Since its birth, this photojournal has seen about 4 themes I’ve personally crafted, but this new layout is the first time I’ve ever used mint instead of the usual pink. I’ve always chosen to use pink because it was my favorite color since I could remember, but (not really) interesting fact: according to my mommy, green was my first love, aside from eating snow. I also randomly learned today that I never rolled around to crawl as a baby. Instead, I sat up & eventually progressed to walk. My mom told me I was weird for not rolling, but I just told her it’s because rolling over is for dogs. Anyway, so this theme color was picked by my -4 readers! Okay, so maybe I actually have a positive number of readers so thank you all for your input! Hopefully you all chose wisely because the next time I’m changing this would probably be next year. Let me know if there are any weird bugs or things out of place or suggestions. I still think my navigation bar is as awkward as you feel when someone is singing you happy birthday & you have no idea what to do. Can we talk about this? Do you all just smile & clap or what? I’ll probably change the ribbon to make it look all fancy later. I promised the boys of NAHT that I’d work on their website this weekend, so mush!
Jessy of Everything is Makeable was sweet enough to nominate my little photojournal for a Liebster Award! For those of you who don’t know what it is, “liebster” is German for “dearest”, meaning that the award acknowledges the small blogs that are held dear. The Liebster Award is modified chain mail as there is no committee that nominates you. Anyone who is “nominated” can nominate another blogger for the award, so long as they haven’t been nominated before. The original requirement was that the blogger had to have less than 3000 readers, but it’s now just more popular to award that to less than 200 readers because you’re kind of a big deal in the blogging community if you’ve got 3000 readers. You’re supposed to answer questions the person who nominated you created, so here we go: