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Parenting Pin it Party #77

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We are back with another parenting pin it party for you - share your parenting posts, check out the artiucles already shared and get some great parenting advice. Join the Pinterest party!

Back for more parenting fun for another wonderful week, and we are over on The Fairy and the Frog this time. Let’s see what you can come up with this week for us all. I am looking forward to another festival of parenting fun, aren’t you?

Rules are their usual easy-peasy stuff:

  • Choose a post from your blog, either current or archive, that’s relevant to parenting. You can pick a craft, or advice, or anything else you fancy as long as its not promotional
  • Add to our linky using the clever little widget at the bottom of this post
  • Nip over to some of the other blogs that have also joining is with us this week
  • Say “Howdie” to some of the blogs through those posts, comment on them, leave your Pinterest ID, and generally show a bit of love. You can pin them to Pinterest as well if you want to
  • Finally, add the blog badge for the host to the posts that you have added. I know it’s a pain, but we really do appreciate it when you take time to add the badge. We spend a lot of time tweeting, pinning and generally spreading the love. Be nice to have a gentle cuddle in return.

Fairy and the Frog’s badge is here for you all:

The Fairy and the Frog
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Our board is looking good, wouldn’t you agree?

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Right, here’s your cocktail – oh and the linky as well!

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