We Made That Linky #39

By | May 22, 2013

I really appreciate you all coming and linking up each week, but please remember this is a linky for KID FRIENDLY ITEMS!!  I know a lot of you do other things besides kid projects, but please only share your kid friendly items here.  THANKS!!!

And now it is time to see our featured posts from last week.

The Number one clicked on post was the Over 30 Toddler Themes Curriculum 2013-2014 by Sorting Sprinkles

 Here are a few of my favorites from last week that you should check out!

Chemo Cap by Peanut Life Adventures
Water Bead Science by Gift of Curiosity

If you were featured feel free to grab our featured button on the left.

Now lets get week two underway!
Linky Rules

1.) Follow us, it is only fair if  you are linking up!

2.) Link up Crafts, Recipes, and projects Made by or for Kids

3.) Do not link up Giveaways, Linkys, Hops, or Business.

4.) Visit other links and leave kind comments.

5.) Check back next week to see if you were featured!

To enter the linky just click below to add your post, please link directly to your post not to your blogs home page.

Also feel free to grab our button to spread the word about this linky.  And don’t forget to check out the linky’s Pintrest page.



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14 thoughts on “We Made That Linky #39

    1. Tracey Kite

      It is, I am so glad it is over and sad too! Hope it went well for you and that you have a fun and not so busy Summer!!

  1. Sorting Sprinkles

    Thank you for hosting Tracey! What an honor to be featured as number one clicked link! I proudly grabbed my “Featured” badge. Can’t wait to see what everyone will be linking up this week!

    1. Tracey Kite

      Thanks so much for sharing your awesome ideas with us each week! And thank you for grabbing the button!

  2. Barbara

    Thank you for hosting Tracy and for featuring my tulip krispie pops! Always a thrill to be featured.
    Wishing you a wonderful day.
    XO Barbara

    1. Tracey Kite

      Thanks for linking up Barbara! And those krispie pops look so pretty and I bet they are YUMMY! I want to do that for my girls!

  3. jmommymom

    My daughter is half way through her two years of chemotherapy. When she was first diagnosed she received a few caps similar to the one you featured and they were very appreciated. She wore them last summer and continues to wear them. Without hair she gets cold easier and they also protect her head from the sun. Thank you for featuring the cancer cap.

    1. Tracey Kite

      Oh Julie, I can not imagine how hard it is to go through what you are going through. I just love the idea of making the caps for the kids, I so wish I knitted so I could make some too, but I figured the least I could do was feature it and hope others would help too! Thanks for sharing yours and your daughters story with us. It is so sad when our babies get sick, but I am so glad she has the catheter out can have a more normal summer! Big Hugs!


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