It’s #WASO time again!
How’s your week been? What are you going to share with us this week?
In our house we had a birthday celebration which went incredibly well, followed by days of challenging behaviour, not helped by us imposing a ban on his favourite YouTuber!
So whether your week’s been better or worse than ours, we’d like to hear about it. Here’s the linky…
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.
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.
#WASO #WASO #WASO
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.
It’s #WASO time again!
How has your week been? Pleasant and calm, or challenging? We’d love if you could share your blog posts about how things are for you all?
We welcome blog posts from adoptees, adoptive parents, birth families, social workers, foster carers, therapists – in fact anyone connected in any way to adoption. So please do get involved if you can.
Here’s the linky, just fill in your details…
Coming at you every Friday – it’s #WASO time!
So we’re heading towards the end of the school holidays (in fact, the return to school has already come for many), and here at The Adoption Social we want to know how you and the children are handling it? Any reflections from the holidays? Any transition tips to share?
Whatever you’ve written about this week, we’d like you to link up below, then read and share as many posts as you can…
A big #WASO welcome!
Hello, and welcome to another week of the Weekly Adoption Shout Out – a fab community of bloggers and blog readers sharing the best of adoption related blogs, and supporting each other.
If you’ve got a blog to add, then just fill in the form below. If you’re here to read some interesting adoption blogs, well, you’ve come to the right place, but perhaps have a browse too. Our previously published posts are chock-a-block full of interesting information.
Hello again, it’s time for #WASO!
Welcome back to The Adoption Social, home of the Weekly Adoption Shout Out. This week, as always, please add your blog posts to the linky below, and help support our fantastic community of adoption bloggers and social media users. Read, comment and share, then come back next week to do it all again.
Here’s the linky:
Welcome back to the Weekly Adoption Shout Out
It’s summertime, the schools have finished, aeroplanes and motorways are full of holiday makers, some children are struggling with transitions, others are enjoying free time and lack of formal school. What’s it like for you? Are you attempting a holiday? Do you have older adoptive children that are no longer in school but still struggle with this time of year?
Share your blog posts below in the link-up form, and we’ll read and share as many as we can on Facebook and on Twitter…