Family Frolics: Kerry's Legacy

What would you like to be remembered for?

For me it would be as a devoted mummy, someone who treasured their family and did everything she could for her child; to make them happy and have a lifetime of happy memories.

A bit like this lady really!

Family Frolics A Legacy

I think that there is nothing more fitting for Kerry's last post than to read about her Family Frolics at Peppa Pig World; to see her beaming face, the giggles from the twins, a grin coaxed from BB via a mummy tickle, the fun and laughter that they had as a family. The wonderful memories of that family day out will be something that I'm sure her family hold dear, and I have often looked back on that post during the past year when I have wanted to remember her vibrancy, her love of life and her family.

And so I come to Kerry's legacy, what the 'Family Frolics' linky was all about and what I think she would love to be remembered for; celebrating family life.

Thank you Kerry for reminding me that family time is all that matters.

Family Frolics

This post has been written in remembrance of Multiple Mummy who died on 14th December 2012; deeply missed.

The 'Family Frolics' blog-hop below will remain open until Friday 27th December. It would be great if you could join in to show Kerry is not forgotten and that her love of family life had a lasting impact on others.



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Comments

  1. says

    Wonderful post and Peppa Pig World is a perfect choice. I remember reading Kerry's post from there like it were yesterday. So pleased you organised this blog hop and I'm thrilled to join in and remember Kerry today and always.

  2. says

    What an emotional but lovely post. We too love Peppa Pig World. I never had the pleasure of knowing Kerry but I can tell she is greatly missed and has a whole lot of friends who help her legacy live on. Honoured to join in with this blog hop. Thank you xx

  3. says

    I remember Family Frolics :) what a lovely tribute. I can't believe it's been a year. I think about her a lot and especially when Britmums and the MADs come around or when I see Science sparks post something.

  4. says

    Hi The Boy and Me,
    what a superb family centred way of remembering her lasting legacy. Thank you have linked up. Couldn't face starting it at 1:30 a.m. last night but have made it a priority this morning xxxxxxxxxxx

  5. says

    This is a wonderful linky and tribute to a woman who meant so much to us. I have really enjoyed reviewing our year and am so proud of what we have done too. I think Kerry is looking down on us all and is smiling broadly.
    Much love xx

    Karin

  6. says

    This has been so hard for me to read and write, I know what is coming next and I cannot bear to think about it x Miss you Kerry, look after my little girl please x

  7. Leanne Harding says

    I didn't realise all you wonderful bloggers were doing a blog hop in honour of Kerry this weekend and as one of her closest friends it was a nice surprise after a tearful weekend and so lovely to see that it is not just her family and friends who held her in such high regard. She was everything you describe and so so much more. Thank you all for doing this!!

  8. says

    sorry for not commenting before i was finding it hard to know what to say. i will write something and link up – just didnt have time all weekend was having some family time!!!
    i think of her and her family often and this is a lovely tribute to mark a year since she was sadly taken away x x

  9. says

    Family frolics was a linky I always wanted to join in with, but never really got round to doing it. Kerry's death brought it home to me about how precious life is and how we should make the most of it. This is a great way to remember Kerry and I've linked up a post in honour of a lovely lady taken too soon.

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  1. […] Kerry was the sort of Mum most of us aspire to be more like. She relished family life, and was quite simply, a beautiful person. If you'd like to find out more about Kerry, what happened, and her legacy, you can visit her family's Just Giving page, but for today I'm posting a photo of my family having fun together – which is just as Kerry would have wanted. Other families are joining in here. […]

  2. […] Just for this week, in remembrance of Kerry, any indoor or outdoor family fun posts carrying the Family Frolics logo are most welcome to join this Linky. There is also a Blog Hop for Family Frolics organised by The Boy and Me  […]

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