Summer Days Linky 12th June
Welcome to another week of the Summer Days linky which I am co-hosting it with Katie from Mami2Five Blog this year. The link with run all the way through the summer and into September and will be the ideal place to share your summery posts and find other to read and hopefully inspire you too!
You may want to add a round up of your week, a photo you would like to share, a recipe or a craft – anything you like that makes you think of summer. Would be lovely to see some family fun outside, enjoying the summery weather, be it on holiday or messing around in your back garden. Whatever you would like to add, Katie and I are looking forward to seeing all your summery fun.
Of course there are a few simple rules we would like you to follow please:
- Link up one of your summer related posts from this year.
- Please comment on at least the two posts before yours. If you want lots of lovely blog karma (it’s a real thing, honest!) then the more you comment, the more comments you will get back – simple!
- You can use the hashtag #SummerDays when you comment to let people know where you came from.
- Please add the badge to the bottom of your post to help spread the word of the linky.
- Have fun – it’s summer!
Thank you so much to all of you who linked up last week. It was so nice to read such a range of lovely summer fun.
Life Unexpected shared her Top Five Cornish Beaches and I had to agree with her choices. This post from Our Footprints On the World made me want to go exploring rock pools with my girls. I also loved reading about Maybush Studio’s Canal Boat Holiday in France.
One of the things that I love about summer is just enjoying our own back garden. I think it is just these really simple times that you end up cherishing so much in the future. The girls love spending time out here. This week I decided to get the girls doing some painting outside (less cleaning up for me!). Emily has never been keen on painting, but her amazing key person, Naomi, got her painting at nursery a few days previously so I kept up the momentum. She loved splodging paint everywhere, then mixing the colours together so we ended up with a very brown masterpiece.
Freyja took advantage of being outside to get really messy, covering her paper in hand and footprints.
I love that we are lucky enough to have a lovely, safe place for the girls to play outside. Hopefully we will have plenty of days like this over the next few months where we can just step out of the backdoor and enjoy summer outside.
Hope you all had a great week too!