Welcome to The Dad Network’s Big Fat Linky of the Week
So many people have been saying what a great, refreshing linky this is with genuinely interesting and quality posts. I agree! If you haven’t read some of last weeks posts, check them out here. We want to have a huge push this week to reach out to new bloggers who have yet to join in with The Big Fat Linky of the Week, so we’re asking you all to invite one blogging friend to come and link up. (By all means, invite more than one!)
If you’re new and not sure what you’re doing then take a look at our step by step guide to linkys.
The Big Fat Linky of the Week, co-hosted with my good friend Inside Martyn’s Thoughts, gives you the opportunity to share recently written posts or any old corkers you have hidden away in your treasure chest. It could be a post that you want to share with a wider audience, or one that is particularly special to you or just one of your many fantastic pieces of literature!
We’re not precious about what you link up as long as it’s a good, exciting and interesting read.
Remember, we’ll be here each week for you to link up your great blogposts.
This week’s post, from us, is a post about how teaching your children to cycle can bring you and them so much more than just the freedom of 2 wheels.
So, I’m sure you know what to do, but if not, here’s some rules, guidance & general etiquette: (Please remember to comment on a few other posts and add the badge to your linked post too.)
#1 Write to your hearts content & link it up or link an existing post, just remember to add the badge below or link back to The Dad Network :)
#2 Add your link by using the commonly found (& convenient) linky button. That will add your image and link to this post.
#3 Leave a comment on the hosts main blog post and on a few other links that tickle your fancy. Please comment on at least 2 posts for every 1 post you link up.
#4 Add the badge to the blogpost you have linked up.
#5 Don’t forget to tweet about it! #bigfatlinky
P.s I’m always happy to retweet your URL so send us a tweet once you’ve linked up – @thedadnetworkuk & remember #bigfatlinky