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So, this week is the first week that we are trialling email reminders, instead of tweet reminders (for anyone not here last week.) Please let us know if you don’t want to receive one any longer, and we will take you off the list!
Sooooo, WOWS from last week! The first of mine comes from Siena Says with ‘I don’t like it! Toddlers and frustrating food battles.’ I loved this one by Siena Says-a light hearted look at toddler fussiness, that hit the nail right on the head!! I’m sure lots of mums would read it and understand!
The second of mine comes from an absolute legend-Dawn, from Rhyming With Wine with ‘The newborn instruction manual.’ This was heart warming, down to earth, hilarious, and full of gentle but brilliant advice, all at once! An absolutely gorgeous read!
The first of El’s from last week comes from Island Living 365 with ‘Should I be sensoring myself?’ El said: ‘Emma has written a very thought provoking post asking if we should censor what we write, or our feelings when sharing on our own blogs? Do we have a right or responsibility? I found myself ruminating over what Emma has said and I admit it’s still something, writing beyond the safe topics, which I haven’t dared tackle but she has definitely given me much food for thought.’
The second of El’s comes from Twin Pickle with ‘Pumpkin wars: The six year old competitive streak.’ El said: ‘This is such a funny but real post on what it is like when your kid has developed a sudden competitive streak. She writes here – “We have competed a number of times recently. Only the previous day we had friends over to make pizzas. “We’re having a pizza making competition!” She said excitedly. That’s not what I said but that’s what she heard.” This exchange made me laugh as I remembered the times when my kids were just as competitive about everything imaginable but yes, this Mum here has had to lose!’
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