What I Read September Roundup

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I can't believe it's been a whole month since we got back from our holiday. It's gone so fast and I've been so busy!




With so much going on this month I wondered if I'd get much reading done but as it turns out I did. My list is getting longer by the day and I'm loving sharing my favourite posts with you. So without further ado...







In What I Read 23 I read a fantastic post about the Realities of Being Fat and Pregnant, Jayne talked about health during pregnancy and asks what you think. Zaz wrote a post, Let's Love Ourselves! On self love and positive body image, that I LOVED. A CV for a Mum of Boys written by Ali over at Mum in a Nutshell made me laugh, a must-read. As usual Vicki had me nodding along with her post Why it's Your Right to Be Ambitious (at work and in the home). Emma shocked me into reading Why I'm Going to Prison, and I was humbled when I learned why. Finally Maria warmed my heart with her post My First Day As A Stay-at-Home Mom.







It was nice to see Leigh approving of Eastenders in #SayTheirName and Eastenders: Helping break the taboo of Babyloss in What I Read 24. Tim shared some breathtaking photos in his post 8 Great Photos from 8 Days in the Alps. In Just a Mum Chantelle spoke about the ways in which she's 'just a mum'. Basic HTML for Bloggers was a really useful post by The Anxious Dragon, one to look at if you're a novice like me. Franca shared another blogger tip in How to Link to Any Part of a Page or Post. Taking some time out for herself Debs shared some great photos in Life's Little Moments.








In What I Read 25 Louisa shared a personal story in Ovarian Cancer: Know the Symptoms. Vai asked herself a question this week after a comment from her child, Have I Failed As A Parent? I loved Nikki's post 15 Signs That Your Child Has Started Secondary School, it made me laugh because BP has just started. Being Your Own Blogging Niche, written by Rebecca, talks about how moulding yourself into someone's else's rules is never going to work. Another personal story came from Haidee in To The Father Who Doesn't Know I Exist... In Thoughts on Motherhood Jenny shares her thoughts and experiences. 









After rummaging through my notebook I found extra posts I'd missed in previous weeks and shared Suzanne's post Life After Kids. Katy took her family on a lovely walk, posting pics and all, in A V Family Bank Holiday Walk. I shared a powerful poem, Puddles, from Rachael. A post that touched my heart came from Katy Acquaye Tonge in the form of When Love is Not Enough. A self-proclaimed 'grammar nazi', Helen gets riled with text and internet speech in Should Woulda Could of. I loved this poem about breast feeding from Crummy Mummy, Flashback Friday: Mammaries are Made of This.





I hope you enjoy reading these brilliant posts and join me next week for more fantastic blog posts!


10 comments:

  1. Amazing round up of posts from gifted writers, thank you for including me in this, your support means a lot x

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    1. You're welcome hun, I love sharing these posts from such wonderful writers.xx

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  2. Thank you so much for including me, there are some great sounding posts there so I am off to have a read

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    1. You're welcome Nikki, hope you enjoy reading. xx

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  3. You have such an amazing round up of posts here. Thank you so much for including me lovely!! It means a lot to me!! I hope you can join me at #KCACOLS with your posts! I would love that! :-) x
    http://www.amomentwithfranca.com/

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    1. You're welcome, I love sharing the blogging love. :) Thanks for inviting me hun, I'll be there. x

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  4. Thanks so much for including me along side these brilliant writers :-)

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    1. You are welcome Louisa, hope everything is going okay. xx

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  5. Thanks for including my CV post xx

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