Welcome to our community on Instagram! I love Instagram and I love seeing all of your photos in the roundup!
The #rawchildhood community on Instagram is for you to link up any child related photos!
We now have over 11k link ups!
I am looking for those raw childhood moments; with or without filters; children enjoying the rain and mud; exploring with food and colours.. I am also looking for those raw moments when you think “should I really post this?” YES! post that picture of your child on the floor in Tesco because you wouldn’t buy a surprise egg or when your child is pulling the death stare.. I love those photos! It’s your child’s personality, let’s celebrate it!
I guess what I am trying to say is let’s get back to basics. The raw childhood!
Let’s all try to be a great little community! Follow each other, make friends and share! #rawchildhood
I will be picking my favourite posts for the month and doing my roundup; these will then get shared across my social media accounts!
Here are my favourites from September 2018:
Photo by: @shantenei
I love it when we give inspiration to others! We did rainbow rice on our Instagram last month and it comes out so beautiful!
Be that superhero
Photo by: @_mom_2_boys_
I love this! The caption read “be the superhero you really are”, we should all take note of that!
Photo by: @topsyturvytribe
There isn’t anything better than being in a fire truck is there though?! Have you ever seen how much stuff they have in their truck?! We saw it all on 999 day and there was EVERYTHING I’m there!
Let them be creative
Photo by: @amberrand
Completely love this by Amber, and I completely understand what she is saying about letting your children explore. I always go by the quote “artists are children who never grew up” let them be creative, let them dress as they please, let them play in mud and hold worms, you are only a child once!
Ready for action
Photo by: @channelislandmama
I love this! I am totally getting the war paint out next week!
Photo by: @mebecomingmum
This is fab! How many times have you let your children explore your garden in depth? Get the magnifying glass out and let them discover!
Just brushing the pig
Photo by: @amylouise_93
Don’t tell anyone but I think I would secretly enjoy brushing a pig more than my boys! The pig looks pretty content there!
Messy play trumps everything else
Photo by: @tinkergarten_martalusk
Getting hands on is always the best way to learn and I stand by that solidly! I love what they are doing here!
I would love for you to join my community and help it grow even more!
Let’s celebrate our children whilst they are still children!
I will see you all again next month.