do i know you?

It's get to know each other time again at Casa Kate!

Comment below, if you feel so inclined, and tell me who you are and what brought you to my blog. Do I know you? Are you an old friend I haven't seen in a while? Did you just stumble on the blog for the first time today?



newscoma said...

Actually, I believe I found you through Jon's blog.

erika allen said...

i found you though a uu list serve.
you had posted about your new parenting book, looking for people to interveiw.
i like your blog
and jons too!
erika allen
"the OC"

Melissa H. said...

I found you through knoxblab and have been reading for over a year now. :)


Mr. Booni said...

It's Randall. Becky has your blog bookmarked.

Amie said...

you don't know me.....I have been reading your blog for a couple of months now, and I probably found you from something AP related, but I don't remember. I am also about as pregnant as you (13 weeks), so it is kinda cool to follow where are at with all that. :) Blessings,

dewi said...

I did a search and there are a few resources on line.

On Line Used, maternity clothes stores. Three nice tops for $10.00

With a pair of black pants, you have a few more nice work outfits.

Melissa Carson said...

I found you through KnoxBlab and having been reading you for over a year now.

Jane and Sydney said...

Hey mom...I KNOW U!

lets seee.....i met you when i came into this earth!


anyway i commented back on my blog "the perfect font sooo...if u wanna know just look!


MomnPop said...

I came here through Lindsey at Suburban Turmoil's post about attachment parenting. Just thought it was an interesting subject I wanted to read more about. I like your take on it, and your perspective on parenting in general from what I've read so far. Nice to meet you!

Anonymous said...

I can't remember how I found your blog, been reading for about 6 months and enjoy it. I was you 23 years ago...especially about childbirth/nursing issues. Scary how things haven't changed.
You led me to Atomictumor and my heart broke during his sad saga...still read him...too. Your wedding was delightful, thanks for sharing that.

Anonymous said...

I found your blog after searching on AP. Just had my third baby. Have been reading your blog for over a year I think: I like it!
Amanda, NZ

Krisha said...

My wonderful hubby found your blog.
He's always on the lookout for cool people.
I have been reading for over a year now and I am also pregnant...34 weeks. A little ahead you.
I love the bloggin'

Katie S. said...

I think I found a link to your blog on Amazon when I was searching for breastfeeding books. That was probably 4 months ago. I don't think I ever read a blog before and now I am hooked. I too am 11 weeks prego (2nd child - still breastfeeding the first) so its fun to see what you have to say. Also, I may be moving to Tenn and I am semi-liberal from California orginally.

Debbie said...

I found your blog through WBIR PopCulture. I have been keeping up with you since last summer. I now keep up with Jon's blog too. You guys also led me To AtomicTumor. I am from Knoxville, born and raised.

Laura Linger said...

I'm Laura Linger. I was really mean to you once. It was unjustified, and I am very sorry that I did that. I do like your blog and I am very happy that you have found such happiness.

And I learned that "bitchy" is not synonymous with "edgy." Nor does it necessarily a good writer make.



Lori B said...

Knew you way back when you were pregnant with your third - you were on our febmom list (which is still going strong!)

Megan said...

I found you through NiT, or maybe through the blog of one of the NiT regulars. I liked your writing style, and read your blog quite often now. :)

Cary said...

Knoxville local here, found you when a friend in Boston linked to your house-for-sale. I keep coming back once in a while because I love that someone in this town has such progressive ideas about parenting.

karrie said...

I link-surfed over from another blog.

I don't always agree with your parenting philosophies,but I enjoy your writing style.

Ingrid Artemisia said...

Ha! Not sure you really want to know.

I'm bored, can't sleep, and was perusing old threads at the Perfect World and found the Katie Gets Divorced thread. I don't know if you remember or not but you found the thread, posted, and in general, were a kick-ass good sport about it.

I'm so glad to find that you have found a new partner and are having another child. Well, glad and envious or jealous or whatever it is when you are glad good fortune has befallen someone else but wish it would happen to you. Best wishes to you, Jon, and your four - I'll check back.

Anonymous said...

I found you by reading your article about the book 'Babywise' for Salon magazine in 1998: "Do parents who buy the controversial babycare book know about its conservative christian agenda?" I did notice at the end of the article against this book that you were promoting yours.
Now you have had almost 10 years since writing that article. Have your views changed on the book? My only observation is that in London where I live and most people have one or two children and are exhausted, but there are more kids with the people I know who have use babywise because it seems that the kids are part of the family, rather than the family revolving around the demands of the kids.

Anonymous said...

In exhaustion and frustration, after receiving yet another round of legal papers and threats from my exhusband, I googled some terms about fighting the powerful father's rights movement and found an article quoting you. I recognized your name, googled you, and ended up reading your article, "Losing Custody of My Hope". I was stunned and saddened to see that someone I have admired and identified with during my years of parenting (via the AP movement) had been through similar abuse by the court system and the man you once loved. I followed a few more clickable links and found your blog and have been happily reading about your new babe on the way and your fab new fella. May my fight be over soon too, and my children and I also move on to happier times. *sigh*