So here we are revealing our top three posts from April. As always there was plenty to chose from, everyone has something very important to say. Keep up the amazing blogging work and keep reading and commenting on all those great blogs on #WASO.
My first post actually made me feel very sad because it reminded me very much of our own situation. I often worry about the one that got left behind, as in this post Ask the 8 Year Old
Although Three Pink Diamonds describes her family life as living in a Pressure Cooker, I love the positive outcome of this post.
Finally as SATs week approaches, I couldn’t agree more with this post from Safe Mummy, Children who Fail about how hard the education system is on adopted children.
HoneyMummy is one of my favourite bloggers, so I was thrilled to find this post recently, not from HoneyMummy herself, but her son Buzzbee who has started his very own blog. And it’s a very uplifting post too!
Affliction Bingo – a new game, or just a bit of fun? In this post, Suddenly Mummy shares all those afflictions that she’s had to become an expert in. I’m pretty sure many of us can identify with that too…I certainly can.
Naming our children can be a big issue in the UK, mostly I think because we’re told not to change the names they arrive with, although in our case we were advised to change Mini’s name. But because of that I’m always interested to read blog posts about names and changing them and this post from No Bohn’s About It is no exception.