This is the first carnival I have ever done, so I hope I manage the protocol correctly and those in the know please do correct any blunders I make! I am looking forward to sharing some fabulous reading. The photos here are simply a snap shot of my parenting journey so far with Triplets.
What is the Multiples Mayhem Carnival?
It is a post that is held every two months (I have already failed by slipping a month) by different Multiple Parent bloggers. On the 3rd December I will put together a post to showcase the fun, the serious and the amusing posts from other Multiple Parents and Carers over the past few months giving one place for you to visit for some great reading and parenting tips!
How to get involved:
I am looking for Multiple Parent related posts, anything to do with twins, triplets or more would be welcome, even tiyr own story if you are a multiple. Please get writing or digging out those recent posts and email me your post URL link by Friday 23rd November [email protected]so I can share them back here on the 3rd December.
Hosting the next Carnival:
As far as I’m aware there is no one booked for the New Year to take on the Multiple Carnival so please let me know if you would like to host the first of 2013 and I’ll pass on the baton.
Please grab the badge.
Below is the badge, which was made by Rebecca from twobecomefour. I have linked the badge to this blog so you can find the other entries if you add it to your post. You can also find the code in my side margin and I shall keep it there for the next few weeks whilst this is running so you can pick it up at any time. Just copy the code and then paste it into the HTML section of your blog and it should show the badge and link back here.
The Carnival is now live here please click through to read all the entries. There is lots of helpful advice, some questions posed and a couple to make you chuckle too!
“Tales from the farmers wife” shares the funny and interesting happenings on our lovely holiday farm with Farmer Nick and our 6 children. A behind the scenes look on balancing family, farming, the holiday business and cooking for all.