Sharing The Blog Love Showcase…#30

Sharing The Blog Love Showcase…#30

It’s another week of our Sharing The Blog Love Showcase and a start of a brand new month. I’m hoping for a warmer and dryer February, plus we have half term to look forward to. I love the start of a new month, it feels like a fresh start.

Here are my showcase posts for this week…

Five Little Doves

If you could back and tell your younger self something what would it be? I know there is lots I would share and probably prepare me for. But, would you tell yourself to take a different path if it meant that you wouldn’t suffer heartache? This post by Laura, A Letter To Myself On My 17th Birthday, made me cry. The emotion that went into this post is there for everyone to see. What I loved the most, is that even though life has taken Laura down paths that have led to so much sadness, she would still take them. Would you do the same?

Biscuit Please Mummy

When you become a parent there are so many things that change in your life, you can no longer do the simplest of things. One of the things that I miss the most is being able to browse the shops. This isn’t something that stops straight away because you can still do this with a baby, as long as you don’t mind frequent stops for nappy changing and feeding. I loved this post, RIP Shopping With Kids, the bit that really made me laugh, was when you go shopping on your own and still use the lift!! How many times have I done this…

Bubbablue and Me

Are your children helpful? Emma writes about the benefits of children. Alice has always been a helpful little girl, she would run and get me another pack of wipes when Holly did a poo explosion. But more recently she has actually asked for jobs, or been the first to run and get the kitchen roll when Holly has split her water again!!! If you missed this one, you must pop over for a read.

Digital Motherhood

Having a blog, means having a to do list that just grows and you never get to the end of it. You are constantly looking for ways to save time or make your life easier. I loved this post, My Must Have Blogging Apps, I always have my phone with me and there are moments that I could quite easily do a few jobs if I had the right tools. Well this post has included a few apps I didn’t know about and I will be downloading them to make my life easier.

If you missed any of these last week, why not pop over and give them a bit of love…



  1. 02/02/2017 / 08:51

    Thanks for featuring my post! Glad you have found some of my app suggestions useful 🙂 #sharingthebloglove

  2. 02/02/2017 / 12:48

    Digital Motherhoods app was really good for those looking to get into blogging or who have just started! definately some must haves in there! #sharingthebloglove

  3. 02/02/2017 / 15:47

    Great choice of posts. The Five little doves post should have a “cry” warning. And how did I not know there would be a WordPress app?

  4. 02/02/2017 / 16:46

    I really enjoyed Sarah’s app post and Laura’s post made me cry!! great selection lovely x

  5. 02/02/2017 / 19:35

    I loved Laura’s letter to her 17yr old self, so beautifully written, but very emotional x

  6. 02/02/2017 / 23:40

    Thanving lots of app s so I’ve ks for including my post. I must be the most useless blogger on the go. I can’t stand having lots of apps on my phone and apart from twitter and IG I rarely use the ones I’ have

  7. 03/02/2017 / 03:31

    I read the post about must have blogging apps. It was very well organized with just the right amount of information about each app. I enjoyed reading it. #SharingtheBlogLove

  8. 04/02/2017 / 18:54

    Ah Five Little Doves never fails to move me emotionally.#SharingtheBlogLove

  9. 05/02/2017 / 19:17

    We loved the Digital Motherhood post about the apps too. Finding that the WordPress app is having glitches but other than that some great suggestions x some good posts featured x #SharingtheBloglove x

  10. 08/02/2017 / 22:20

    I loved Laura’s post too 🙂 off to check out the others x

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