Friday, 31 July 2009

Blog Visitors

My blog site meter count has just turned over to 15,000 visitors!

I know it may not seem much to some, but I am hopeful that somehow my blog may have helped some of these visitors in similar situations by sharing our experiences with Violet and the management of her conditions. Also the other great sites and blogs links we have on here.

To see why I decided to blog in the first place, please see this post Why I Blog

7 comments:

Big brother, Little sister. said...

wow that is a big number of visitors! I love following your adventures through your blog and seeing the precious Miss Violet. xx

suealeen said...

Sarah,
Bravo!! I know I'm one of them.. I just love to read stories about you and Violet. I feel close to both of you...


xoxo

Kristen said...

I think that is a fantastic, big number! I also think, you are accomplishing the purpose of your blog. What a gift you have given to other people by sharing your story.

Oh, and by the way, I love this block background! Very pretty!

Laura said...

I don't know where I'd be today if I hadn't found you and your blog! Thanks for blogging and sharing Violet's journey! *hugs*

Belinda said...

That is a lot of visitors! Thank you for sharing Violets stories. I love reading your blogs!

Carla said...

I am happy to be a visitor & follower! beautiful pic too!!

Michelle said...

Hi, I found a link to your website on mine, FetalHydrocephalus.com. Please know that your work here is appreciated more than you will ever know. When I started my journey with hydrocephalus there were very few places to go to learn about the real lives of people dealing with these issues. Now we have built a wonderful blog community where new parents can see so many different families and can learn what they really need to know. A doctor gives a diagnosis, but only a parent can truly tell you what it is like. And in a day and age where doctors have to emphasize the negative so that they don't get sued, these blogs show what they can't - the wonder of these special children, hope that they will live and that even if their life isn't the same as other *normal* children, their differences just make them even more amazing.

Thank you.