#FamilyFun Week 12

Welcome to #FamilyFun Week 12

It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas…  Everywhere!   I’ve finally started to buy little bits and bobs for Christmas and with just over a month to go it’s only going to get more Chirstmassy!

A big thank you to all the fab #FamilyFun crew that came and joined in on #FortheloveofBLOG that I co-hosteded on Saturday with Claire from The Pram Shed…  It meant I was extra busy but I enjoyed finidng some new blogs.  I may have invited some to join #FamilyFun this week so I welcome you if you have joined in today.

I want to give a little shout out to Alana from Burnished Chaos for her Words to Live by this last week – Walk Tall.   I’ve been practicing this all week and every time I walk a little taller my mood has been improving. Thanks Alana for the tip!

On Sunday the weather was in our favour for a change so we managed to get out for a nice family walk.  It makes such a difference when the sky is clear. We lost our map on route too so had to walk back the way we came.  This was okay though as we’ve walked these paths before!   We had a sneaky pub tea too, just what you need after an 8 mile walk…  Here we are at a tarn as a family, almost all of us smiling.   The Robot was trying to climb off the wall we were sat on.

 

Family shot over the Tarn

Enough about me though… the most important bit…

The Winner of “I’m a #FamilyFun Number One”

Our winner of “I’m a #FamilyFun Number One” badge goes to… Jaki from Jakijellz for What I’ve learnt since becoming a huff post blogger.   The world of Huff post hasn’t bit me yet and I am not sure it will.  It’s great to see my fellow bloggers achieving this feat though.  It’s a shame that there are some people out there that need to comment negatively on peoples writing though!  Life is too short!  Congratulations Jaki you can pick up the badge code for your badge here.

My Featured Post

This week my featured post goes to Carol from Hooray For Mums for A Childs Special Time …  This post made me smile a lot.  It’s nice to hear of a parenting technique that has worked for someone.  Giving each of her girls 15 minutes at the end of each day to discuss anything and everything they want.  Opening up the barriers or indeed dropping them down is something I hope that I’d be able to achieve with my son and any future children! Thanks for sharing this with us and don’t forget to head over to pick up the badge code for your badge.

Click here to see Sarahs featured post.

On to the link up

Grab the #FamilyFun Badge for your blog post:

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