Saturday Linky Love, Version 2.0

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I’m so excited for my first week of hosting Saturday Linky Love (formerly known as Saturday Stumbles). I so appreciate former hosts Mandi and Staci for starting this wonderful carnival.

Each week, I’ll share some of my favorite posts I ran across. I hope you’ll do the same on your own site and then share the link to that specific post here. (If you need help figuring out how to do a permalink to your post, not your main page, let me know in the comments.)

The linky will stay open all week so if you do your links post on another day, you can still add it. I’ll try to share your posts and some of the posts you loved on Twitter and Facebook during the week.

So, here are the posts that I loved this week.

  • Not My Word of the Day at Tricia Lott Williford – This cracked me up. I am guessing that makes me a real geek. Fard. Ha.
  • An Explanation for My Children at BehBehBlog – For mother bloggers who think about what their kids will think later …
  • Let’s Play … Pirate! at Nurture Store – Cute ideas for playing pirates with your kids, including a few fun pirate books.
  • YUM of the week: Chilaquiles at Food Pusher. I am DEFINITELY going to have to try to make these soon. Chilaquiles is my favorite Mexican dish and I haven’t had any in forever.

So, what did you read that was great this week? Link up here. You can grab the code for the button in the sidebar, if you want.

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