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Tactical Tuesdays – 3.4.18

April 3, 2018Jenny

Welcome back to Tactical Tuesdays. We are loving the posts from regular and new contibutors to the linky, so thank you for linking up! We’d love this group to grow. So, if you have any blogging buddies, feel free to pass the word on and encourage them to join in with any tactical parenting posts.

I hope you have all had a great break over Easter? We had a nice time at home, building lego, getting some DIY done and generally catching up with ourselves- it was great! The downside of this has been that I have got slightly behind with blogging so am linking up a post from the archive this week- A day out at the Deep in Hull. I thought it might come in handy for ideas over the Easter break!

Ok, on to this week’s linky:

The linky is open from 8am on Tuesdays till 8pm on Sunday evening so there is plenty of time to join in. It is open to any tactical parenting tips; a great day out, product review, creative activity, meals on a budget… there is a wide variety of posts included and all of them helping us parents to make our days that little bit easier while looking after small humans!

The badge is below- enjoy!

The Rules
1. Add the linky badge to your post. You can easily grab this by copying the badge code below to the end of your post

  1. Add one post only per week.
  2. Posts may be new or old.
  3. Leave a comment on TWO of the Hosts’ posts and at least TWO other posts. (Four in total.) Remember that this is all about sharing the blogging love, so the more you can comment on the better. Don’t forget to use the hashtag #TacticalTuesdays when commenting.
  4. Tweet @tacticalmummy, @joannabayford and @rabbit_ideas including #TacticalTuesdays and at least one of us will retweet you.
  5. The Linky will run weekly from Tuesday until Sunday.


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