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Open letter to Alfie- 16month update

from EmmaAndAlfiesWorld

Twitter: @emmaandalfie_91

I am a mummy blogger, talking mostly about my son Alfie and all his achievements.


(aspiring) Domestic Goddess Mommy

Your Monday Minute – Go Ahead and Bother Someone!

from Affirmative Thought

Twitter: @tamaravellozzo

A blog supporting mothers in their question to retain or regain their self-identity after having children.


Emma Clark Lam

In a bit of a pickle...

from Emma Clark Lam

Twitter: @EmmaClarkLam

A blog about any snippet, trend or story that catches Emma's attention. From culture shock in Bali to getting hooked on Twitter and women feeling confident enough to call themselves a 'mummy' in the...


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When even muffins fail – disappointment at the school gate

from Mahoganysoup

Twitter: @wishstorm

This blogger feels she's in a rut - follow her as she attempts to dig herself out.


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IN THE LAP OF HIMALAYAS: FOLLOW YOUR DREAMS

from Rediscover Your Dreams

It's a blog of a common guy stuck in daily chores dream to travel the world..


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Needing to be needed!

from mousermummy

Ramblings of a former teacher, now mummy to 2 boys!


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Blueberry tart

from shirleeandjaneeatsurrey

Twitter: @eatsurrey

Fabulous foodie reviews of independent cafes,restaurants,farm shops and local producers in surrey


The Complaining Cow

Everything You Need to Know About Your Water Supply

from The Complaining Cow

Twitter: @complainingcow

How to make, prevent and deal with complaints effectively and positively


Oyster and Pearl

Forbidden fruit

from Oyster & Pearl

Twitter: @oysterpots

Meet Lottie: cake-baker, art-lover, word nerd, mother, feminist, flaneur, and drinker of flowery cocktails. She's a Bristol mum who lives with husband and two sons.


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Trying to cope with my boys first week at school

from Cracked nails & Split ends.

Twitter: @tanyahindes

All of my musings and interests, on beauty, and daily household items