Here we go people – it’s Friday, it’s ten o’clock… which must mean it’s time for the Ten at Ten! *pause for the cheers and applause*.
This week the best of the week’s posts have been selected by our guest editor Emma, from Mummy…Mummy…Mum! So – go find the biscuits and settle down with a Jaffa Cake or two to see what Emma chosen from the Tots100 interwebs this week.
Emma writes: Here’s my Ten-at-Ten!
My first pick for this week is a beautiful post from Katie at Mummy, Daddy and Me Makes Three about her relationship with her little sister. I hope my children are such good friends when they are older.
This post about being fabulous from Tara at Sticky Fingers is brilliant.The video shows several bloggers shouting loud and proud about how fabulous they are. I especially enjoyed Chris juggling and am very jealous of Mummy Barrow’s family diary.
Hopefully by now everyone knows about Mammasaurus touring the country for Save the Children this week. This post by Actually Mummy shows as scantily clad Annie ironing @Daddacool ‘s T-shirts. Only in blogland people, only in blogland….
We’ve been trying lots of crafty activities at home lately, and I am loving the handprint art alphabet on Red Ted Art. This crocodile is super cute.
I also really love this Jack and the beanstalk story box from the Imagination Tree, and think it would be a great way to encourage creativity and literacy with my children.
This post from Mammywoo about her toddler had me laughing out loud, as I have a worm crushing, eye poking, crotch bashing toddler myself.
My three love to plant seeds and watch them grow, so I really enjoyed this post from Chris at Thinly Spread who is gardening with Kate Takes 5. Bonus Boy’s video is very sweet.
I am determined to get my self organised soon and start to use my slow cooker more. I’m hoping Slow cooker Sunday at Mediocre Mum will provide me with some much needed yummy receipes.
This post from Northern Mum had me close to tears as brave little BB comes out of her Spica cast.
Geek Mummy tells us about the Geek daughter getting her first choice school, and asks why school stuff is so hard. Having been through it myself I can really empathise with this post.