Welcome to the all new Toddler Talk!
Family and Life in Las Vegas – Emily and Squishy (2.5)
Crazy About My Baybah – Lolo and Baybah (2.5)
The Life of a Sippy Cup Mom – Melissa & Hayden (4)
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Toddler Talk was created as a place for moms and dads of toddlers to come together over a weekly topic and share ideas, go-to toys, or products. It is a great way to meet other bloggers of toddlers. Each week the topic will be different; we invite you to link up, share your weekly Toddler Talk!!
Link up a post that is related to this weeks topic.
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This Week’s Topic: Songs that remind you of your toddler!
A song that I have been singing to Hayden since he was born is “Somewhere Over the Rainbow”. He loves the movie Wizard of Oz now so whenever I hear this song I think of it!
“There Goes My Life” by Kenny Chesney makes me cry EVERY TIME I hear it and makes me think of Hayden!
Originally written by Bob Dylan, but recently released by Adele, the song “Make You Feel My Love” gets me everytime. It may have been written for a significant other, but I feel I can relate it toward both my husband and my son, because I would do anything for them.
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This link up is for families that have toddlers. Raising a toddler can be fun, crazy, exciting, and exhausting. Sharing what works for you could give other families another way to do things.