a plan for tuesday.

So last night I'm talking to S...
Me: I'm thinking of starting a series on my blog called Letters to Rowan, where I write letters to Rowan. 
S: Hmm. You'll write letters to Rowan... and then share them with everyone? That's weird. 
Me: Yeah, I thought it might sound a little weird too. But I still think it's a good idea. I mean, I can pretty much do whatever I want. Plus it forces me to write Rowan a letter every week. Letters he might want to read someday. 
S: Okay. Yeah, and you can write them like poems. 
Me: Umm, no. Not on my blog. 
S: Why?
Me: Poems just aren't for the blog. 
S: And letters are?
Me: Well... 
S: What day will it be? You already have something for Friday. (Though I haven't been religious about it lately, I plan to start with a hallelujah.)
Me: Tuesdays sound good. 
S: And then you can write letters to me on Wednesdays. 
Me: Umm, not on the blog. 
S: I'm your husband. How come only your son gets letters?
Me: Because he doesn't care. But I can still write you letters. 
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21 comments:

Hollie said...

boys! sigh.

Signe said...

Hihi, I think it sounds like a good idea :)

Ren- Lady Of The Arts said...

totally good idea-
My thing is though that I wrote letters for my first born- then once the second one came around he didn't get letters- so the letters are really just for me and I can't share them with the monkeys because I can't let them know I only wrote letters for the first.

Ian Frederick Caton said...

No poems for your blog? Then where do you post poetry?

Nuit said...

hi Heather! LOVE LUV LUVS your blog! thank you for stopping by mine today ;) xox

Jess said...

i love this idea!

Jen said...

I think letters to your son would be a great idea! I think he would grow to treasure them.

OneCraftyFox said...

I think the letters are an absolutely wonderful idea. Something for all of you to cherish for years to come.

Thanks for the shout out, babe :)

The Many Colours of Happiness said...

What a great idea! I say go for it :)

Connie @ SogniESorrisi said...

I think writing to your child is a wonderful idea, but maybe you don't need to put too much pressure on yourself choosing a day and such. Just write what comes when it comes :)

Coffee and a Book Chick said...

*giggles* Love the convo between you and the hubby! :) Writing letters for the little one is a fabulous idea, do it!

Louise said...

hee hee hee brilliant! I think it's a nice idea.

:: Lavender's Green :: said...

Hee hee, such a cute conversation!

x Jasmine

PS. Love the idea!

Krystal said...

hih! i love the convo :)

Monica said...

it's a great idea.

i tried to keep up with something like that on my mama blog and i was terrible at it. i'm now just trying to blog the simple things a lot more.

Poppies and Sunshine said...

What a lovely idea! I think it's cute :)

And I think it's so funny too how poppies are illegal to pick here. So weird!

Gracie said...

I hope you do write letters to you son :) I think it will be wonderful for him when he grows up. It's really special. x

Erika @ ~TiptoeButterfly~ said...

haha - LOVE this convo! - soooo cute!

can u write ME a letter?! haha

Indie.Tea said...

I like the letter idea, it would be lovely for him to own those when he grows up.
And your conversation with S sounds so familiar, rather like my own conversations with my own S...with me vetoing ideas for the blog also.

DolceDreams said...

What a super cool post she did! Love it! And your idea for a letter...Do it while you think of it, there are so many things I wanted to do when my guys were little, but somehow never got around too...
Have a great weekend,
Nathalie

Faiza said...

i think it is a beautiful idea and rowan will treasure it at different times of his life...

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