Sharing The Blog Love…Showcase #5

Sharing The Blog Love…Showcase #5

It was another week of fantastic post’s linking up to #SharingtheBloglove and I was spoilt for choice on which posts to showcase this week.

If you are a regular thank you for joining us again and if you are new it’s lovely to have you…

Petite Pudding

I don’t know about you but with all the attacks that are happening in the world, it makes me even more anxious and worried. I look at my girls and I wonder what world they are growing up in. I feel helpless and I don’t know how to protect them. This post ‘What a World We are Bringing Our Children Into‘, shares all my fears and worries. A brilliantly written post sharing thoughts and concerns that I know a lot of parents have.

Mess and Merlot

Mess and Merlot is a relatively new blog for me to read and now I seek it out. When I saw the title to this post ‘Mr Grey‘, I thought ooh where are we going with this. It went on to be a brilliantly funny post about finding a grey hair and I was laughing along and sadly nodding along too.

Little Ladies Big World

When Laura started her blog she only used her girls initials when writing about them. She wrote a great post about trying to decide if she should start using their names on her blog and she went on to make the decision to share their names with us all. This post ‘R is for…‘ is the unveiling on her youngest daughters name. I love finding out the names of children and this is a beautiful post about a beautiful girl, who also happens to share a middle name with my Holly.

Dot Makes 4

This post by Laura titled ‘ First Year of Secondary School is Over’ is a lovely post written about how her son has flourished during his first year and that she has learnt to slowly take a step back, never easy for a parent, but one that has allowed her son to become the confident boy he now is.

It would be lovely if you could head over to our featured posts and give them some #SharingtheBlogLove love!


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  1. 28/07/2016 / 06:53

    Loved all of these! But especially Mess and Merlot; fabulous writer!! #sharingthebloglove

  2. 28/07/2016 / 09:40

    I missed last week’s linky (V. sorry), but I look forward to having a catch up with your choices here. #SharingtheBlogLove

  3. blabbermama
    28/07/2016 / 11:04

    Fab picks- going to check mess and merlot out! #sharingthebloglove

  4. 28/07/2016 / 11:35

    Eek thank you so much for choosing to showcase my post- so glad you enjoyed it! (No posts from me for at the moment while we settle into the holidays but I’ll still be reading lots of lovely blogs!) Off to discover LLBW and DM4 now 🙂 xx

  5. Dean of Little Steps
    28/07/2016 / 13:40

    Fab list of faves! Off to check the out now 🙂 #sharingtheblogblove

  6. Ami MyMummySpam
    28/07/2016 / 15:11

    Mess and merlot is one of my FAVS but they are all great posts!! well done guys

  7. 28/07/2016 / 15:21

    Great posts. Enjoyed reading them all!

  8. 28/07/2016 / 22:22

    Loved reading Petite Pudding and Mess and Merlot! #sharingthebloglove

  9. 28/07/2016 / 23:50

    A lovely selection of posts. Nice how they’re all very different too.

  10. 29/07/2016 / 05:45

    Oh I must pop over and read the post about secondary school as Aspen starts next year and I am so nervous! #sharingthebloglove

  11. 29/07/2016 / 14:07

    Some awesome choices here! I love reading all of these 🙂 #thelist

  12. 29/07/2016 / 21:40

    Great licks by the way, I really don’t envy your task of picking out your favourites. X #sharingthebloglove

  13. 29/07/2016 / 22:27

    I really must remember to link up. You have picked some really fab posts to showcase. I particularly loved Pettitt Pudding’s one x #TheList

  14. Rebecca Taylor
    30/07/2016 / 10:05

    Great choices – thank you for sharing and hosting! X #Sharingthebloglove

  15. Lizzie firstooth
    30/07/2016 / 22:04

    A really lovely selection of posts. I’m yet to find a grey hair but unfortunately did find a little bald spot! I love finding out kiddies names too, I completely understand why some keep their identities a secret but it’s lovely to know a little more about the families we read about regularly.

    I wrote a post similar to Petite Pudding because everything that has happened lately has brought out a huge anxiety in me as a parent and also a deep rooted fear for my childrens future. I’ve not published it because it just feels too raw but it’s touching to read other parents feeling the exact same. It’s a scary world and it’s our aim to keep them as safe and happy as possible x #thelist

  16. Alice Mills
    31/07/2016 / 15:09

    Love this linky, great posts – am currently at war with my grey hair :'( #SharingtheBlogLove

  17. Hannah (tuesdayschildblog)
    31/07/2016 / 20:40

    Love a good recommendation, will be making my way through them! X #sharingthebloglove

  18. 02/08/2016 / 07:41

    Great picks! The idea of revealing your child’s true identity online is such a big decision, kudos to Laura for taking the plunge xx #sharingthebloglove