It’s Wednesday, welcome to October. I’m trying not to think about how fast Christmas is approaching! It also means it’s time for the Small Steps Amazing Achievements linky.
Thank you to everyone that linked up last week. It’s my turn to host this weeks Small Steps Amazing Achievements.
If this is your first time here you can find out about the Small Steps Amazing Achievements linky HERE, we do hope you join in.
Posts can be old or new and don’t forget to share the linky love and comment on posts that spark your interest.
We do take the time to read and comment on all of your posts. We also share them on twitter using the hashtag #SSAmazingAchievements. So grab the badge and come and join in.
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Jeannette’s Small Steps Amazing Achievements Highlights from last week.
It’s always lovely to read updates on how your little ones are getting along, @beautybabyblog shares her update on Lexie
and @becomingaSAHM tells us the ups and downs of having a 3 1/3 year old Monkey
Sir at @earlyrisingmum has had a fantastic start to his school year, great news!
Sitting still for a school/nursery photo isn’t easy, there’s always way too many distractions!
@methemanandkids shares D’s photo and how he’s getting on at nursery.
Swimming can be a complicated business, add in holding your breath under water and that’s a lot to get worried about. @mummyshire is justifiably very proud of how mademoiselle is doing
We really wish we could share all of the posts with you as we enjoy reading them all and find it so hard to choose which ones to include in this post, but you can read them all HERE.
I can’t wait to see what your children have achieved this week.