I can’t believe we are at week ten of #SharingtheBlogLove, the weeks are just whizzing by at the moment. Thank you to everyone that continues to join us, we love it when new people find our little linky.
It’s lovely to see lots of comments on all the blogs as I go round them all, thank you for taking the time to make this linky a success, we couldn’t do it without you.
Anyway on to my favourites from last week…
Next week Alice is starting school and when I read ‘Slipping Through my Fingers All the Time; Off To School‘, I was nodding away and got a bit emotional reading it. I just can’t imagine Alice not being by my side and these words stuck with me…
” I don’t want him to be gone all day every day.”
Oh, I wish we could freeze time. But, I know that Alice is so ready, just like Pudding is. I often think that when they start school it’s the parents that struggle with it more than the children. I know that I am going to be the mum in tears at the school gate.
I love reading birth stories. What you realise when you enter the parenting world, is that everyone’s is different. No two are the same, even by the same mother. I was pleased to see Hannah had written her birth story for us all to read. I can’t imagine how Hannah must have felt to go from a midwife appointment straight to hospital, she handled it really well and stayed so calm. Hannah keeps us on our toes with this one and part two is still to come, I hope she links it up soon so we can all have a read.
Andy and I talk a lot about taking our girls to Disney World, it is high up on our list of places to take them. For us its all about getting the timing right with their age, we want them to appreciate it, remember it and still have the magic of going. Sarah has recently been to Orlando and she has shared with us her Tips and Advice. I love reading these posts, I get all excited about going. But, more importantly there is just so much to think about when booking a trip to Disney World and you want to get it right. Sarah gives some great advice and I will definitely be saving this post for when we book our trip.
I think every couple with children can relate to this post ‘Who’s more tired?‘, a game I know that Andy and I have played on several occasions over the last four years. Living with sleep deprivation is never easy and really there are no winners to this game. Let’s all just stick together and hope that by the time our little ones reach their teenage years we can get some sleep!!
If you missed any of these last week, it would be lovely if you popped over and gave them some love…