|#toddlerapprovedtuesday|week 25 - 14 April | LarabeeUK

|#toddlerapprovedtuesday|week 25 - 14 April

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This week T and I have a post showing you how to make your own seed paper, which you can use on cards and packaging that the recipient can plant in the garden!
Thanks so much to everyone who linked last week, it was a slightly quieter week last week, I think everyone was busy out having fun during half-term.
Remember if you have any 10 minute activities new or old, don't forget to link them to the #parentideaswap linky 

We would love it if you would join us with your toddler activities, crafts, food, clothes, reviews and updates.

Linking opens every Tuesday morning and closes Thursday night at midnight which gives us a good few days to see what your little ones have approved! We will share your posts on Twitter, make sure you follow me @larabeeuk and Becky @3princess_1dude and every week we will each pick our favourite two for our #ToddlerApprovedTuesday Showcase!

Rules:

1. Link up as many posts as you like but please remember to paste the #ToddlerApprovedTuesday badge on each post you would like to link up (code in sidebar, paste it into the HTML option of your blogging platform) this helps us spread the word!

2. Pop by and comment on two or three other posts, more would be great if you can!

3. OPTIONAL: Share your post and the linky party (using the hashtag #ToddlerApprovedTuesday) on your social media, Becky and I will retweet all your posts via Twitter (make sure you mention us in your tweets @3princess_1dude/@larabeeuk) and we'll also share relevant links on our #ToddlerApprovedTuesday Pinterest board.  Even if you don't have a blog, please do join in by using the hashtag for your toddler approved tweets & Instagram posts, they will still be counted for the showcase!
Onto my showcases this week.

With more and more people being diagnosed with intolerences I think it's a great idea to have a few 'treat' recipes on-hand for visitors which is why I've chosen the post 'Top 10 free-from bakes for cooking with toddlers' from Tickle Fingers I think we'll make some from this list for our next play date.


The post 'The grandparent toddler handover' from Up the Sprout quite literally had me in stitches!  My sister and I have always joked about this very subject and how our children always perform miracles when they are with our parents!  It was so refreshing to hear it from someone else! 

So over to you...  Thanks again xxx