Attachment Writing

You’ve heard of attachment parenting, right? Parents wear their babies and co-sleep with them and everything. Well, I’m attachment writing. See my cute little bundle of joy!
It’s gone everywhere with me this week: my youngest son’s Jiu-Jitsu class, my oldest son’s youth activity, and I even held it while watching Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. last night. (Oh, my, was it a good one!)
My lovely, purple clipboard has it all a separate compartment for writing instruments, storage area large enough for a full-size spiral notebook, and a clip on the front to keep paper in place when needed. Standing over a foot tall, it doubles as a lap desk and coordinates with my other Office Depot bargain finds, like these lovely stacking crates that even the God of Thunder approves of.
Yes, I’m kicking it old school with paper and pen because I need to know the chronological narrative of my characters before the official beginning of the story. I have the location, characters, and history. Now, I’m waiting for their names and the main plot points to strike me. I want my paper nearby when the time is ripe to move on to the next level. My baby has me covered.
What thoughts are you rocking to sleep tonight?

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