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KateMason

First day back after the holidays

from Castles in The Clouds and Childcare

This blogger won't stop until her quest to control the childcare is delivered or at least worked towards.


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Oh Bhalle Bhalle!!

from Musings of a Mum

Thoughts on parenting, working mothers and being a woman.


Mummy notes

Sprogzilla is Two!

from Mummy Notes

Twitter: @mummynotes

A blog by a Becky, a SAHM mum with a young son who's sharing her thoughts on life, the universe and parenting.


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Weibo - What Do You Know About It?

from How Safe Are Social Networking Sites?

This is a useful blog full of research into children's safety on social networking sites. Liz reviews different websites in terms of how safe they are for children to use and what kind of privacy...


mother wife me

from Mums Make Lists

Twitter: @LuciMcQ

Simple tips for busy mums, tried and tested by busy mums...


henleymum

Should children be seen and not heard?

from Henley Mum

A blog about the art of parenting by a mum of two teenagers living in Henley. After nearly fifteen years of parenting, this mum knows a thing or two about bringing up children and wants to share her...


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Summer time and the living is easy...

from Mum on The Run from The School Run

A blog about what happens when kids fall out, parents intervene, the kids make up but the parents don't. What do you do when bullying breaks out in the playground, but it's the parents doing the...


Cheryl Anne Ferguson

Home is where the Heart is

from Number Five

A blog about anything and everything, from breastfeeding to daily trials and life-changing experiences.


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Unfussy toddler!

from Mum of Fussy Eater

With another baby on the way, and a fussy eating toddler, this mum's blog tracks her toddler's problematic eating and dishes the dirt on any solutions she finds.


Joyful Parenting

from Joyful Parents

Kathy blogs about spiritual parenting and gives advice on how to diffuse those stressful moments where parents and children don't see eye to eye.