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  • Strawberry Jam Recipe – A Very English Preserve

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Seasonal Celebration Sunday #5

The Seasonal Celebration Linky Party

"Seasonal Celebration Sunday"

A big thank you to all those who participated in last week’s Seasonal Celebration!"Seasonal Celebration" I say it every week I know, but what a great selection of posts, each so beautifully and carefully crafted-thank you everyone!

With the final days of Carnival behind us, we wait with eager anticipation for the coming of spring. In my little corner of Devon England snow drops are pushing up through the bare winter ground. With the snowdrop’s arrival come the stirrings of new beginnings, their little white heads, an annual symbol of hope .  Rebecca x

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Go Gingham- Not sleeping? Must be your pillow cases."Seasonal Celebration"

Sara cleverly blends humour, beautiful images and clear step-by-step instructions with this tutorial.

Congratulations Sara! Feel free to grab the featured button in the side bar.

Now let’s link up!

It’s our wish, that together we can create an invigorating collection of ideas that will be an inspirational resource for our readers.
Please feel free to link-up and share as many posts as you would like that you feel will build and encourage our little community of bloggers.It isn’t mandatory, but if you have a blog of your own, why not tell us about it on the Natural Mothers Network facebook page? Then we can visit you there too:-)We will feature our favourite project the following week here on the blog hop and post it on our facebook wall.

Please read through the guidelines below before linking.

  • Remain sensitive to the ethos of Natural Mothers Network. So in order to maintain the integrity of our values, share your best posts on any topic as long as they are natural and reflect the season we’re in, by which I mean- written at this time of year.
  • Please link your posts back to Seasonal Celebration It helps build our little community as you are sending your readers to others who are also participating and you increase the chance of being featured!
  • As a fellow blogger, we hope that you check out at least one other post and leave a comment. We all really love to hear from each other as it helps validate what we do.
  • Why not grab the Seasonal Celebration Sunday button in the side bar by placing the html into your post.
  • Please, no linking to giveaways or promotions for affiliates or sponsors.

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I can’t wait to see what everyone has to share this week! Don’t forget to spread the word to all the bloggers you know!

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  1. Jill says:

    I shared a recipe for a Raspberry Tart (SCD/GAPS). Also, an article about fructose, as well as an article about the different gut bacteria found in autistic children.

    Thanks for hosting!

  2. Jessica says:

    Thanks for hosting! I posted my probiotic and enzyme rich honey mustard dressing. Great for salads and dipping fresh veggies or sourdough bread!

  3. Kelsi says:

    Rebecca – what a great link up – thanks for visiting Cheeky Bums Blog and pointing me over ehre! I shared 2 posts – getting Started with a Natural Medicine Cabinet, as well as Tips for managing a Large Family.
    All the best,

  4. Thanks for organizing this again, Rebeca! Thanks for featuring me, too. Happy Monday to you!

    • Profile photo of NMNadmin NMNadmin says:

      I am just so delighted to have found your blog and met you, even if it is via the web! It was an honour to feature you- I’m a great fan:)

  5. kristy lynn says:

    as per usual, thanks for hosting! it’s so much fun to see what everyone else is doing. i adore the connections we build – and that you facilitate!

    this week i’m sharing my version of a Winter panzanella as well as the first quiche i’ve ever baked! (may i also say – my very first photo accepted to foodgawker as well)….

    • Profile photo of NMNadmin NMNadmin says:

      Delighted you choose to stop by, always love catching up with your latest posts!

  6. Dawn says:

    This week I’ve posted on 13 Ways to Create a Sustainable Food System. Consumer demand is simply not enough to stop the destruction of our planet and our health by industrial agriculture. Here’s a more comprehensive approach.