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This coming weekend is the GFI National Leadership & Alumni Conference in Oklahoma. Each year when this happens, someone out there (no need to name names, some of you will know though) spearheads a week of blogging about her extreme dislike of all things Ezzo.
This year, I thought I would do some spearheading of my own and do a week of blogging about my extreme like of all things Ezzo. I dub this week Babywise Success Stories Week!
There are a lot of misconceptions out there about Babywise. These rumors get started somewhere, and then people pass them on without even so much as touching a Babywise book. We Babywise moms have been pretty quiet in the past–some are even scared to tell people they do Babywise because of the backlash they might receive. I do think this is definitely a lot better than it was back when I started this blog. Before I started this blog, if you Googled Babywise, you only found negative information. Now you find this blog right at the top.
I don’t want to start a war or anything. Not at all. But I think it would do potential Babywise moms some good to have positive stories out there. I think it would do current Babywise moms some good to have positive stories out there.
This is the reason I asked you for your stories. All week long, I will be publishing positive stories that you have sent me. If you feel so inclined, you can blog on your own blogs about your success with Babywise and why you have liked doing it.
If you don’t yet feel comfortable doing that, don’t feel bad. Only do it if you feel comfortable doing so because I know some Babywise bashers can be very forceful and there is no need for you to deal with that if you don’t want to.
But if you do blog about it, and would like to, come back here and post a comment with a link to your positive story! Let’s get some positive buzz going around the Internet!
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