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i'd like to respond, please

To my Readers,

I wanted to stop and thank you for a minute.

I love hearing from you and seeing that your reading my blog.  It warms my heart that you're continuing to read even though my pregnancy is over and I have a little baby at home.  I know the excitement of a pregnancy can be (a little) more enjoyable to read about verses day-to-day mommy blogging, so for those that don't come around as much, you are missed.

With that said, I'd still like to be able to respond to those that leave comments, by email.  Do you know that the majority of you leave comments (wrestling kitties, Stephanie, etc....) that I'd love to respond to and I cannot, because your settings on blogger don't allow me?

You can change those settings by following these steps:

  • When on blogger, in the upper right hand corner, there is your picture and your name of your google account.
  • Click on this drop down menu.
  • Choose "Blogger Profile".
  • Once in your "Blogger Profile", choose the "Edit Profile" button, which will bring up another screen for editing.
  • The second option down, is "Show email address" and you'll need to check this box.
  • Down further, there is a box that says "Email Address" and next to it says, "Changing this does not change the e-mail address you use to sign-in."  Here you may pick a different email address to have your comment responses sent to, if you don't want it to be your personal email and maybe your blog specific email address.
  • Once you have this all set, save your settings.

From here on, when you leave a comment, you'll also be able to receive a response... especially when you leave a question in the comments.

Hope this helps!
I hope that in the future, when these setting have been changed, we will be able to communicate more efficiently.

Happy Friday!

I've written about this here and here, if you'd like to reference these posts too.  These are for blogger users that are still using the old interface.


Stephanie said…
Ok, I made the change! Thanks for writing about this. Another blog I follow wrote about it some time back but I never made the change. I'll have to see once this comment posts, but does everyone see my email address or only the person whose blog I'm commenting on? Thanks!
Josey said…
Amen!! I post about this every once in awhile. :) I think a lot of people don't even realize that when they ask a question, their email isn't visible to actually reply to.
Hannah Rose said…
I found your blog on Faces of Loss, Faces of Hope. I am very sorry for your loss. I too lost my baby, Lily Katherine, who was stillborn at fullterm on March 16, 2010. She was due March 14 (National Potato Chip Day) so her nickname was Spud! :) Although I wish nobody else had to know this pain, it's good to know I'm not alone and there are people who "get it." I'd love to have you follow along on my blog as well:

Blessings, Hannah Rose
Stephanie said…
Haha, Josey was the one whose blog I was referring to in my first comment.
I had NO idea about this feature! I think I need a blogger 101 class because I do not know how to do much with this blog. (Like put tabs at the top?!) It is so foreign to me.

Anywho, I THINK I did it. I created a new blog email and it should be set up correctly now. Let me know if you can reply.

Thanks for the heads up on this!!

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