This Week I’ve Loved… #13

This Week I've Loved

It’s Friday!

Oh my gosh, the weeks are just flying by!

We don’t want to alarm you (or perhaps you will be extremely excited about this) but it’s only 97 sleeps until Christmas!! Wowsers, we are into double figures!

Anyway, if you haven’t fallen off of your chair, welcome to our linky, ‘This Week I’ve Loved‘.

Thank you to everyone that linked up last week. We really do enjoy reading your posts.

This week we would like to give a shout out to Cajsa from Emma’s Mamma Blog with her post Why I love my post pregnancy body. A truly beautifully written post about loving our bodies after pregnancy. Every little scar or stretch mark is a sign of the strength that our bodies have been through and after reading Cajsa’s post, I for one am going to love those a little more. You really must pop on over for a read if you want to be inspired.

So, onto Week 13 of This Week I’ve Loved…..

Here is a little reminder of the rules.

Please remember to display our linky grab badge on your post – as this way we can let others find us too.
Please comment on the Hosts’ posts, along with the posts either side of your own. This way, everyone gets to share a bit of the comment love.

Plus…

Don’t forget that we will share our favourite post on our pages, each week.
We’ll also retweet your link if you tweet us at @aliandlucky and @midlife_mummy using the hashtag #ThisWeekIveLoved
The linky will stay open for 4 days so hopefully you will find lots of lovely new blogs to read, follow and enjoy.

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