What I Read 20

My list of great reads is getting longer by the day, I've read so many fantastic posts this week. I'm sticking to sharing six posts per week, so forgive me if I share something that is a little older. Either way, it's still a great read.

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Morgan's Milieu | What I Read 20: Lexi Behrndt

When you become a mum for the first time, or even the second, you can feel like you're doing it all wrong. You're leaving the house with creased clothes, that have dried baby sick on them, you have messy hair and no make-up. So what makes it all worth it? Love, that's what. And that's the thing we all have in common. I adored a post from Lexi called I See You, Momma, it was beautifully written and says it all.

Morgan's Milieu | What I Read 20: An Imperfect Mum

Having time alone is one of the things parents need to cope with children. Or at least it is for me! But when comes the time that you regret not spending that time with your children? Perhaps sometimes we just need to let go of being a parent and join our children in their fun! An imperfect mum wrote a brilliant post about this subject entitled What do Parents Need? Why not go over there and check it out.

Morgan's Milieu | What I Read 20: Colleen from MyTalesFromTheCrib

Motherhood brings with it all sorts of challenges and arguments and I read a brilliant poem this week that summed it up. The poem was written by Colleen and was called This is My Motherhood: Mundane Monday Morning. I loved the last line and I'm totally on board with it!

Morgan's Milieu | What I Read 20: @Barenkdinpublic

As a mum have you had to watch your children make mistakes while you stand by the side-lines? I'm not quite at this stage yet, although it's fast approaching. I read a post about someone who has experienced this and I loved reading. A Mother's Work was well-written and heartfelt and you should definitely read it.

Morgan's Milieu | What I Read 20: Sara Murray, mumturnedmom.com

Enjoying motherhood is something we often forget to do. Giggling along with our children as they race around the local park is not something you'll find many mother's doing but that's just what Sara did recently. While the park was empty she chased her daughter around and they had loads of fun. Read her post, Childhood: Playing at the Park (With Mum).

Morgan's Milieu | What I Read 20: Shae Baxter

Blogging mums sometimes have trouble snapping a great photo at just the right time. I know I do. That means that a lot of the time I end up with rubbish looking photos that I can't share on the blog. However Shae Baxter shared a post about where you can find some great sites that offer free photos, no attribution required. You can find her post here.

Enjoy reading and have a great week!

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