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Triathlon

from Not All Glamour

A weekly blog on parenting and its current calamities.


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Memories of childhood toys

from Future Writer Extraordinaire

Twitter: @MrsKwazii

Mrs Kwazii is a woman with two daughters and opinions on...everything. Drop by for a natter.


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Budget Jones on…

from Budget Jones

Twitter: @Budget_Jones

The life and times of Budget Jones, single working mum extraordinaire with SOH intact. Just.


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Pregnancy surprise

from Mama Says

Twitter: @mamasaysblog

This blogger reveals the lighter way to enjoy motherhood, and a magpie's eye for all things bright and beautiful. Even if they do come from the Early Learning Centre.


Tabby B

two rather large administrative errors

from Me and Tabby B

Twitter: @daisy_ella

Meet Daisy: 22, single and mother to Tabby B. Though this has its challenges, she's finding single parenting the best experience of her life.


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Feelin' hot hot hot!

from Life and Times of a Modern Mummy

Twitter: @Lexxity

Tune in to this modern mummy's blog to read about life with her two small boys and find out just how many prams it takes to make a pramaholic.


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Sarson's Cookery School – A Vinegar Kick to 3 Traditional Recipes and a Fun Day...

from Motherhood Diaries Global Magazine for Parents

Twitter: @https://twitter.com/#!/M_Diaries

Motherhood Diaries aims to be a one-stop of information on real stories, issues and solutions relating to parenting.


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from PR Mummy

Twitter: @Clairewill

Covering everything and anything 'working mum' / 'mummy' related. The highs and lows of having a career and a 14 month old.


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from Love Rocks Life

Twitter: @FrankieL21

This 20-year-old fashion student's trying to get a business off the ground, while bringing up baby. Life is hectic, but she wouldn’t change it for the world.


Joyful Parenting

from Joyful Parents

Kathy blogs about spiritual parenting and gives advice on how to diffuse those stressful moments where parents and children don't see eye to eye.