December was a very busy month for this blog, so I thought it would be good to reflect on my favourite posts.
I wrote quite a few blogging posts, the first one in December being Organise your Blogging. In which I gave an overview into how I work and the systems I use. Then, there was a change of pace as we posted our application to be a Mark Warner Mum, with Mark Warner Baby!
We were unfortunately unsuccessful, but I love the post and lots of readers did too. How to grow your Twitter following was a popular post and I hoped it helped people get the most out of Twitter. Each month I do a round up of Baby’s to outfits and there were some beauties in What Baby rocked (in November).
We started our festive preparations with a trip to meet a certain penguin and shared it all in Santa Baby. Back to blogging with a collection of tutorials in 7 PicMonkey tips, it is a great program that I really couldn’t live without. I recently started working with a new business and they have come on board as my BritMums sponsor, so I proudly introduced Doctor Care Anywhere.
I love baking and wanted to send a couple of my friends a homemade Christmas gift, so I made brownies in a jar, which apparently were yummy! Time 4 Sleep launched a competition to find mischievous toddlers and so obviously I entered with this round up of Baby’s antics!
I had a little bit of a bittersweet moment, after photographing Baby in the park and thinking about her face. The blogging posts are never very far away and continued with a round up of my top 10 Blogging no no’s. I have previously worked as an events organiser and so I decided to share my tips for stress free party planning with you all and also my ideas for pretty perfect party bags.
Both Baby and I have had quite an eventful year and so as the month was drawing to a close I wrote a round up of Baby’s top moments of 2014, which will be nice for us to look back on in years to come. I also wrote what turned out to be an emotional post for me, when I shared what Blogging gave me in 2014.
I have loved taking part in the Living Arrows project and taking a picture of Baby each week that epitomises childhood in my eyes. I intend to make a book with all of our pictures, but I wanted to bring them all together in one place and so I posted our Living Arrows Year.
So now onward to January and to see what 2015 holds for us. I hope you all have an amazing year.