It’s Sunday, which means that it is time for the #rememberingthesedays for photographs that capture the special moments in family life round up with myself and Clare from Mudpie Fridays . Not only is it time for our weekly roundup of #RememberingTheseDays but this week I had the pleasure of sharing some top tips on how to grow your Instagram from Instagram Queen @tobyandroo where she gives advice on how how she grew from 0-50k Instagram followers in 12 months.
This is the 29th week we’ve been running our little community and we continue to be blown away by the incredible images, the beautiful memories shared and the real community feel that is starting to develop. Instagram is my happy place, and I love that you all share these precious moments with us at #rememberingthesedays.
We would love you all to keep joining in next week, we love seeing those precious family moments from the ordinary moments to the extraordinary, because let’s face it, when you have children even the ordinary moments become special. Simply tag any photos of your memories #rememberingthesedays for a chance to feature.
Every week when I look through the photos I look for a theme that jumps out at me. This week I is all about that little pop of colour in the trees.
Sometimes in life you just need to kick back, have a bath and play in the bubbles. Life’s too short not to laugh at the little moments.
Bath time always means bedtime is in sight. And bath time in our house is full of bubbles and laughter when we blow them at each other. Nothing makes you forget the tough spots of the day like the sound of your child's laughter, it's infectious and within seconds my frustrations melt away and I can't help but giggle back at those little boys of mine.
There is something special about a father-son bond, and looking at this beautiful capture of Monkey with his Dad as Clare and family head off for a magical birthday weekend is reminiscent of my biggest with his daddy.
We’d love to see your #rememberingthesedays photos, please do tag us over on Instagram.