brilliant blog posts-Honest MumThese weeks are flying by! Thanks for all your continued support for Brilliant Blog Posts, I love receiving emails and tweets from so many of you on how much use and joy you are getting from this linky!

I also love that bloggers as far as the US and Australia (my 2nd and 3rd biggest audiences after the UK) are linking up week after week! We’ve gone international, baby!

This week I’m linking up a few posts of my own so you can take your pick if you fancy reading any of them.

Great Daddy Blogger Tim of Slouching towards Thatcham shares his thoughts on why there are so few Daddy Bloggers.

I have also written a post on how now is the best time to be a Mummy Blogger over on the Brit Mums blog. I hope Daddy bloggers are on the rise and Tim and his male blogging peers are inspiring other men to follow suit.

I also attended a government function last week so wanted to share the experience with you guys. Blogging is such a varied career that no one day is ever the same so I thought a little taste of that day might be rather interesting to read, especially as it was celebrating the best pre-school practitioners in the UK.

Please link up all the posts you fancy and don’t forget to tweet me the linked up urls to @honestmummy and I will share with my 13.6k followers.

Enjoy!

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26 Responses

  1. Me, You and Magoo

    Thanks again for hosting!

    I really love reading blogs written by Dads. One of my favourites is:
    http://www.thefuturesrosie.com
    Written by Tom who is Dad to Rosie who was born with Down’s Syndrome. He tries to break down prejudices & share his family’s experiences.

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