Hi and welcome back to my #funseekingkids round-up. Life has been a bit stressful the past week or so (thanks potty training) so it was actually lovely to have a look though all your pretty feeds and choose my favourites this week. So, onto my #funseekingkids round-up week 20!
If you’re wondering what #funseekingkids is all about, it’s pretty simple really. It’s a new Instagram hashtag set up by me and Alana who blogs at Burnished Chaos. Anyone can use the hashtag when they post photos of kids having fun. Each week we share our favourite four images on our blogs and on our Instagram feeds. If you’re a blogger we’ll link over to your blog too. But don’t worry you don’t need to be a blogger to join in. If you’re new to the community please do share the love and let your friends know, we’d love to see some more feeds join us each week.
#funseekingkids round-up week 20
1. My first choice is a fab underwater shot from Helen who has a blog called all the beautiful things. Miss Belle did Waterbabies swimming classes when she was a baby but we never managed to get an under water photo so I’m slightly jealous! Now she won’t go under water so I don’t see us getting one for a while! This is a great action shot.
☆ underwater ☆ 🏊♂️ Love that we captured some underwater shots of Alfie swimming this year. He is such a fab swimmer, he can now pretty much do a length unaided, little water baby 🏊♂️ . . . #swimming #waterbaby #son #holidays #love #highlightsofhappy #perfectandproud #letsgolittles #funseekingkids #fiercelittleones #rememberingthesedays #snaphappybritmums #2017incolour #thismamaloves #lifecloseup #lifethroughalens #documentyourdays #lionessmama #dailyparenting #mamarazzi #igmums #ukbloggers #ukbloggerlife #mbloggers #pbloggers #lbloggers #pbloggers #august
2. Next is this really funny one from dear_mummy. What is it about kids and boxes? I just love how happy this has made her! You can find out more at the Dear Mummy blog.
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3. My third choice is another blue one! I’m a sucker for a good tunnel shot and this one from Briony who blogs at Any Way To Stay At Home is a great one. Can’t beat a bit of tunnel fun.
4. My final choice is this gorgeous holiday snap from Molly who writes a fab blog at Mother’s Always Right. Molly has an amazing feed and we did our post grad diploma together many moons ago, so I love seeing what she’s up to. Go check her feed out!
Is it possible for a 7yo to turn into a teenager overnight? In the past 24 hours this one has made a friend (a very grown up 8 years old) and has taken to wandering around like a teen, gossiping and rolling her eyes. On the plus side, it’s lovely to see her blossoming independence and nice to have a bit of peace from constant chat about mermaids, unicorns and Odd Squad. Still, where did my 7yo go? PS she’s determined to learn how to ride a bike before she comes home. Next post will be solely dedicated to the pleasure (HA!) that comes with teaching a child how to ride a bike. It can be summed up in one emoji: 😫
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Finally here’s my favourite one from Alana”s feed this week. It’s a lovely one from their holiday in Gran Canaria. Look at that sea! Our summer holiday seems like too long ago now!
So that’s my #funseekingkids round-up week 20. If you don’t follow these accounts already go over and show them some love. Remember to keep tagging your photos of your kids having fun and playing with the hashtag. I’ll be back next week.
I’m linking up with some of my favourite bloggers: