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The Ramblings of A Formerly Rock'n'Roll Mum

Staying Mum

from The Ramblings of A Formerly Rock'n'Roll Mum

Twitter: @Sonyacisco

Mum to a teen, a tween and a toddler. Bass player. Biscuit addict. Book worm. Old Punk. Perfecting the art of effortless idiocy since 1973.


Cloud Cuckoo

Campaign Supernova and an Oasis in a Sea of Hostility

from Cloud Cuckoo - small business BIG Life

Twitter: @vaartarebecca

Celebrating inspiring small business ventures that are based around passion and lifestyle choices.


Tourette Mama

I think I can. I think I can...

from Tourette Mama

Wife, mother of 2 children, one with Tourette syndrome, Christian and author of contemporary childrens' books dealing with realistic and social issues. Searching for sanity within a world of insanity.


How Life Is Now

Issues with feeding a newborn

from How Life Is Now

Twitter: @howlifeisnow

My experiences as a London Mum having become pregnant for the first time at the end of my thirties.


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First thrifty post of the New Year!

from Budget Mom

Twitter: @BudgetHogan

£25 weekly budget to feed a family of three & 4 animals.. This is my journey to a debt free life.


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Weigh in, weight loss, weigh less - Week 4

from mama wears me

Twitter: @mamawearsme

Tales of a breastfeeding, babywearing, photographing, tea drinking, book reading, never sleeping mama


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How's The Content of Your Character?

from How Do You Think It's Done?

Life lessons to make your journey easier.


HomelessMummy

We need your coats

from Homeless Mummy

Twitter: @HomelessMummy

Her story of her family becoming homeless and how they cope.


Quite like that

from Quite Like That

Twitter: @theafolly

Chaser of rabbits, wearer of vintage couture, collector of elephants. Swoons at an Irish accent. Oh, did I mention single mother to 5 kids? No?


Soila

Dating after Divorce

from Child Therapist

Twitter: @hlpchildrencop

parenting, children, divorce, loss and bereavement, pre-teens, behaviour problems