Author Archives: Jeannette

InstaLinkLove – Week 88 #instalinklove 

By | May 26, 2018

Welcome to Week 88 of InstaLinkLove!    Let’s get the GDPR bit out of the way first, my privacy and disclosure page is here, anyone else been absolutely deluded with emails this week?!?….now to business! If you haven’t joined us before in this linky before, then this is the easy-to-use linky which helps you get your Instagram posts […]

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Privacy, Disclosure and GDPR 

By | May 24, 2018

I’m sure you’ve been inundated with emails regarding the GDPR policy that comes into effect tomorrow, here’s mine! The GDPR law has come into effect to ensure that your data isn’t being used for anything unethical, or without your consent.  I’ve updated my Privacy and Disclosure policy here to incorporate the changes. This is just a friendly […]

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D’s birthday and the purple Koala 

By | May 21, 2018

Our D was 14 yesterday, can you believe it?!  It was a day in which plans which had been made were changed and, although the morning had started early and angst-filled, ended happily, thanks in part to this little Koala (or Violet as D has named her):    We had planned to go to the […]

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InstaLinkLove – Week 86 and 87 #instalinklove 

By | May 13, 2018

A belated welcome to Weeks 86 and 87 of InstaLinkLove!     After feeling very positive about my post-op foot last week, pain has set in big time and it’s affected sleep/concentration and any positivity around it!  Next week’s linky will be on time and happier, promise! Back to business…If you haven’t joined us before in […]

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InstaLinkLove- Week 85 #instalinklove 

By | May 5, 2018

Welcome to Week 85 of InstaLinkLove!     If I could, I’d be doing a little happy dance right now as everything looked wonderful albeit a little bit Frankenstein-ish under here at my check-up on Tuesday:    The ribbon was a bit of fun as it’s been a long time getting to this point.  All meaning […]

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Bubbles – Fri 4th May 2018

By | May 4, 2018

It’s been a long week for D, she’s normally extremely tired by Friday but today she was even more so. She was in tears as she left for school and according to her Home-school diary got very upset at school,  with more tears at home. She doesn’t like to say “no” to joining in with […]

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A two-way Motivation #TheMMLinky 

By | April 30, 2018

I’m putting my hand up and apologising because I haven’t felt motivated to join in with this linky for a little while, my lovely co-hosts have kept it going whilst I’ve stepped back, worried a lot and frantically ticked things off a long list. But, two weeks ago today, that all changed and this happened: […]

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InstaLinkLove – Week 84 #instalinklove 

By | April 28, 2018

Welcome to Week 84 of InstaLinkLove!    Apologies that there wasn’t a post/linky last week, my foot operation happened on Monday 16th and I needed a bit more time than envisaged with getting over the general anaesthetic and getting pain relief sorted.     The dressings get changed/removed next week and I can’t wait to see […]

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National Citizen Service for Year 11 teens for Summer 2018 

By | April 24, 2018

Being a parent to two teenagers (a son of 15 and a daughter of 13, both with autism), I cannot help but worry about the world that they are growing up in, not just from an additional needs viewpoint but also with regard to the multiple stabbings in London so far this year. We live in […]

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Safety Tips When Using A Moses Basket For Your Baby 

By | April 16, 2018

 Parents-to-be will inevitably face this question when choosing a bed for their new born baby: should they get a crib, carrycot, baby cot, bassinet, or a Moses basket? Many decide to go for a Moses basket because they offer a cosy alternative to the large cot, helping create a reassuring and enveloping space for their […]

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