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Weekly Adoption Shout Out #WASO Week 217

#WASO time!

Welcome back to another week of #WASO, are you ready to share your blog posts? We’re looking forward to reading them. Linked posts can be on any aspect of adoption, and we encourage you to read and comment on those linked, as well as adding your own post.

DO Please share your favourites on Facebook and Twitter with the hashtag #WASO.
DO Type in your blog url carefully, else it won’t work.
DO Comment on the blogs that link up, and let them know you found them through #WASO.
DO remember to add your own link, after reading the others.
DO check back as new blogs are linked throughout the weekend.

Here’s the linky…


Weekly Adoption Shout Out #WASO Week 215

Friday means #WASO here on The Adoption Social

It’s that time of the week when we ask you to add your blog posts to our wonderful community based link-up, so we can present a collection of adoption related blogs to the world. We also ask that you share as many posts as possible, to get more support for bloggers and to get realistic information about adoption into the public domain.

Here’s the linky…



Weekly Adoption Shout Out #WASO Week 212

Hello, are you ready for another WASO?

It’s time to link up to your favourite adoption themed blog linky. Add your favourite post, your most recent post, or even a post that you feel deserves a bit more love and attention. Perhaps you’d like to share a post about fathers, as it’s Father’s Day on Sunday? Mother’s Day and Father’s Day can often be difficult times in our families – do you celebrate or is it just too much?

To join in, just paste the post’s web address into the form below, and we’d be really grateful if you could read, comment and share on other posts too.



Weekly Adoption Shout Out #WASO Week 211

Welcome to #WASO!

How are you all? Staying safe we hope? Much love if you’ve been affected by the recent attacks in Manchester, London and further afield.

There’s no theme this week, but do let us know if you’ve any suggestions for themes in future, we’d love to hear your suggestions and we’ll try to incorporate them.
Anyway, here’s the linky – go on, add your blog posts and share your favourites:

 



Weekly Adoption Shout Out #WASO Week 210

It’s time for your favourite blog linky again – yes that’s right, it’s #WASO!

Welcome back to another week of #WASO, it’s been a lovely warm week for half term here, and we’ve had a mix of good times and challenging times – how has it been for you and yours? Can you share any tips to help manage the school holidays?

Anyway, no more chatter from me, here’s the link:



Weekly Adoption Shout Out #WASO Week 209

Yes, it’s that time again – #WASO time!

Get your blog posts ready to link up and get ready to hit the share buttons too! The Weekly Adoption Shout Out is live until late Sunday for you to link up your blogs, so tell us all about your week, what you’ve been up to, what’s gone well, what hasn’t, and then have a read of the other posts and share, share, share!



Weekly Adoption Shout Out #WASO Week 208

Welcome to #WASO!

It’s been a mixed week here weather wise and behaviourally – what’s it been like in your house? Have you encountered challenges due to exam season? Have the warmer days meant ramped up behaviour, or better moods and opportunities to play/relax outside?

Tell us all about what life has been like this week by linking your blog up to #WASO. No rules, just kindness and support.



Weekly Adoption Shout Out #WASO Week 205

Hello and welcome to another week of the Weekly Adoption Shout Out. We’ve no theme this week, so please join in with all and any posts you’ve written recently and we’ll do our best to read and share as many as we can.

As it’s a bank holiday weekend here in the UK, we’ll extend the linky a little, so it will close at the end of Monday.



The Weekly Adoption Shout Out #WASO Week 203

Welcome to #WASO week 203. This week we have an optional theme of ‘HOLIDAYS‘.
What is your experience of holidays with your family? We know that for some people holidays and time away from school can calm things down and for others it is a difficult time with changes of routine etc.
Please link in your blogs and we will read and share.