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cr8v-design.blogspot.co.uk

Our Life Lately in Pictures

from cr8v-design.blogspot.co.uk

Twitter: @BrigidVisser

Full-time Mummy, badass breastfeeder, staying creative while staying at home. Blogging @ http://www.cr8v-design.blogspot.co.uk


Baby Changed Me

Facebook for Mummies

from Baby Changed Me

Twitter: @babychangedme

This blogger's just had a baby, she's into fashion and she's writing about being a new mother.


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I'm back! Day out - Tredegar Park

from Stitch N Ting

Twitter: @j4d3

A dreadlocked twentysomething hippy blogging about craft, food, tattoos, pregnancy and everything in between.


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Are You Subscribing To My New Blog?

from PLUS 2.4

Twitter: @plus2point4

Seasoned blogger Alison gives advice on breastfeeding and writes about bringing up her three children and what it's like to be a pagan parent.


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All Change (and a brief BritMums Live post)

from Amanda's Patch

Twitter: @amandaspatch

This blogger writes about life with Endometriosis, setting up a home and having a baby. She blogs with honesly about life's ups and downs.


Mumdanity

When Life Takes Away Your Lemons

from Mumdanity

Twitter: @mumdanity

One Australian mum's journey through parenthood - the good bits, the bad bits and all the madness in-between


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Pregnancy Skincare Routine

from Clare-Louise xo | Baby | Beauty | Lifestyle

A lifestyle blog where I like to share about all things pregnancy, baby, beauty and lifestyle.


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Tackling the baby goods industry, one everyday item at a time.

from Confessions of a Failed Breastfeeder

Breastfeeding: Navigating a minefield of prejudice, pre-conceptions and propaganda


Respectable breast spectacle

Inspiring ABM Conference #ABMConf14

from Respectable Breast Spectacle

My experiences in public breastfeeding


Expecting Together

Want to know why men don't use family services? Start with how you think about...

from Expecting Together

Twitter: @jeszemma

This blog follows Jeszemma and her partner through their first pregnancy together, looking specifically at the inequalities and polarisation of parents.