Posted March 15, 2008 5:12 pm by with 12 comments

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If you’ve grown accustomed to Jordan McCollum’s razor-sharp focus on internet marketing news and her (almost) daily “Linky Goodness,” you might want to make alternate plans for the end of July. Jordan is expecting her second baby–a little girl!

She sent me an email with the news, and has also posted it to her own blog MamaBlogga.

On behalf of everyone at Marketing Pilgrim, congratulations to Jordan and Ryan, and may God bless you and your family.

Feel free to add your well wishes in the comments below and perhaps tell her how much she’ll be missed, and that she absolutely needs to be back blogging the day after she gives birth–OK, maybe two days after. πŸ™‚

  • Congratulations on the good news – we’ll all miss your Linky Goodness!

  • Awesome news, congratulations! Little girls are so frilly and fun.

  • Congratulations! How wonderful and precious these sweet little ones are to our lives!

  • Congratulations, Jordan. I for one will miss your posts at Marketing Pilgrim. You always have something insightful to say.

  • Congrat’s Jordan. Best to you, Ryan and your growing family.

  • Congratulations Jordan. Take care of yourself. Since this isn’t your first time, I’m sure you are a lot less nervous.

  • Huzzah for babies! Congrats Jordan. Lots of love and luck to you and Ryan.

  • Jordan McCollum

    Thanks everyone! Don’t worry too much about Linky Goodness—we all know that Andy’s life depends on it, so I’m sure it’ll be okay for a few weeks. Or days. I don’t know how long I can go without MP, either.

  • Congratulations, Jordan. I want to wish you all the best on the new addition.

  • Jordan, congratulations to you and your family! Your contributions will be missed here so don’t get too comfortable with that time off. πŸ™‚

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    Must be strange knowing that you are having a girl and not having to wait until the big day. Must make all the clothes buying a bit easier, and halve the trouble with chosing names !

  • David Vogelpohl

    Congrats Jordan!!!