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Blog Awards are a Busy Business

from Mama.ie | Adventures in Parenting

Twitter: @mamadotie

When I became a parent, the biggest shock to my system was that it didn't matter how many parenting books I read - my baby hadn't read the books! My blog is all about our adventure


Limitless_You

Lessons From The Baby Show

from Limitless_You

Twitter: @limitless_you

A blog about natural childbirth and the mind/body connection.


Orli, Just Breathe

Copenhagen weekend with kids

from Orli, Just Breathe

Twitter: @orli_hidai

You either laugh or you cry. Laughing's better. A blog about life, parenting, OA and special needs children.


Tiger Mama

When life gets bittersweet

from Tiger Mama

Twitter: @tigermama_org

Tiger Mama blogs about: Progressive Parenting | Society, Politics & Equality | Family Life, Poetry & Journaling


If Only They'd Told Me

Car seat safety

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.


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ordinary mum, extraordinary mission – a review and a giveaway!

from desert mum

Food, family, creativity, music, God stuff, trying to cling on amidst the haze of nappies and tantrums.


Downs Side Up

Would you Micro-chip your child?

from Downs Side Up

Twitter: @downssideup

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


Mummy Whisperer

How, why and what on earth is ‘Loving yourself'?

from Mummy Whisperer

Twitter: @MummyWhisperer

A blog full of stories, hints and tips, plus questions to get Mums thinking about their lives and families. Lisa is all about the Mum and how important it is for a Mum to enjoy being a Mum, rather...


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School run? Unready.

from cogito ergo mum

Twitter: @cogitoergomum

Thinking a little more. Doing a little less.


helenreal

Hot Chocolate Loving

from Let Boys Be Boys

Twitter: @Helen3boys

I love boys! I feel passionately that boys are often expected to behave like girls and I want to let my boys be real boys. This is our family's journey in raising our boys to be strong, courageous...