#VlogIt Week 21- Join our vlogging linky



Hello and welcome to this week’s VlogIt! More and more bloggers than ever are turning their hand to vlogging and filming their lives, and here at Tots100 we love to see your videos. There is something really great about seeing our favourite bloggers ‘in the flesh’- hearing them talk about subjects they are passionate about, or giving us a sneaky peek into the fun they get up to with their families.

We have had some fantastic videos link up with last fortnights VlogIt, that we can’t possibly mention them all. But here are a few that caught our eye. We loved this video from Carie celebrating the year that her daughter turned four, this super cute video from Chloe about what happens when you are left out the family portrait, and this gorgeous nursery tour from Clare.

If you haven’t joined in with VlogIt before, it’s simple. Just leave us the url to your YouTube, Vimeo or blog post with video, it can be of anything whether that’s a travel diary, family vlog, tutorial or chatting straight to camera video. We can’t wait to see what you have come up with, and do feel free to link up as many videos as you would like.

Tip: Make sure to set your video to public rather than private or unlisted so then as many people as possible will see it.


  • Click on the ‘add your link’ button below to add your YouTube, Vimeo or other vlog post.
  • The linky is open for two weeks so don’t forget to come back and check out more #VlogIt posts from other Tots100 bloggers.
  • Each week, we’ll be selecting the best videos from the #VlogIt linky to share on the Tots100 You Tube channel on our “Featured Vloggers” playlist. We also publish a monthly #VlogIt roundup with our pick of the five most inspiring videos of the month.
  • If you like a vlogger, then why not subscribe to their channel? (You can subscribe to our own channel here)

Every day of the week, Good Reads brings you the best and brightest content from Tots100, the UK parent blog network. Our community of more than 7,500 parent bloggers have a combined monthly audience of more than 10m readers, writing about everything from parenting to politics, food and fashion.

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