It’s #WASO time!
Yes, it’s that time again already (I know, where does the time go?!), so get your typing fingers ready and get your posts written up ready to join in with the original adoption linky – The Weekly Adoption Shout Out.
No rules here…just make sure your blog post is adoption related. Please be kind and comment on other blogs too.
Here’s the linky…
A very warm welcome to you on week two hundred and thirty four of #WASO!
It’s that time of the week again when we ask you to pull out your best, worst, funniest or favourite blog posts and join them up to the Weekly Adoption Shout Out.
If you’re here to read blog posts, then please do have a look around previous #WASO posts too, and you’ll find even more adoption based reading.
Here’s the linky…
Friday can only mean #WASO time!
Yes it’s that time of the week where we invite you to add your adoption related blog to the Weekly Adoption Shout Out. Read posts, share posts, comment on posts and show your support for the bloggers that take the time to join in.
The linky is below….
It’s time for the Weekly Adoption Shout Out!
Hello and welcome to week 232 of the Weekly Adoption Shout Out. This week signals the start of what can be a difficult few months for some of us. Schools focus so much on Christmas – nativity plays, church services, Christmas fairs, carol concerts and more, that familiar, safe routines turn into a bit of a jumble. Christmas can be a really hard and emotional time and so having to think about it months in advance presents challenges.
Bonfire Night this weekend brings more challenges for anxious children and poor sleepers, struggling with the sound of fireworks all around.
And of course, in the UK our clocks have gone back so routine changes a little as we all adjust to differing light and allow our body clocks to change too.
If you have any handy tips on how to cope with the coming months and mentions of Christmas, please blog about it and share it with us through #WASO.
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What have you and yours been up to this week? Have you blogged about it? because we’d love to read all about it.
Don’t forget the Weekly Adoption Shout Out is for everyone involved in adoption, so if you know of adopted people, birth parents, foster carers, adoptive parents or anyone else involved who is blogging about it, then please do extend an invitation from us to join in.
Here’s the linky, you know what to do.
Goodness me this year is flying by – can you believe this is week 230 of #WASO?!
230 editions of the Weekly Adoption Shout Out – thank you so much to those of you who regularly join in, read and support this amazing adoption community. Please do carry on, here’s the linky for this week…
WASO time again!
Hello there, how has your week been? We’d like to hear about it in your latest blog post, so please do write about it and share it with us by linking up below.
If you’re more of a reader, but have been tempted to set up your own blog, then why not dip your toe in the water by writing an anonymous (or not) piece for The Adoption Social. If you like it, perhaps you might then consider writing a regular blog of your own? Just drop us an email if you’re interested…
Anyway, here’s the linky…
Hello and welcome to #WASO
It’s that time of the week already, so polish off those keyboards and get your blog posts ready to link up. It’s nice and simple to do, but if you need a little help then check out the post here.
It would be great if you could share a post or two as well, and we’ll do our best to share some too.
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Come and add your best, worst, favourite, unloved or most popular blog posts to the Weekly Adoption Shout Out. We want to read and hear all about what you’ve been up to this week.
No rules, just add your post below and be kind when sharing or commenting on other posts. Everyone likes a bit of bloggy love.
It’s #WASO time!
Hello, have you got your blog posts ready to add? We want to read all your posts about adoption related issues….life story work, therapy, school challenges, contact successes, self care – if you’ve written it, then please add your blog post below.