Post Comment Love 7th - 9th October

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Welcome to another Post Comment Love, link up your favourite post of the week and we'll give it some extra love!

Well this week has been busy again, I went to the salon on Monday, the opticians with LP on Monday evening, and the opticians for me and BP on Tuesday evening. It was good news for LP, he doesn't need glasses (yay!) and while BP needs new glasses the change isn't too bad. As for me, well that's a whole thing.

I've known for a long time that I'd have eye issues and that's part of the reason I had laser eye surgery for my wedding. I had hoped that having the surgery would mean I wouldn't need glasses ever again but a few years after the surgery my eyes got worse again and I couldn't go through the surgery again.

Every time I visit the opticians I know I'll be getting new glasses, but this time I had extra information. Because of the surgery I struggle with dry eyes, and night driving is difficult too, but at my appointment I learned that the optician has noticed how dry my eyes are and told me I may end up having to use drops. Another thing to add to the cost of my glasses!

I'll be getting my new glasses on Tuesday and I'll be able to see better again. Yay.

As for other stuff I feel like I'm still on catch up, this is usually the point I let it all get on top of me and stress out. I won't do that this time, I'm just working hard and know I'll get there eventually - probably around half-term, just in time to get a week behind again.

The London trip went well, I managed to get into London without any trouble and found my way too. It was great taking that chance and if I need to do it in the future I'll have nothing to worry about. Getting out of your comfort zone really does do you good!

How has your week been?


Blogger Showcase Peachy from The Diary of a Little Peach




Peachy, the blogging baby, launched her blog in April 2016 writing posts from the perspective of a baby. She has been enjoying the journey blogging is taking her and her mummy on and you can read more about them over on Stephanie's blog.

Check out some of Peachy's favourite posts:

Here are some tips on helping a baby sleep though the night. This seems to be a very popular topic and I still get lots of traffic on this post even though I posted it months ago.


This is one of my newer recipes. A hearty chicken stew with potatoes, carrots, peas, broccoli, and quinoa. Very yummy, nutritious, and easy to make.


Mommy and I staged our own photo shoot! Not only did we end up with some beautiful photos, we also learned a few things that others might find useful.


I've had a lot of great feedback on this post. It seems that many parents can relate to this glimpse into my daily life.


This post takes a different approach. Here I get a bit more serious as I take a look at the fate of baby blogs and the unstoppable force of time.

You can connect with Peachy here:




Pocolo


Each week you'll be able to link up from either of our sites and between us Stephanie and I will comment on every post linked.

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Thank you for popping by.


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12 comments:

  1. Thank you for hosting lovely. Looking forward to seeing a photo of those new glasses! #POCOLO

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    1. Doh! I forgot to post a photo. Okay, I'll do that next week. :)
      Thanks for stopping by hun. x

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  2. Hi Morgan, I really must pop in and see the optician. My eyes are getting worse, oh! the joy of being over forty! I suppose I should think myself lucky for only needing reading glasses, but I seem to spend too much time looking for them and they are always in the other room. Thank goodness we only have a small house!

    I am so glad you survived London on your own. I had every faith that you would do, but I could also understand where you were coming from as I'd have been exactly the same. Maybe I should step out f my comfort zone a bit more!

    Thank you for hosting.

    xx

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    1. I've never lost my glasses, although if I did I'd never find them because I can't see without them! Hehe. Thanks Debbie. xx

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  3. Hi Morgan, hope you are well. I am still catching up from the holidays, I am never too organised!! Thanks for hosting :)

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    1. Hehe, yep to catching up. Half term is almost here! There'll be even more catching up after that! :)

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  4. Thank you for allowing me to share.

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  5. Oh dear! That's a shame about your eyes. I really need a trip to the opticians. I need new glasses...
    Well done for going to London on your own.
    Thank you for hosting :D

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    1. Thanks Kim. Yes, the thing with my eyes is kind of annoying but I've learned to live with it. You get used to it after years of the same result! ;)

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  6. I'm glad your London trip went well, I know how nervous you were, well done x
    #PoCoLo

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