Another month has passed and we'll soon be entering 2016, I cannot believe how fast this year has gone. It only seems two minutes ago it was January.
Anyway, welcome to another roundup - this time of my November What I Read shares.
In What I Read 30 Kirsten hit a new parenting low, Kaye shared what she thinks is the perfect equation of motherhood, and Tayla listed the 10 real reasons why mums blog. Sarah shared Dangermouse's adventures with us, Catie worked out that children torture their parents and @MrsGrohl explained why she wouldn't be getting her tatas out for Breast Cancer.
What I Read 31 brought us posts from Nicky as she asked if you ever wonder where your mojo goes, Emily shared a brilliantly funny post in which she says No I'm not pregnant! Finding balance as a parent is tough but Marylin thinks she's found the answer - don't. Hannah talks about feeling under the weather in Just Waffling, Janette tries to help out busy mums with her stress free cleaning tips, and Gemma shared a great Christmassy recipe.
Find another great mix of posts in What I Read 32 with Tim sharing a dream he'd been having. Wade was reminiscing about the things he misses, Tara told us how her son loves his blankets even though he's a teenager in waiting, and Sarah talked about how she feels like her blog is her therapist. Mim wrote a lovely post about how she's changed as a mum in I'm not the mum I used to be, and Jocelyn shared her tips for making Indoor dens.
Then there was What I Read 33 which gave us posts from Natalie, she talks about the things they don't tell you about being a parent. Katy had me laughing at her post 5 Benefits of Being Middle-Aged. I loved Agent Spitback's post Don't Call Me Mum! all about how her child is growing up. Kate asked whether you want your children to grow up like you, an interesting question that got my brain whirring. Nigel shared a heartfelt and personal post about seeing his father before he dies, and Alex shared her annoyance with Walt Disney and the movie Frozen.
I think last month was a great month for posts and I've loved reading every one. I've been reading so much lately I may need to increase the number of shares I do on a Sunday. My list is always growing!
Have a great week, and enjoy reading.