Don’t be shy, show us your best and read the posts , tutorials and holiday musings that others link. I need this post more now than ever, the preparations for our holiday celebrations are coming to a head and I barely have time to shower let alone read other blogs ( or write mine). So instead I snuggle with this linky in my bed and read it on my iPod before drifting off. I love it, hope you do too!
I decided to post the play food dessert trays and cake stand. I made these as a gift that I will be giving my 3-year old for Christmas. She’s going to love it!
Kristen @ Adventures in Mommyhood says
Great idea! Now, like you, I can surf through while on my phone late at night 🙂
Thanks for this! Big work for big SIS this week, and some holiday cheer!
At home with mom says
We had so much fun making our pine cone ornaments that I decided to put these on here today. I had 3 posts I really liked to chose from. Thanks for letting us link up!!!!
I have had a busy week but I managed to get a couple posts up.
Postcards! Postcards! Postcards! is an on going project though and I would love to see just how widespread we can go with it.
Thank you so much for “Link up Love” it helps tremendously for newcomers like myself. I culd use all the new “followers” I can get 😉
Pancakes For Recess says
Thank you, thank you!
i chose my simple freestanding construction paper christmas tree because it’s so quick and simple, a good distraction for the babes when you’ve got things to do 🙂
I choose our Christmas sensory tub. My 2 yr old loves it and will play with it for hours.
I didn’t know if it was ok to add more than one link, so I just added one. Just so you know, I have so much more christmas material on my blog… Welcome!
I love it too!
Weiser Academy says
We’ve had a busy and fun week.
Stop in and see our Christmas Matchup Sensory Game and our Unit Study and Lapbook Show and Tell. Leave us a link to your unit studies, lapbooks, and theme learning adventures.
I am enjoying reading everyone’s posts. Thank you for setting up this opportunity to share.
Our advent calendar is chocolate free – instead every day we have an activity to do together in the lead up to Christmas. Day 3: make Christmas cards together.
Lisa Gundlach says
Wow- so many wonderful ideas to pass along!
I just added a link to my favorite educational gift that I ever gave my kids. http://www.schoolfamily.com/blog/2010/11/18/educational-gift-idea-your-kids-will-love-seriously-
Amy G. says
I’m sharing my thoughts on the Holiday Open House at the grocery store – we all can use a laugh this time of year. Feel free to follow along on my journey “From Make-up to Spit-up”!
I love seeing all these ideas! I’m linked at #51 and #42 because the first time I put my name instead of the post name, but then I couldn’t delete it, whoops!