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Parenting on the Front Line

#FailFriday - March 2014

from Parenting on the Front Line

Twitter: @ParentFrontLine

This interactive blog is all about parenting fails and victories. In this blog, winning the parenting war is more important than winning every battle. So join a group of parents on the front line.


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Focus

from ChangeParenting

Twitter: @ChangeParenting

Helping parents transition through change successfully


Helen Gentle

Cardiff National Museum

from Home School Happy

Twitter: @NelHSH

To provide a complete parental toolkit which: develops key educational skills, provides a rich range of educational subject activities, recommends realistic and effective resources and links these to...


nourishing buttons

4 Discovered Truths On My Path To Consciousness

from nourishingbuttons

Natural family care, nutrition, starting a business... Documenting a journey which started with the traumatic birth of my first child.


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from Young Adventurers - Home Education

Home education / home schooling blog about children's books, literacy, teaching your child to read and anything else that combines learning and fun.


Inadequate mummy

Well we weren't expecting that…….

from inadequate mummy

Twitter: @inadequatemummy

Flying, bad cooking, squidgy Jellybabies & the road to Adoption. Me: Part-time trolley dolly, bad cook, easily confused, sometimes frazzled but completely smitten new mummy to Jellybaby who I've...


My Little Fox Cubs

Building Resilience

from My Little Fox Cubs

This blogger's an adoptive mum who's writing about adoption and attachment disorder in the UK.


handsonparenting

Teeth Cleaning Help!

from Hands on Parenting Blog

Twitter: @handsonparent

A blog written by the childcare consultants at Hands on Parenting, covering many topics relating to children and families.


babycalm

Cherish Your Dreams with the Best Crib Mattress

from BabyCalm

Twitter: @babycalmclasses

BabyCalm explores the first three years of life - and it never sits on the fence.


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A 10 Step Approach to Create an Attachment Toolkit for Parents Dealing with a...

from Sheila's Blog

From Proximity to Availability. How a child's attachment relationship evolves as they grow from infanthood to middle childhood and beyond.