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from Blue Bumps - Parenting Boys

Twitter: @Bluebumpsworld

A blog by a 23-year-old pregnant mum of a toddler son, with another son on the way and a partner with two young boys from a previous marriage. Read on to find out more about Blue Bumps World and this...


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Tackling the baby goods industry, one everyday item at a time.

from Confessions of a Failed Breastfeeder

Breastfeeding: Navigating a minefield of prejudice, pre-conceptions and propaganda


wearingthedaddypants

Baby wearing Dad

from Wearing the Daddy Pants

Twitter: @The_Daddy_Pants

It's a blog about attachment parenting & fatherhood written by a marketing geek with a love for music & the gym. My wife exclusively breastfeeds & we're pro baby-wearing! I don't own a...


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Almost Went Bankrupt

from Ask The Shepherdess

Twitter: @askshepherdess

This blogger's steering her readers towards an alternative parenting and education.


here we are together

Family Bead Bunting and Deciding to be Happy

from Here We Are Together

Miri's mum of Emi, George and Arthur and wife to Anthony. She's homeschooling her children the Waldof way and believes in peaceful parenting, reading stories and going on adventures.


Adopt and Keep Calm

‘How lovely to have a chatterbox'

from Adopt and Keep Calm

This blogger's writing about the ups and downs of life with her adopted son.


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Introducing... Qalballah

from My So Called Life (and other lies)

Twitter: @Qalballah

She's a homeschooling, homesteading, environmentally friendly, crafty Muslim mama from the UK.


A Little Bit Green

Fallen off the face of the Earth..

from A Little Bit Green

How to be a green parent when you can't really be bothered


Not A Typical Mom

The Dating Game

from Not A Typical Mom

One new mom's crusade against all things mommy. Becoming a mom doesn't cement the need for baby blue elephants, butch haircuts, and mini vans. Let's re-write the rules for the modern parent together.


psychologymum

Should summer-born premature children be allowed to stay back a year?

from Psychologymum

Twitter: @FayeCarlisle1

Discusses topics relevant to parents such as attachment, discipline and language development with an emphasis on psychological research.