Here is another selection of the “parent” posts I won’t be writing, with - where possible - my suggestions of an alternative title, creating a suggested post that one day I might write:
iswas Summer Vacation different for your kids than it wasfor you growing up?
What grade is your child going to be in?Share a memory you have of yourself as a child at that same ageat this time of year.
- List eight things you’re looking
forward to at this time of year
after the kids return back to school, and/or
- List eight things you are dreading
sending the kids back to schoolthis time of year. Write a blog post from your dog’s perspective about how he/she feels about your kids going back to school.
- If you had more time, what is one
last summer excursion you would plan
for your family?
All interesting potential posts! Looking forward to each.ReplyDelete
I like Your list!ReplyDelete
That is innovative. Sometimes the titles suggested put off the mind rather than helping! ;)ReplyDelete
Interesting! I think we all should have a list of posts we wont write :)ReplyDelete
Can't wait to see what this becomes
This is an interesting list of posts! Honestly, I like your suggested prompts better than the originals. Looking forward to reading them.ReplyDelete
The dog's perspective? No suggestion? A treasure trove of alternative material there. Yes? ;-)ReplyDelete
This made me laugh.ReplyDelete
Here from Mel's link up.
I have to do that with most writing prompt lists, especially winter ones.ReplyDelete
Loving your alternatives, Mali. :-)ReplyDelete
I so understand this. I have quite a few blogposts I won't be writing. It is helpful to see the way you've changed them & be reminded there's something else there beyond the things that aren't there. If that makes sense.ReplyDelete
I enjoy so much how you took the posts and removed that parenting bias, so that they could apply regardless of kids or not. I love the prompts the way you edited them much better!ReplyDelete
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