The third week of #ChasingNature has been and gone, and I’m delighted that even more people joined us this week than they did in the first and second week!
To start off, Kelly and I would like to thank everybody who got involved with the linky, and we hope to see you return in the future! I absolutely loved reading everybody’s posts, and once again, taking part in the linky actually made me want to go out to take photos and write about our experience!
This week, I wrote about A Sunday stroll on Newgale beach. If you missed it, you can read it here. Kelly, our host from Nature Mum Blog wrote about how you can make heart shaped bird feeders! If you missed it, you can read it here.
My favourite post was by Ups & Downs, Smiles & Frowns, which was about The Old Oak Tree. Within this post, 31-year-old Sarah talked about taking a wonderful Autumnal walk and a trip to the play park with her three children. On their walk, they came across a huge oak tree, which they decided to climb.
I absolutely loved Sarah’s photos, and I thoroughly enjoyed reading her blog. I love the way she writes, and I hope she will be back with us for #ChasingNature week 4! To read The Old Oak Tree, you can do so by clicking here.
Kelly from Nature Mum Blog chose to feature Growing Family’s post, Giving nature a home in our garden: Making a frog and toad abode. Kelly said: “This activity was just wonderful as it is not only great fun for little ones to get involved with but it also helps local wildlife.”
If you joined in with this week’s linky or last week’s, you can use the badge below for your sidebar, or for the post you entered. Kelly and I hope to see all of those who got involved last week back again tomorrow, and we’ve both got our fingers crossed that we’ll see even more people join in!
Keep an eye out to see who Kelly and I chose as our featured contributors to the Instagram Community! Hope to see you next time!