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Finger print cards

from Let kids be kids

In search of traditional childhood fun in a modern world. It's all about getting back to basics and letting children be children.

If Only They'd Told Me

The Baby Show 2016

from If Only They'd Told Me

Twitter: @jaclocki

These two New Zealand mums are writing far and wide in the land of parenting, covering everything from pregnancies to nannies.


One after school activity too many


Twitter: @dadbloguk

Father of two young girls writing about parenting from the dad's perspective. Funny and thought provoking in equal measure, he highlights the gender barriers fathers face.

Nurturing Mums

How one ex-Nurturing Mum started her own business…

from Nurturing Mums blog

Twitter: @nurturingmumsuk

We provide practical tips and advice for new mums, trying to make things that little bit easier and more enjoyable!


So far so good

from The diary of a happiness hunter

family life; trying to be positive in the face of life's challenges; observations; ramblings.


Making a difference: how you can sponsor an orphan overseas

from Mummy Alarm

This mum's writing a blog to share her experiences of her biggest adventure so far - parenting. She's a thoughtful and engaged blogger who wants to discuss the hot topics and debates around parenting.


Mom's Mondays: Timeless (Guest Blogger)

from My Little Keepers

Being Montessori teacher and having my first baby this summer inspired me to start my own blog and write about motherhood and my projects.

The world according to Izzie

Win a set of Christian Lacroix Correspondence Cards

from The World According to Izzie

Twitter: @izzieanderton

I share my home with teenagers, nothing else scares me.


Social Media and my child

from Diary of a Doting Mom

Twitter: @shyvish

A place where I talk about bringing up my daughter and also a creative outlet for my fiction.

Downs Side Up

Hairdressing Tips for Kids with Special Needs

from Downs Side Up

Twitter: @downssideup

This blogger's hoping to gently change the perception of Down's Syndrome from within hearts.