Welcome back to the weekly #funseekingkids round-up post. This is where I will share my  4 favourite photos linked up to mine and Susie’s (This Is Me Now) Instagram Community. If you missed the launch post and have no idea what I’m talking about you can read it here: #funseekingkids – A New Instagram Community.

This has been the final week of the holidays for many of us with one last weekend to go before the mayhem of school mornings returns and we have had some amazing pictures linked up as always. At the time of writing we are only 20 away from reaching 6,000! Keep them coming, I’m looking forward to seeing all the back to school shots next week and I’m sure there will be quite a few ‘first day of school’ pictures too. Here are my favourites from the past week:

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I’ve been wanting to visit Alnwick Castle for years now and this photo makes me want to go even more. Such a shame Helen’s daughter missed out on the broomstick training but from the look of this shot she didn’t need it. You can catch more from Helen on her blog Talking Mums.


These two look like they are having so much fun and the way Olive is looking at her big brother is gorgeous. You can catch more from Harriet on her blog Mummalummas.


I love the tender way that Natalie’s daughter is stroking her dog. They seem to be enjoying a quiet moment together dreaming of faraway things, so cute. You can catch more from Natalie on her blog Mum In Brum.


You all know I love a good action shot and these girls look like they are having so much fun splashing about in the sun.

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A big thank you to everyone who took part. You can check out Susie’s favourites over on her blog This Is Me Now. Please also click on the pictures and share the love by giving these amazing Instagramers a follow.

Finally, I wanted to share my favourite picture from Susie this week:

You really can’t beat a day at the beach. If only that sand didn’t get everywhere!

That’s all for this week, please keep adding #funseekingkids to all your pictures of your kids having fun, we are loving seeing them all. We’ll be back again next week with another four favourites each x

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6 thoughts on “#funseekingkids Week 22 Round-Up

  1. Love, love, love the doggy pic #ablogginggoodtime xx
    Hayley@ Mission: Mindfulness recently posted…5 Mindfulness-based Tips to Prepare Your Child for the 1st Day at Secondary SchoolMy Profile

    Posted on 31 August, 2017 at 10:23 pm
    1. It’s adorable isn’t it?!

      Posted on 4 September, 2017 at 7:29 am
  2. What gorgeous and fun pix! I will be joining in with the hashtag this week, if I manage to snap the kids doing something other than hitting each other 🤣. X #thelist

    Posted on 3 September, 2017 at 8:19 am
    1. Ha ha, if they’re having fun while hitting each other it still fits the theme 😂

      Posted on 4 September, 2017 at 7:43 am
  3. such beautiful pictures mine never look like that on instagram I need to think about my photos they look like they are having great fun though #thelistlinky
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    Posted on 4 September, 2017 at 9:21 pm
    1. Mine either! Don’t let that stop you joining in, for me it’s not about the highly polished finish, it’s about how much fun it looks like they’re having. Drop your Instagram handle here and I’ll take a look x

      Posted on 6 September, 2017 at 7:00 am