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 13k 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 December 2018:
(sorry it’s so late! That’s my bad!)
Photo by: @shantenei
Hasnt Zyree done an absolutely fab job with this bauble! Christmas is made for crafts!
Bath outside anyone?
Photo by: @littles.and.lenses
Paradise doesn’t have to be tropical this caption reads. And it sure doesn’t have to be tropical; this little one looks like she’s having a ball in there with that hot chocolate.
Fun on the beach
Photo by: @drsarahkiani
I love the quote used in this caption, only surround yourself with people who lift you higher!
Really Raw Childhood
Photo by: @chaosandkisses
Everything about this photo screams Raw Childhood to me; the wellies, the mud, the puddles, the RV.. everything!
Dreaded Santa visit
Photo by: @nora.belle.wins
Oh my goodness! There’s no way that I couldn’t share this one because as parents we have all gone through this at some stage!
Butt naked at Christmas
Photo by: @kaylataylorhall
This is another shot that I just had to include! It’s super cheeky and made me laugh!
Forget the tin man
Photo by: @ma.vie.ira
That’s right, forget the tin man because the cardboard man is the way forward. I love this, it’s so creative!
Photo by: @lauren_stadler
We are yet to have snow in Manchester, UK. We usually get snow around February if we get it at all, because our seasons are all kinds of messed up. My boys won’t stay out in the snow for long, they are definitely sun chasers.
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.