Hello hello! Who’s out there? Can I see a virtual show of hands for all those in the #coolmumclub house today….? oh there you are! Well it’s fantabulous to see you, one and all, and now that I can see you’re all here it’s time to get cracking with the one…the only….#coolmumclub with me & the marvellous Sarah at Mum Muddling Through!
Thanks to everyone who linked up last week and for being part of the crew. We are truly thankful for the die hards and the new faces that make up the medley of bloggers in da house.
My fave from our last run was:
Mother’s Day exclusive: Prince George talks poetry, pedantism, and pizza by Right Royal Mother – amongst the flurry of slushiness with Mother’s Day this was a refreshing post that made me chuckle!
Sarah’s fave was:
Five things I want my daughter to know by Five Little Doves – a truly beautiful post which I think will resonate with everyone who has a daughter.
This week I’m linking up with:
Mum problems: The curse of mum hands – forget saggy boobs and gravity-challenged bottoms, THIS is the real mumbod travesty I’m shouting about!
and 30 priceless moments of parenthood – why do we do it??? why why why…oh yes THIS is why!
Sarah’s linking up with:
and Abandoning post
Alright then, it’s time to show you the money!
RULES: The first rule of #coolmumclub is, there are
NO a few rules.
- Join in with up to two posts. All content is welcome; don’t get too hung up on being cool – this isn’t school 😉
- Comment on one of the host’s posts
If you like it then you should put a badge on it (to the tune of Beyonce, obv). Grab it here…
- Share some blog love people…we all know the currency of blogging is comments, so pay your way. Share the ones you really dig on Twitter, Pinterest, Facebook, Google+ yadda yadda yadda
- Tweet myself and Sarah a #coolmumclub pointer to @motherhoodreal @mummuddlingthru and we will of course retweet you as best as our crazy children permit.
- We’re not the blog police…use your lovely #pblogger conscience and comment on what you can, we totally know what it’s like when you have one hand and three minutes; come back later if you need to? Bear in mind, the more you give, the more you receive.