February seems to have gone by so fast, and here we are 1 week into March and I'm sharing the What I Read February Roundup. Is it just me or does time get faster the older you get?
In What I Read 38 was Carol's post Thinking Outside the Box, a poem about children's view of the world. Steph wrote a post that brought tears to my eyes, be sure to read Coloured Ice Igloo Community Park. An uplifting read was Becky's post My Day of Positivity in which she shares her experiences of 24 hours of positivity. Talya shared a brilliant post about what she'd learned in her first year of blogging, check out 10 things I've learned in a year of blogging. In The Emotions of Motherhood Laura talks about the emotions we feel during the day, it's a tiring read but she was spot on! If you, like me, don't do make-up (any more) then read Mum Muddling Through's post New Dress, New Shoes, Knee Problems: The beauty perils of motherhood.
If you're thinking about going on holiday this year you should check out Debbie's post; 5 Reasons Why You Should Holiday in Zakynthos, that I featured in What I Read 39. Tim takes steps towards a healthier lifestyle thanks to his Fitbit, as he explains in Me and My Fitbit: Simple Steps to a Better Lifestyle. Zaz wrote a brave and touching post about eating disorders called Listening to My Heart - a MUST read. Silly Mummy shared her Toddler Laws of Physics that had me in stitches. Remember all that talk about mums on the school run in their pyjamas? Well Cheryl wrote a great post on the subject, and I have to say I agree with her... Check out Mums in Pyjamas. In Why Can't I Let Go? @imatwinmama reflects on the journey of parenthood and watching your children grow.
I had fun reading Catie's post Eavesdropping on My Kids, I nodded along as I read with a smile on my face! After being reunited with an old friend Crummy Mummy wrote a lovely post about friendship; What Makes a True Friend? How do you think it would feel to find The One only to let them go, regretting it later? Well Katie shares her thoughts on just that, head over and read My Soulmate: The One I Loved, The One I Lost. If you ever struggle for ideas for Valentine's Day Kat has got it sorted for you, get next year's gift ready by checking out Date Night in a Box: A Very Special Valentine's Day Gift. YouTheDaddy is about to become a father for the first time and is trying to help his partner, I loved his post about easing her pain when it comes to mood swings. Be sure to read Pregnancy Mood Swings And How Expectant Dads Can Help Reduce Them. In An Open Letter to My Son's Anger Em writes a lovely post trying to convince her son's anger to take a break.