Summer Days Linky 31st July
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!
Last week Sarah from Young Ones Five shared some gorgeous sunflower photos. Sabrina from The Mummy Stylist linked up with their family holiday to Paignton. And to prove that you don’t need to spend any money to have a lovely summery day, check out this post from A Beautiful Abode.
We have had a very summery week this week – despite not having the best of the weather. The highlight for me had to be our visit to Cotswold Lavender. I got some beautiful shots of the girls amongst the lavender. This is my favourite:
If you would like to see more, or find out a bit more about Cotswold Lavender, you can see the post here. The most summery thing we did this week has to be strawberry picking. Emily hadn’t been since she was almost one and being carried around on my back. This time not only was she free to walk around, she had developed a taste for strawberries. Thankfully, the strawberry beds were raised up, so she just followed me around demanding “strawberry please” rather than helping herself (although things got more complicated when she noticed fallen fruit on the ground).
After all our hard work picking strawberries, we rewarded ourselves with ice cream and the girls played in the lovely play area that they have at the fruit farm. The girls particularly like the huge sandpit with sit on diggers and Freyja loves the tractor – as you may be able to tell from the photo!
So now it is over to you – what summery activities have you been up to this week?