The ladies at 5 Minutes For Mom started a new weekly carnival.
So what is Say it Forward? Here is the explanation from Janice on 5 Minutes for Mom:
Say It Forward – Carnival of Loyal Commenters is a new weekly carnival at 5 Minutes for Mom.com where bloggers feature their loyal commenters!
And make sure you visit the links in the Mr. Linky here every Friday. These are the FUN blogging folk YOU want to be friends with. Go to THEIR sites. Read THEIR blogs. And of course, leave COMMENTS.
Oh – we can just see the friendships forming already… It is a beautiful thing!
To get things started, I decided to participate this Sunday (I found out about this too late on Friday). This week I will share a few blog posts that really caught my eye from some of my loyal commenters.
- My bloggy friend Citystreams and I met when we participated in a swap group together. Over the last few months her life has been very stressful as she finished a big project. Last week, she handed in her teaching portfolio! Here is a blog that she wrote called Dear Blog, explaining her recent bloggy hiatus and troubles with a parent (I totally know her pain on that one).
- Kim, from Beanish and Other Languages I am Learning, had a fun post about her daughter, Bean, dressing up with her little cousin during a visit. The blog post is called Cousins.
- Damselfly, from Growing a Life, is currently pregnant with her second little one. She often writes about her son Fly, but this time it was about the "joys" of pregnancy. Her post ,called So much for clean underwear, brought back so many memories of being sucker punched or headbutted in the bladder.
- Killlashandra, from Southwest Photo Momentoes, has an amazing eye for photography. She often highlights the beautuful environment around her house. Another favorite is when she talks about her son, W.W., and his life on their ranch. This week she she highlighted her husband giving W.W. some Reining Lessons.
I hope you enjoy some of the blog posts from a few of my bloggy friends. I always look forward to seeing what new items they have to share when I head to my Google Reader each day.