Our seventh week of #PostsFromTheHeart contained another wonderful set of fantastic posts. I read them whilst on a less than ideal holiday… but hey, you live and learn. Next time I’ll make sure I check out some reviews before booking!
Once again we had both some incredibly joyful, and some utter heartbreakers among our posts. It was a priveledge to read every one of them. It was lovely to see so many of our regular linkers return, and also to see lots of new writers join us.
There is no obligation at all to comment on this post but we would love it if you could sprinkle some extra love on one of our Highlighted Posts. You the linkers are what make this Linky such a pleasure to host and we want to make sure you all get as much out of it as possible.
This week’s highlighted posts were once again incredibly difficult to choose, but I think you will all agree that they are more than deserving of their place:
My Breastfeeding Journey by Autumn’s Mummy is a truly beautiful piece of writing. It really highlights the importance of supporting our fellow mums and letting go of judgement. We put so much pressure on ourselves to be the mum we always intended to be, but sometimes life has unexpected twists and turns. We need to be kind to ourselves and others.
My Children Are Just As Annoying As Yours by Five Little Doves is a beautiful response to the unkindness of a stranger. As bloggers we put our lives in the public domain willingly, but that doesn’t mean criticism doesn’t hurt. Laura’s blog, is honest, it is positive and it is real as is her open reply.
I Don’t Recognise Myself by Raisie Bay was a staggeringly brave post which serves to remind us all that life really can change in an instant. Life is precious, we never know what the future will bring and this is a post which really goes to show just how trivial many of the things we worry about really are. This blog epitomises strength, if you haven’t yet read it, you need to.