#Blogcrush week 18 is here already and it is WONDERFUL to have you join us! Whether you’re a seasoned pro, or a linky newbie, you are very welcome! Just click the blue “Add a link” button at the bottom of this post to share your brilliant blog posts with us (check out this beginner’s linky guide if you’re unsure).
You can find some of the best blog posts on the internet right here; some written by our wonderful linkers, and some sourced by them. Which ask each blogger to add, not only a post they’ve written themselves, but also one written by someone else.
If any of your posts have ever been added here as someone’s #blogcrush, you are welcome to add our little “I was featured” badge to your blog!
- Join in with 2 posts:
- 1 post from your blog (personal) – no linkies please
- 1 post from someone else’s blog (your #BlogCrush)
- **When you add the URL of your BlogCrush to the InLinkz form, put “BC” at the beginning of their title**
- Tweet your BlogCrush (& us) to let them know you’ve added them to the linky
- Comment using the #BlogCrush hashtag on at least these 4 posts:
- 1 of the Lucy’s posts (personal or BC)
- 1 of the Wendy’s posts (personal or BC)
- 1 personal post
- 1 blog crush post
- Add the #BlogCrush badge to the post that you’re linking up from your own blog. You can do this by copying the
gobblydygookcode in the box below and pasting it into the HTML view of your post.
#Blogcrush Week 18
Each time, Wendy (my fabulous co-host from Naptime Natter) and I pick a post each from the previous #blogcrush link up to feature. That means you get lots of extra comments from our lovely linkers! But remember, only posts linked up in person are eligible for this (i.e. not your blogcrushes). Here are the featured posts for #Blogcrush Week 18 –
Wendy’s #Blogcrush is Parenting: What My Friends With No Kids Have Taught Me by Bell From Bow
My #Blogcrush is Our London Life by Mission: Mindfulness
Here in the UK, the recent terror attacks have really impacted us. I think this post will resonate with a lot of people as we try to find out new normal and weigh up our options.
Hurray! Well done, guys! Please collect your “I’ve been featured” badges from the top of the page
Finally, the post I’m linking up for #Blogcrush week 18 is all about empowering children and helping them to become more than their labels. We’re always giving labels to kids – “You’re so kind / funny / naughty / noisy” – and it’s not always helpful as they start to believe that that is what they are and they can’t change. I believe we need to teach children to break free of their labels and be who they want to be.
And good news – the post also includes a fabulous giveaway from a company called I’More who make kids t-shirts with positive affirmations on them.
Thanks for popping over to #blogcrush and I’m looking forward to seeing what wonderful posts you guys have brought along to link up for #Blogcrush week 18!