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Happy Mother's Day and welcome to another week of What I Read. Please read, share posts and maybe even say hi to the bloggers.

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Morgan's Milieu | What I Read 10: Casey, aka Dashboard Dad

A relatable post that touched my heart and made me remember what it was like when my boys were babies was Casey's post; FLETCH, So this is why people shake babies. I know that just the title is a little shocking, but believe me when I say Casey is in no way condoning shaking babies. Please head over to have a read and you'll see what I mean.














Morgan's Milieu | What I Read 10: Mama_andmore, aka Zaz

Zaz tweeted me recently about a post she wrote and I was disgusted and horrified when I read it. In her post she explains that the N word is still out there. I couldn't believe people still say that. I'd like to think if I heard someone using that word I would say something and it's such a shame that people still think it's okay to use as a derogatory comment. A great post from Zaz and I'm glad she was able to rise above it.













Morgan's Milieu | What I Read 10: Tarana Khan

Tarana wrote us some tips on how NOT to be a supermum. I am no where near being a supermum and I cheered along as I read these tips. Things like 'leave the housework' made me smile, I do that all the time! I'm sure the Hubby is nodding along right now. Really though, being a mum is hard enough why make it harder by trying to be perfect?













Morgan's Milieu | What I Read 10: Virtually All Sorts Badge

I'd like to share two poems I read this week by two very talented writers. The first is by Carol Cameleon and was written for her mum, A Mother's Day poem for My Mum. It's lovely to hear how people appreciate their mum and this poem inspired a post about my mum.














Morgan's Milieu | What I Read 10: Wry Mummy


Wry Mummy wrote a fab poem this week too. Other Mums is a poem that sums up motherhood for me. I'm no master-chef and I'm certainly no good at crafts but I do love my boys, better than any other mum could! Great poem.












I'm also sharing a poem I wrote for my mum last year, For Amanda, Happy Mother's Day.

As I said, please do read the other posts and comment if you have a moment. Share the blog love and make someone's day, you know you want to.

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7 comments:

  1. Thank you so much for featuring my poem Morgan. I'm looking forward to reading the other posts. X

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    1. You're welcome Carol, I hope you enjoy reading the other posts. x

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  2. Thanks for taking the time to read, comment and feature my post Morgan. I am very appreciative.

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    1. You're welcome Casey, I enjoyed reading your post. :)

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  4. Another great round up hon, I really enjoyed Jess and Carol's poems too and although it was a tough read Zaz's post was very thought provoking. I'll check out the others xx

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    1. Thanks Renée, I hope you enjoy reading the other posts just as much. :)

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