Today’s keyword for the #mummyphotoaday photo challenge, July day 23, is “goodbye”.

Today was the kiddies last full day at their current school. They’ve had to say #goodbyeto some kiddies already but tomorrow morning is the final wave. It’s so hard, because as parents we’ve made the decision to move schools, but we know they’ll excel in the new school. We know it’s what they need and to top it off it’s a few minutes walk from our new house!

We’ve walked off our emotions this evening, also trying to cool off a bit. It was nice to get the dogs out after the sun had gone in. They haven’t asked many questions, Noah did have a cry because he had to say goodbye to his best girl friend. But he knows he’ll see his friends again.

This time of year is so difficult- especially for those moving onto a different school. Fingers crossed for a smooth day tomorrow 🙌🏻. #mummyphotoaday

July day 23 photo challenge

Here are the July prompts as a reminder, I would love for you to join in. Take a look at the photos that have been uploaded so far #mummyphotoaday.

July photo prompts Mummy Constant

I love seeing all of the variety of photographs each month. There’s nothing better than a photo challenge. I love the subjective element to the photo challenge too. Everyone’s perspective of the theme is different. It has made me smile seeing all of the images so far. Thank you so much for the support in my latest adventure. We have been doing this photo challenge for over a year now and I have kept persevering even when we have had quiet months! Thank you to everyone that’s joined in and I am looking forward to seeing all of the new images this month…

Get the right tags

In order to join in with the July photo challenge, you will need to use the hashtag #mummyphotoaday. . Other people that are joining in will be able to find your photos too by using the hashtag, which makes the community a nicer place to be. You could also link to @mummyconstant if you want to. That way I can comment and like the photos quicker!

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Last Update: Wednesday, 24th July 2019