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Flaunt Your Haunt

from this day I love

Taking a positive from each day and capturing those precious Mummy moments


Something From Nothing Tuna Cous Cous Cakes

from clairetop

Blogging in the extreme with a cat and my family thrown in for good measure. This parenting reality has never seemed so strange. - See more


All my Children Hear is Blah! Blah! Blah!

from turningtwicetwenty

My blog started out as a coping mechanism in the run up to turning 40, but now I am 40, I post on a wide variety of subjects (particularly parenthood, children and ageing!) in a lighthearted, observa...

Put Up With The Rain


from Put Up With Rain

Twitter: @jessikart

Musings, thoughts, music, depression, children, ferrets, wine and Ed Balls.


Having a bit of a tough time


Twitter: @dadbloguk

Father of two young girls writing about parenting from the dad's perspective. Funny and thought provoking in equal measure, he highlights the gender barriers fathers face.


Meal Planning Monday #3

from The Dusty Attic Blog

A parent lifestyle blog, following our little brood as we go from a family of 3 to a family of 4. Plus the cat! Based in Carlisle

mum and baby

it turned out to be an 8 incher – again

from A Mum's Internal Monologue

Twitter: @amumsim

This blog is by a thirtysomething woman who's often not loving living in London. She's a new mum and an even newer stay-at-home mum, who scrambles through her day with a head full of "stuff&quot...


Dear Aisling Kelly (aged 25)


a mother of 3 young boys, blogging about poo, post-baby vags and other beautiful aspects of parenting and domestic slavery


I'm an ambassador for ‘From Babies With Love'

from Raising the Rings

Family, parenting, lifestyle.. and occasional rants!

Carmel Harrington

Competitions on Facebook, Twitter and Goodreads!

from Carmel Harrington

Twitter: @happymrsh

Author, Playwright, Freelance Journalist, Blogger. I love to write. In between my real job of being Mrs H and Mummy H to my little H's.