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My first birthday

from domesstique

I blog about our travels, out and about . We love all that especially the inexpensive travels. But, I am more into the crafts and activities


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Reindeer Footprint Canvas

from My Country Girl Ramblings

Twitter: @country_ramblin

My space to write about the things I do, the food I cook and the others ramblings that I encounter on my journey as a wife and mother of two.


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Favourite thing about 2014

from El and Baby A

Twitter: @_ellenokeeffe

Im El, 22 year old, first time mom to baby Aidan. Blogging about my new parenting adventure.


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Where there's a Will, there's a way

from The not-so-secret diary of a self-employed mum

This blog is about the pleasures, perils and pitfalls of my journey from full-time mum to part-time corporate wunderkind…


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No More Babies?

from Grenglish

Twitter: @grenglishblog

An English woman juggles life with a big fat Greek family and a full-time job.


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You don't say…

from I think that's a gibbon

adventures in motherhood and other stories


Mumma Melio

My little fish - Club Championships 2014

from Mumma Melio

Twitter: @MelTinkFerrari

Mummy of 3 children, superhero at night, blogging about days out, family life and reviews.


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We have moved!

from Plutonium Sox

Twitter: @PlutoniumSox

I'm a work from home mum balancing a full time dog with two dogs, a cat and a baby. I'm also trying to fit in some training for a half marathon. I'm just blogging about the daily grind, trying to do...


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The hunt for my Christmas party outfit has begun

from Down the rabbit hole

Twitter: @dwnrabbithole

My blog talks about my life and my family. We are a real mix of traditional family and geeky , and different. I love Cath Kidson and pretties but I love to play computer games just as much.


mylifeonaknifeedge.blogspot.co.uk

Finding dignity in bereavement

from mylifeonaknifeedge.blogspot.co.uk

A blog about being a parent of two small children and living with the uncertainty of cancer