Sunday, 16 December 2012

Sharing DD Bloggers

'I have an idea! If you're on this list of Sharing DD Bloggers, Consider posting a short post about what it's like to share your DD lifestyle ideas and lives with others. Use the pic above and let your readers come by and say thank you! Hopefully we might be able to nudge others along who might be considering starting a blog too!'

That was from MrBB over at ADDS  (and if I have done that right you should be able to click it..hopefully. If not,  just copy and paste) I am on that list, thanking you MrBB :) By the way, it is a great blogspot to get loads of information, it is helpful and friendly. And from there you can go and visit other bloggers too.

So, in the interest of perhaps being able to 'nudge' others along to start blogging about their DD lifestyle, here is what it is like to share with others on the same road.

Sharing with others lets you learn and get encouragement. There is always someone who has or is going through the same thing as you.

We are a community of Dd'ers who support each other. It is a great place to be.

It took me a wee while to even comment on someone's blog. I felt that I had no right to 'butt' in on their lives or to be even letting them know I was there reading, sometimes, their most secret secrets, or their most emotional and sometimes hilarious posts.

But I have learnt so much more. These people have become my friends. They are people that we can share our lives with. Rant, rave or just to post some thoughts.

Blogging can help you sort your own thoughts out too. It is a release for some (most of us) some do it because it is a requirement of the Hoh, 

Either way, how about starting? No one knows who you can say as little or as much as you like.

Here you will only find acceptance, help and encouragement.

I look forward to reading your blog :)


  1. Wonderful and poignant. How true that this is a supportive and sharing community built around caring people... like you M3!
    It would be nice to see more people share in this growing community who are living or beginning their DD journey.

    1. Morning MrBB

      Thank you. Without the support and advice of people on here, I would of been banging my head on the wall a long time ago!

  2. PLUS you get to meet some really fantastic people!!!

    We talk about so much more than just ttwd. We jump for joy at each other's kids triumphs, and are a shoulder to cry on when REAL life gets hard too.

    International friends expands your view of the world, and means there is usually someone to talk to no matter the time of day.

    Blogging can be anything that you want it to be. You set the tone. I don't regret one aspect of it....well maybe when friends are campaigning for my HoH to 'wallop' me.

    Love ya


    1. Hiya Willie,

      I think you put it so much better than I did :)

      Right down to us all campaigning for your Hoh to 'wallop' you. See what sort of wonderful support you get?

      But we all love ya Willie


  3. I am a lurker. I read many of the DD blogs, and it encouraged me to bring DD into my own marriage. We are still new to this; we started this two months ago. The ups and downs we are working through are made that much more bearable by reading the ups and downs that this community shares. I wish I could give every one of you a grateful hug; you don't know how much "silent support" you give to all of us lurkers out here!!

    1. Hello Anonymous,

      We are still new to this too, and only started a few months ago.
      You will find that many of the ups and downs that you go through are the same for all of us. That is what makes blogging so good.

      I was a lurker too for a while, not sure on how to even start. The fear of people finding out who I was too, made it even harder to type those first words.

      I look forward to perhaps one day reading your blog, Anonymous.

      Thank you for commenting too, it is nice to see that what we write is helpful to others too :)


  4. I have a blog about this

    Princess x