Welcome to another weekend of #momsterslink
Thank you to everyone who linked up last week…there were 39 of your lovely links. I appreciate all the love! And want to say a big THANK YOU to those of you who continue to link each week!
Thurs 12:00pm(PST)US until Sunday 11:55pm(PST)US.
Linky’s are a great way to discover new blogs and also to get your blog some new readers. The only way this works… is if everyone posting, participates in sharing the #bloggerlove. So if you really like someone’s post I encourage you to share it! It only takes a minute and can produce a smile.
If you are not quite sure how to link up to a linky, my wonderful friend Becky at Cuddle Fairy has a great instructional post here.
Rules are as follows:
*Please copy and paste my badge, which is located at the bottom of this post, into the bottom of the post that you choose to link up in the HTML/TEXT portion of your post. This helps others to discover this linky!
*Then copy and paste the URL from your post and return to this page and click on the blue button at the bottom with the little frog on it. This will take you to another page and click on the blue link up button at the bottom. Fill in the blanks and link up! Once you get the hang of it you will want to link up to every linky there is! Trust me!
*Please make sure to check out and comment on at least 2 other blogs that are also linked up. I have found the best way of this is to comment on the one linked up right before you and then one of your choice. Commenting is a great way to interact and get noticed in the social world!
*When using any social media please use #momsterslink especially via twitter so that I can retweet along with tagging me @domesticmomster. Please note that I will be sharing all posts across my social media which is listed below, including my Pinterest board for #momsterslink
I will be choosing a weekly favorite post that I will feature in the following week.
This week it goes to:
As a parent who had a child in NICU for a few days I can relate on the level that as parents, when something is wrong with our children, we feel nothing but hopeless. Beautifully written story Rob and thank you for sharing it with us.
Above all…have fun…meet other bloggers…and discover new blogs to follow!
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