Wednesday, October 12, 2011

How Do You Get Here?

I thought about this the other day as I was blog-hopping.  My guess is that most folks probably see the updates when I post them on facebook and then jump here from there.  I also know that others may see when I post in their dashboard view if they have a blogger account.  Others may have a bunch of bookmarks for their favorite blogs and click on them individually each and every day over coffee to get their morning fix.

Well, I was playing around with widgets a couple of days ago and, while trying to add a button about RSV,  I noticed that there was a subscription widget.   I know, I'm probably pretty late to the game with this one, but it did seem like it might serve as a better way to get notified when there's some late-breaking news about the DeBauche babies!

If you look to the left, you'll notice two subscription options right below the "Preparing for RSV Season" button.  I haven't actually used it before, but having just played around with it a little, it looks as though you can make it show up on your Google or Yahoo homepage (would probably work well if it's actually set as your homepage) or it will work with Netvibes or Newsgator (which I have absolutely no clue about).  The other option would be to use the Atom reader with live bookmarks which will put a "Zero to Three in 40 Weeks" bookmark folder at the top of your browser with a drop down that includes all of the recent posts.

If this isn't helpful, don't fret.  I'll still continue to link my posts to facebook.

Thank you for continuing to follow along with our adventure!

By the way, if you have a different way of checking in on the DeBauche babies, I'd love to hear it.

3 comments:

  1. I use google reader. I don't remember where I first heard about your blog - probably from another triplet mom's blog. :)

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  2. GOOGLE READER! I just recently discovered it and love it. I learned about your blog from a post by the Boudreaux Triplets and have followed ever since.

    I'm so glad your girls are doing well. You have such an amazing story!

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  3. Lindsay CastiglioneOctober 12, 2011 at 5:31 PM

    I was following your story from the very beginning on the TTTS facebook page. I have 4 month old TTTS survivors, two beautiful boys born at 30w3d. They spent 46 days in the NICU. I was originally pregnant with a fraternal singleton as well as the ID twins, so I can relate to your story somewhat. I am praying all the time for the girls! So glad to see them doing so well.

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