Introducing a New Blog

My son has created his own blog! I’m so excited and couldn’t be more proud of him. My son wants to write stories. I’m thrilled with the idea that maybe I have been an inspiration. Frankly, I’m inspired by him. Anyway, I’m sure he’ll be surpassing me in followers very soon, probably without even trying that hard. And then, of course, we’ll be fighting over computer time. There could be worse things to fight over.

He created his blog in a matter of minutes and then whipped out a couple of posts. Just like that! He has a splendid imagination and is currently writing an epic fantasy. He even created a map for the story line.

Remember what it was like when you started your blog and you hoped someone would stop by? It would really make his day (and mine!) if you could stop by and say hi. Tell him I sent you. And, he would love a comment! He hasn’t had one yet, and didn’t want one for me since I’m can talk to him face-to-face.

His blog is FantasticFantasyInc.  and he likes to be called rockeredit.

Check it out!

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44 thoughts on “Introducing a New Blog

  1. [ Smiles ] So, I am going to speculate that you are going to be a strong supporter of your son’s blog from now on.

    I am also going to pay his blog a surprise visit!

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  2. How inspiring are the both of you? I love that your son is actively creating and following a dream. (And what a terrific start!) Well played, blog-Mama uber-writer, well played.

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    1. Thanks, Jen! I’m really thrilled. He just did and did it so fast. I’m in awe of him. I think his writing has a freshness that is kinda magical! Thanks so much for visiting him and commenting, and what a great comment!

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  3. Amy, that’s awesome! My son also wants to eventually start a blog- he did a guest post for me and loved it.

    I want to follow your son, but I do NOT want him following me back- or even reading the content of my blog, given what I just posted! How do we work this, mama?

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    1. Oh my!! I had thought of this at all, Samara!!! I don’t think he’ll be reading a ton of blogs. I don’t see him having the time for that. He likes the writing and creating part. They need a WordPress Junior. I will, of course, monitor what he reads as best I can. I suppose it’s a chance I take in letting him have one. I’ll leave it up to you. Thanks! xo

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      1. Amy, I have wondered why they don’t have a Word Press junior. I’ve hesitated to let Little Dude start a blog for just that reason. Maybe we can talk to someone about this…

        In the meantime, we’ve been reading your son’s blog and really enjoying it! What an imagination!

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      2. It’s a strange thing, isn’t it? If they had a WordPress Junior then that could attract the wrong people, too.Yet our young people are a part of social media. Teenagers have their own phones, etc. And with something like writing on a blog and creating stories, it’s not like you want to discourage that!! I’m so overjoyed that he wants to do it. So, you know, I’ll just have to be watchful.

        Thanks so much for reading!! I appreciate that and I know my son does, too. Well, if and when Little Dude joins, our sons can follow each other!

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    1. Awwww, thanks Guapo! And thanks for the visit over there. Thank you soooo much! He’s loving it. Nah, I won’t be jealous….maybe just a little. He does things so effortlessly. It’s a little lesson for me. 🙂

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  4. I will definitely be calling by his new blog Amy
    and I hope that he receives a hearty welcome
    to our blogosphere 🙂 Have a fun evening and
    rest of weekend 🙂

    Andro xxxx

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      1. I am looking forward to reading his stories
        and will call in as soon as I have added him
        to my Knaves list 🙂

        That’s just another tag for Blogroll 🙂 lol

        Andro xxxx

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      2. Your son has a very nice looking blog and one that I am sure will stir some interest. I also like his keen imagination, it is certainly one that is creative judging by his story, ‘The Realm of Borine’. I wonder what will happen next? 🙂

        Andro xxxx

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      3. Andro, he’s already written the next part and will put it up tomorrow! Thanks so much for your support. I think he’s off to a great start. 🙂

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  5. Your son is a chip off the old block, not sure if that expression applies to mothers, but its great that he is putting himself out there Amy and great that you have encouraged him to do so. In reading his story I couldn’t help but think Tolkien has an awful lot to answer for doesn’t he.

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    1. Indeed, Tolkien is an influence. I think it’s great he wants to do this and hope it will be a growing experience for him. Thanks so much for visiting his blog, Michael! I really appreciate it.

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      1. My pleasure I look forward to reading more and encouraging him as much as I can. I have come across a few young bloggers, one young lady is an excellent writer even tough she writes on very dark subjects.

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      2. Great! I think a lot of kids would love outlet like this. I don’t know how my son comes up with some of his thoughts and words, and the way he magically phrases things. Okay, I’m a little bias, of course. The only way I can explain is that he’s an old soul! Thanks again for your support, Michael.

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    1. I so appreciate that, Vanessa. He’s just loving all this attention and I couldn’t be happier. He’s all smiles. He can’t keep up with the comments. Thanks for the follow and everything!

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