Lately, I haven’t felt very ‘bloggy’. I have so many blog posts sat in my queue waiting to be written but am finding it hard to sit down and actually write them. Today I came up with a plan to share some fellow bloggers work in the hope that reading their posts will inspire me and get me back on track.
I thought it would be nice for you readers to discover some new blogs too so here is my little round-up for you to peruse over the weekend…
Northern Mum tells of her change of opinion with regards to breastfeeding a toddler and I think she sums up brilliantly how a lot of women I know feel/felt about older children and breastfeeding – Breastfeeding a Toddler
Liska at New Mum Online is sharing her new project: a gorgeous website Conscious Mum which, amongst other things, explains a beautiful concept where Mums ideally should never be more than nine feet away from their newborn before they are 40 days old – The Next Big Thing
Suzanne over at 3 Children and It has been counting her blessings and focusing on the good things in life even if they are as simple as five rare minutes of peace :) – Soul Detox Part 1 – Count Your Blessings
Dorky Mum is sharing her ‘Shovel List’. Yes, the Bucket List is so passe and a list of people/things you would cheerfully whack over the head with a Shovel is where it’s at. I must draw up a list myself… – The Shovel List
I’m Well Confused, Paul – Dad Blogger Extraordinaire has been thinking about what and how to tell your children when a family member or friends dies. Not a cheery subject but an important one and something most parents will have to consider at some point – Talking To Kids About Death
If you have cardboard boxes left over from Christmas and are wondering what to do with them, then hop over to Here Come The Girls where Rebecca has brought together some absolutely brilliant ideas which should keep you going until NEXT Christmas! – ABC’s of Cardboard Creations – A-F
Trouble Doubled had a very exciting week and shared a brilliantly written story about a brush with stardom and her (very mature) 8 year old dealing with one of life’s valuable lessons – There’s a Sad Sort of Clanging From The Clock in the Hall
Bex of The Mummy Adventure is pondering how different Midwives and the way they treat you affects your pregnancy and birth which I bet most Mums have had first-hand experience of – The Difference a Midwife Makes
Hope you enjoy reading these posts as much as I have. Some are blogs I really should revisit more often and some are completely new to me. Let me know what you think and if there are any blogs you have been reading recently.
And if this little lot has left you hungry for more, why not pop over to Super Amazing Mum and her PAPS Blog Hop for even more brilliant reads.