a thought of something to share that maybe isn’t so personal but I think is fun to read!
    Happy New Year!

  4. Jess
    January 6, 2018

    Meghann, if you’re ever interested in sharing your house journey that made you realize you needed to move on, I’d be interested to read it. We are in a similar (maybe?) situation where we bought a house we thought we’d love forever (or at least a lot longer than this) but are now having doubts … I would be interested to hear how you made your decision!

    • Marty
      January 22, 2018

      Same here! We bought a house when my son was under a year and now he is 2.5 and we are expecting another babe. It feels like the house is too big and too rural for us, so I often consider moving. It’s so hard to anticipate what life will bring you with the different stages kids go through. Would love to hear about your process Meghan!

    • Marty
      January 22, 2018

      Same here! We bought a house when my son was under a year and now he is 2.5 and we are expecting another babe. It feels like the house is too big and too rural for us, so I often consider moving. It’s so hard to anticipate what life will bring you with the different stages kids go through. Would love to hear about your process Meghann!

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