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21 things I want you to know about a down syndrome diagnosis, by Ange Longbottom

from The Forever Years

A blog to encourage the heart of parents and caregivers and raise awareness of child advocacy issues.


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Be excited

from the Hope diaries

Twitter: @Caiobhe

I want to connect with others who are working out the intersections of life and faith, and justice and broken washing machines and children.


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Warning: includes reference to people which some may find upsetting…

from fielsted

Twitter: @fielsted

Thoughts about the things that matter to me and my family. For me this means the welfare state, social policy, education, poverty, politics


The Owl and the Accordion

latest loves #1

from The Owl and the Accordion

Twitter: @OwlandAccordion

Arts, crafts, parenting, activism, ethical living and thrifting.


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On Daffodils and the Elephant in the Room, by Sarah Wilson

from The Forever Years

A blog to encourage the heart of parents and caregivers and raise awareness of child advocacy issues.


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£1m boost for Yorkshire Air Ambulance new helicopter

from Charity Today

We promote the news of charities and many good causes, including those of many ill children.


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Spiced Plum Jam & Plum Chutney, perfect for cheese and charcuterie boards

from Fair Trade Living

Twitter: @fairtradelivin

Cooking, creating and blogging about Fair Trade.


We Go With Him

Tippy, We're Not in Jersey Anymore

from We Go With Him

Twitter: @autismvox

We Go With Him chronicles our journey caring for, living with and for, and loving our severely autistic teenage son.


Vicky Myers

Is there a place for printed magazines in the modern world?

from Vicky Myers Creations

Twitter: @vickymcreations

I am a sewer and crafter. I have been experimenting lately with sewing and pattern making focussing on recycled bags.I am interested in the environment, the concept of self-sufficiency and green...


Biscuit Poetry

Flapjack Jon

from Biscuit Poetry

Twitter: @biscuitpoetry

The Biscuit Poets meet every week to drink tea and write a collaborative poem about a different packet of biscuits. They have all had a brain injury. Read their poems - and leave a comment to make...