Don't you think this is an interesting question?
No, Fritz doesn't. Not really. I don't like to admit that. (Intentionally avoiding further elaboration.)
I've tried typing out the other answer with all it's various qualifications so that my answer is: Yes, he IS reading my blog! The post got really long. Finally, I appeased myself with this:
Yes, he reads my blog if I tell him to.
All of this thinking about answering such a seemingly simple and direct question gave me three more thoughts about myself and blogging:
1) Blogging about kids when they are younger is probably – definitely? – much easier because the parent-child relationship is clear(er). Clearer both to the parent/blogger and to the outside world. Older people relationships or longer term relationships are more complex and less suited to the blogging-stand-alone-post-format.
2) Nonetheless, there's something intriguing, frightening, and challenging about trying to blog about complex relationships. Is it impossible? Decidedly, morally wrong? I don't think so.
3) Sometimes I find it very difficult to walk away from something once it's been framed as a Challenge.