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Spurtle Blog

Summer Holidays : Weeks 1, 2, & 3.

from Spurtle Blog

Twitter: @spurtleblog

A snapshot of my life with my husband and our two girls.


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Lighten or remove black spots on elbows with natural remedies

from Care for children and Women issues

Wellness blog for baby health care, mom wellness, conception guidelines, information about alternative medicine and weight-loss tips and man


when you are that woman

WYSIWYG

from When You Are That Woman

Twitter: @lucebrett

A mother charts the experience of parenting a second child after severe PND with the first.


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If your name's not down…

from Three Principles Blog

Stories, interviews and musings on innate wellbeing. Warning: this blog could change your life (in a really good way)


Constantly Trying to keep up with Dementia

You can't make it up...

from Constantly Trying to keep up with Dementia

Twitter: @CTrying

Looking after young husband with dementia, three girls and a dog - or should I say trying to...


PsychoMama

Just me and Isla

from PsychoMama

An honest account of parenthood from a 30-something mama-of-one, a former journalist now training as a clinical psychologist.


Child & Adolescent Mental Wellbeing

Self Harm

from Child & Adolescent Mental Wellbeing

Raising awareness of child and adolescent mental health. Offering advice, support and chat to those affected.


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Just popping by .......

from Mummy Going Slowly Mad

Twitter: @hiddensecretme

These are the thoughts of working mum who's struggling with depression and the terrible twos and writing about it honestly in this here blog.


motherfirst

Off to work … to the wrong one

from motherfirst

Twitter: @motherfirst1

About giving up a corporate career - the resulting new life - life work imbalance - and also my struggle with secondary infertility.


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Monday Parenting Pin-It Party #54

from Romanian Mum in London

Twitter: @romanianmum

A mum who's using blogging to battle her depression and develop a sense of belonging.