New WordPress Themes for SecondLifeKid

Hi, kid-bloggers.
I installed some new WordPress themes on SecondLifeKid.com that are more kid-oriented. Here are a few of the niftiest ones:

BalloonsIntheSky84thumb Big Treethumb Blue Leavesthumb
Books & Imaginationthumb Butterfliesthumb Butterfly Blogthumb
Cheerful Kidsthumb Colorfulthumb colorful-10thumb
manycolorsidea-10thumb Dancalicious73thumb desk-messthumb
dream-onthumb Esteroxthumb Hands_Upthumb
HoldingHands77thumb In The Classroomthumb Its-a-boythumb
Moo72thumb NT-TheChildhoodOfEternitythumb orange_partythumb
pink-kupy-10thumb sl-documentingthumb TeamRejoice98thumb
skater-boythumb soccer_fansthumb TheDungeonthumb
wp-ice-cream-flavorthumb myGuitar36thumb sunfeastthumb

See all the themes by logging in to your control panel and clicking on “Design”
Happy Blogging!
-Adz

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4 Responses to “New WordPress Themes for SecondLifeKid”

  1. gurlygurl2 says:

    how do u make a avatar on here?????

  2. Adz Admin says:

    Good question.

    The avatars you see on this site were created in Second Life, a 3D virtual world. Avatars in this world can take on many shapes, including some resembling human or human-animal children. For this community, some create a blog here on secondlifekid.com so they can post stories, commentary, and pictures of things happening inside Second Life. If you would like to join, start by creating an account in Second Life. When you get in the virtual world, change your avatars shape so it resembles a child. Post some information about your character in your Second Life profile. Then, register on secondlifekid.com, and IM Adz Childs. I recommend getting familiar with Second Life and the kids RP community in Second Life, first. Otherwise, you won’t have much to blog about! Here is a link to sign up for Second Life: https://join.secondlife.com/ Select a default avatar at first. You can replace it with your own creation once you get in-world.

    Secondlifekid.com has nothing to do with Second Life or Linden Lab except that the accounts on the blog are each associated with a Second Life resident.

    I will also post a resource on the front page.

  3. emo8 says:

    so are you saying that its safe
    for us kids

  4. midnight567 says:

    isnt second life for adults?

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