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How to be a Domestic Disgrace

When time goes too fast

from How to be a Domestic Disgrace

Twitter: @LisaJarmin

Self confessed slummy mummy writes about poor housekeeping, bad DIY attempts, slack parenting and general slovenliness.


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Parent = unreliable worker

from Wiltshirelass

Twitter: @lauragmayrag

Modern day mum who's started taking some risks.


Hugzilla

Seven Rookie Errors I Made as a First-Time Parent

from Hugzilla

Want back-slapping inspirational memes, perfectly-styled craft activities and sugar-coated mythologies about motherhood as the ultimate form of martyrdom? Want back-slapping inspirational memes,...


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I get the best seat on the train.

from A Little Bit of Wisdom in Every Box...

Twitter: @fakesamburnett

One guy's fight with verbal dysentery - watch the shame.


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Motor Skills Development – A Guest Post from Bethan Williams

from The Tiny Tots

Twitter: @TheTinyTotsBat

The blog is my reflection on the topics, that have been talked about at the mothers groups.


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Haberman's Exciting New Feeding Bottle…and other products!

from The Baby Spot

A light-hearted look at our parenting adventures and topic discussions, from a mummy of one.


Rugrat Rodeos

Smiley Face

from Rugrat Rodeos

Twitter: @Rugrat_rodeos

Perfectly Imperfect Parenting: A comic look at my questionable parenting skills + Craft, kids' travel, lunchbox luxe, reward charts & more


Keeping Up With The Family

Electronic Holiday.

from Keeping Up With The Family

Twitter: @oldpoyntz

Working Mummy of two kids, a puppy and a husband.


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‘Make yourself a cake and avoid cooking yourself' – things not to say to a mum...

from Smalltimemum1

Twitter: @Littlemissevec

I blog about motherhood and the madness it can bring,gentle parenting,breastfeeding.lots of emphasis on mental health after having a baby.


Chatterblocks

Debate over SLI terminology - what do we call it?

from Chatterblocks

Twitter: @chatterblocks

A blog about parenting a child with Specific Language Impairment (SLI). At least 3% of kids will have this unknown invisible disability.