Today I’m sharing my final #SharingtheBlogLove showcase post. I’ve loved reading all the posts that have linked up over the last 2 years. Katy and I have been really lucky to have lots of lovely bloggers join us, who write such wonderful posts and it’s been a joy to share them – Thank you everyone.
And thank you to Katy, who has become a wonderful friend over the last couple of years. I’ll always be grateful I found the courage to send her an email asking her if she would like to run a linky with me and even more grateful that she said yes! I couldn’t have asked for a better co-host.
Meme & Harri
Natalie shared with us a little life update and I always love reading these kind of posts, they give you a little insight into people’s worlds and thoughts. Natalie talks about the adventures they’ve been having, some gorgeous dresses her girls are wearing this summer and about her home too.
The Ladybird Adventures
One of things that I didn’t think about before I had children that would be difficult was birthday parties. But oh my goodness the pressure of them and the amount of work that they involve. Claire shares with us her post on How to host a magical unicorn birthday party, I love her ideas, how simple, but affective she made it and all the tips for doing one yourself. It’s my girls birthday’s in the summer and I’m sure they would love this.
Bubbablue and Me
Emma has shared with us a post about, why parent’s shouldn’t feel guilty about sending children to nursery. When Alice turned 2 years old I knew we were getting to the stage where she needed to socialise with children that she hadn’t met with me by her side. She needed to learn to new skills and that she would get all this from preschool. Whilst I will always be the mum that would love to have her girls at home with her all the time, I know how important it is for them. Both my girls loved preschool from day one, I’ve never had tears from them and they both loved it. They made friends, they learnt skills that I could never teach them and they were allowed to just be children. If you are worried at all about sending your child, then Emma’s post will put your mind at rest.
Musing Of A Mummy
A couple of weeks ago I went to my fourth BlogOn conference, it’s a bloggers conference where you have the chance to attend sessions to learn new skills, meet brands that you might like to work with and the best part, meet other bloggers. People that get blogging like no one else and hopefully become friends too. Laura went too and she has shared all about her experience of BlogOn. and if you are thinking about attending BlogOn head over for a read to find out what it’s like.
Thank you again for everyone who has joined us for #SharingtheBlogLove, I’m truly going to miss reading your posts and running our linky. It’s been fun!