This week has been a happy busy blur. I need to catch up on some fantastic posts and know you have them. Link up and share you best post of the week, and read the very best of the week from others too. Enjoy!
This has become one of my favorite parts of the week. I try my best to read as many of these posts and I am always amazed that such wonderful bloggers take the time to read my blog. Thanks for making this link up so much fun every week. If this is your first week, it’s easy peasy just link your favorite post ( that you wrote) in the widget below and then try to visit as many of the shared links too. If you want to grab a button to let your readers know you share that post here feel free but it’s not required. Enjoy.
Link up and share your favorite post you wrote this past week, then check out some of the superb post others shared. I have found fantastic kids crafts, thoughtful posts and a bunch of new favorite blogs from previous Sunday Best link ups. Also feel free to add our button( find it in the right side bar) letting your readers know you shared it here.
The Picky Apple is a perfect pick for my spotlight this week as most kids are now packing apples and heading off to school, or into their school rooms at home. I love apples and you will see that these cute “picky” apples won’t be the only ones on the blog this week. But back to this blog, Cara is a mom and former attorney who chronicles her creative side in this awesome blog. I love the balance she seems to have between having fun with her adorable son, making tasty food and her home more beautiful with her own craftiness. If you haven’t checked this blog out yet, you should!
When I think about my blogging community, I think about blogs that are written by women like me who want to find fun educational and creative ways to spend time with their kids, then share it with other caregivers so they can do the same. I love our niche and am proud to be in the same category of blogs as ones like Muffin Tin Mom. Michelle the founder of Muffin Tin Mom is all about those same goals , from her Muffin Tin Mondays where she encourages creative lunches for kids to her No Need For The Sunday Paper where she spotlights activities from other blogs. She is a mom of 2 and former preschool teacher and full of creative genius so pop over and check her out!