Welcome to #happyquacks Week 5 and thanks to all those who linked in last week! I found myself really nodding away at some of the posts and giggling at others. Here is my top 3 for the week:
1. Carly aka Mummy wrote a great post about how she encourages her son to speak. S was a “late-ish” speaker although I’d done all the things she mentioned. It just meant that when he actually did start speaking, it all came in very quickly. A literal verbal explosion!
2. Silly Mummy wrote a funny post about how the baby likes to join in on the conversation with the toddler. It had me giggling.
3. Angela from Daysinbed wrote a very interesting post about the developmental science behind the game peek-a-boo. I can truly say I learnt something new.
So on to this week’s linky…
This week I’m linking up with my post about our trip to Legoland last week.
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I host this linky with Rod over at Moderndadpages. This linky is open to all and every post you’ve ever written about anything that makes you happy. It could be your kids, your spouse, your family, your holiday, whatever it is that makes you happy.
Each week I’ll pick 3 of my favourite posts and they’ll get a little shout out in the following week’s link up post.
I don’t want to set any hard and fast rules BUT linky’s only work if you share the love so please comment on at least one of our posts and maybe 2-3 others that have linked up using the hashtag #happyquacks. Put the badge on the bottom of your post and lastly, if you tweet us your URL (using the hashtag #happyquacks), we’ll happily retweet all your posts. (@mamaduckquacks and @moderndadpages)
#happyquacks will go live on a Wednesday evening (6pm GMT) until Sunday evening (6pm GMT).
Looking forward to reading all your posts!
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