“Search Terms that found my blog!” – Round 2

I have been wanting to do this again for a while, but it seems that most of what are bringing people to my blog are actually legit and I actually can identify all of the posts they got to with them.  Sucks…but…I have decided to just post up the past quarter of search terms that brought people here, but deleted some of the ones that happen quite a lot and only show them once:
nevus sebaceous — This is legit…it is the birthmark Babyhead had removed back in April.
funny road signs — Posted some good ones that DH took on a road trip once…
crazy road signs — same as above…
yo gabbagabba — Apparently this is a popular show,  had to disable comments on that post…
emotional blackmail — I actually get this one or variations of it quite often after I wrote about book…
insane world — Yes, yes it is.
36 weeks — I know they got to one of my preg posts…but not sure what they were looking for…
backacks — Really not sure what this one is looking for either…but got to my Star Wars post…
pregnancy and chinese food — Mmmm chicken fried rice…
chinese food and pregnancy — Mmm Fried Wontons….
appointment later — Hope it isn’t serious.
mother emotional blackmail — Yea…
is there anyway to get emotional blackma —Sucks this one got cut off…
emotional blackmail book — You need to search Amazon or B&N
going brafree — …is totally awesome.  Down with bras!

Maybe I will get some better ones in the future and write about them.  😉  At least I am not getting any more “f*at s*ex” search terms…

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4 responses to ““Search Terms that found my blog!” – Round 2

  1. LOL That’s ok. 🙂

  2. Amy

    LOL nevermind I just found your other very detailed post. Sorry! LOL

  3. Amy

    I found your blog through a search for nevus sebaceous. My five year old daughter has this and I’m trying to figure out if now is the time to have it removed. Some of the stuff I’m finding is conflicting…some say wait and see, others say there’s 10-30% chance of basal cell carcinoma and to have the lesion removed before puberty.

    I always figured we’d have it removed before puberty. But I’m thinking…we have the insurance now. She’s five. And I HATE knowing that this is something that has the potential to be harmful to her in a matter of time.

    I’m interested to find out how your kiddo did with the surgery, and what can I tell her to expect? How is the scarring, and what was recovery like?

    Thanks Momma!
    ~Amy
    amy at funkywonder dot com