Seasonal Celebration Wednesday

Welcome to Seasonal Celebration!

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Another day spent reading and commenting on your enlightening and varied posts, I feel very fortunate to be blessed with your presence here at Natural Mothers Network. As always, I’m faced with a choice to favour two posts from the posts linked and it’s a tough call, but here goes:

( *Since the new WordPress update my own favourite links, don’t appear to be sticking- in other words they disappear if I update the page, has anyone else experienced this, and if so, have you any advice as to how I get around this?)

These will also be shared on our Facebook Page. Remember please, to link back to NMN if you wish to be featured, thank you. Feel free to grab our fancy featured button in the sidebar!

Up Cycled Fridge Magnet Notepad- Eco Thrifty Living

Samoa Cookie Pudding (Grain, Sugar and Dairy Free)- Anne-Marie Cain

New to Seasonal Celebration? Please read below before linking

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 this 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:-)I will will feature our favourite two projects the following week, here on the blog hop and post it on our facebook wall.

  • Please 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 we 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 a couple of posts 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 button in the side bar by placing the html into your post?
  • Please, no linking to giveaways or promotions for affiliates or sponsors.

Bloggers, when you link with us you’ll receive an email reminder for Seasonal Celebration each week; you’re welcome to sign up HERE so it doesn’t go to junk- and of course you can un-subscribe whenever you wish.



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Rebecca Watkins worked as a professional photo journalist and travelled the world with her husband John, before settling down as a stay at home mother to their three daughters. They have recently moved back from the French Alps to an old cottage in Devon, England. Rebecca’s days are filled with visits to the beach, animated discussions and in the best moments, happiness and creativity in her family home of five. The other moments are filled with craziness and chaos and she loves those too.

Comments (15)

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  1. Lisa Lynn says:

    Lots of great posts again! Thanks for hosting this great party Rebecca!

    • Avatar of NMNadmin NMNadmin says:

      Thanks you and you are so welcome as always!

  2. Nancy says:

    Thanks so much for hosting this week! Have a marvelous day!

  3. Hi Rebecca,
    As always, a wonderful resource for us! Thank you for spreading such an important message and bringing us all together.

  4. Alison says:

    This week I’ve left two posts. The first is how to choose and cut a pineapple. It’s the easiest method I’ve found for quickly and efficiently cutting up a pineapple. Plus, once you learn the tricks to choosing the perfect pineapple, you’ll never go back to pre-sliced pineapple again!

    I’ve also posted my slow cooker recipe for Buttery Pepper Encrusted Pot Roast. No butter involved, but it’s so rich and delicious it tastes like it’s been soaked in butter all day! Plus, it’s a simple and delicious weeknight meal.
    Thanks for hosting!!

  5. Tiffany says:

    I shared a recipe for those who are novice bean makers, and who are trying to turn their family bean-haters into bean-lovers – Tortilla Soup. Two types of beans, lots of veggies and with a few additions makes a wonderful meal for company! Thanks for hosting!