Sunday, May 15, 2011

Ch-ch-ch-changes

Now that Williams Syndrome Awareness Week has come to a close, I have made a few enhancements to my blog.

First, I have purchased my own domain. My blog link is now http://www.babyjandbean.com/. You can still get to it from the http://www.babyjandbean.blogspot.com/ link, at least for the time being, but everything will eventually move over to this new address. If you are following me on blogger or through facebook links, this should be seamless for you. If you are typing in my address or using a bookmark, please make note of the change - or even better, you can use the follow function on the side bar or subscribe via rss or email to make sure that you don't miss any posts. Thank you for following along!

Next, because I had such an overwhelmingly positive response to my Williams syndrome series, I created a page dedicated to Williams syndrome and provided direct links to the 7 posts. You can find it on the top of my blog under the header. It's called, "What is Williams Syndrome?" Or, you can bookmark this direct link. I plan to update this page with some frequency so check it often and feel free to share this with family and friends.


Finally, I added two blog rolls to the side bar on the right. The first is a list of other WS family blogs. I love sharing stories and experiences. If you have a blog that I haven't listed, please let me know and I'll be happy to add it! The second is a list of other blogs that I really enjoy. These lists are sure to evolve as I discover more awesomeness so be sure to check back often and check them out.

Thanks again for reading my blog. I am really excited about these enhancements and I hope you enjoy them, too!

7 comments:

  1. Thats amazing Im glad you got so many responses about Williams. Awareness is great <3

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  2. So interesting to read and learn about other syndromes. My son has DiGeorge syndrome (also known as 22q11 deletion). Your little boy is so darling.

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  3. Thanks, Jessica! I'm so pleased that people want to learn more!

    It's nice to meet you, Annie! I know just a little bit about DiGeorge syndrome - it was one of the things they were considering as an alternative to look for if my son did not have WS - but I need to learn more! So critical to spread awareness about our amazing kids!

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  4. Hey, I dropped in to check out your new digs. Very nice! I do have one suggestion though... the labels and post data seem to run over the comments. I am wondering if that could be corrected by expanding the main column and maybe reducing the column on the right.

    Thanks for including me on your blog roll!

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  5. Hi! Following you from the Monday blog hop! Hope you visit my Cajun blog and return the follow!
    -Jessica @ http://cajunlicious.com

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  6. Shan - of course I included you. Your blog is great. AND thank you for letting me know about the post issue. It is appearing fine in Chrome but I looked at it in IE and it's all wonky. I have a question out to the help team and hope to have it resolved soon!

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  7. You have a beautiful family and thank you for sharing all about the Williams syndrome.There still are people out there, like me that know nothing about it, but thanks to you, I'm a little more informed.

    Alex

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