After Alison’s comment on a post from a couple days ago, I feel the need to offer somewhat of an explanation for some of the changes I’ve made with the move to WordPress. I hope and pray that everyone will be understanding as I seek to keep certain things a bit more private. My family is so very important to me, and I want nothing but the best for both Brad and Nate. I love having all kinds of people from all kinds of places find our family blog, but I also question how much complete strangers need to know about some more personal things. I would assume most would want the same sense of privacy for their own families. I also had no desire to have a completely private, invitation only blog. For one, it’s too much work to do the whole inviting thing. Secondly, I don’t mind random people enjoying the blog. As for wondering if I will ever post family pictures on public posts, I haven’t figured that one out yet. Currently I have given the post password to family only (or at least the family I have emails for). I still have to figure out how far beyond that to go with the password. I will definitely be sharing it with friends in the coming weeks, but I haven’t gotten around to it. Honestly, it will probably be early March before I get around to that though. If you’re on our Christmas card/letter list and know of the website through that, but you also know I (Brad having it doesn’t count) don’t have your email to send you the password, leave a comment with your email and I will be sure you get it when all the rest of the friends do. (I’m pretty sure that sentence qualifies as a run-on, sorry Mrs. B!) We don’t want to lose you as readers! Again, I hope you are able to read this in such a way that each of you is able to see that I have done this out of love for my family and wanting to keep us a bit safer on the crazy internet.