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We Go With Him

Working Papers

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.


Knitted Together

from Women for Refugee Women Blog

Twitter: @4refugeewomen

Read the stories of women from far and wide in this blog by Natasha Walter. Natasha's a journalist and campaigner who founded Women for Refugee Women to support women seeking asylum in the UK.


Kids with Asthma? Hiring A Nanny?

from SevenCanaries

Committed to creating non toxic, safe and healthy environments without compromising on function and design for mums and kids.


In defence of childcare providers

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


Lenten Reflections VI – ‘under the light of eternity things'

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.

The Owl and the Accordion

bloggers at home: kat got the cream

from The Owl and the Accordion

Twitter: @OwlandAccordion

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

Karen Ingala Smith

Can you give me a link to ‘Counting Dead Men'?

from Karen Ingala Smith

Twitter: @K_IngalaSmith

Feminism, male violence against women and children, infertility.


Why I should be the Tory poster gal (but I'm not).

from EmsyBlog

Twitter: @elphiemcdork

Loony lefty feminist talks about everything that falls out her brain.


Six design schemes to improve children's lives | Analysis | Design Week

from The Knee High Project

A scrap book of how the Knee High Project is developing.

A Rear Facing Family

60% of car seats are installed incorrectly!!

from A Rear Facing Family

Twitter: @ERFmama

An informative blog promoting Extended Rear Facing with the facts.