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Your Last Night

from How Mums Work

I am a young, single mama with two young girls. Attachment parent. Foodie. Creative writing. Working on things, new & nervous.


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My personal goals for 2014 – March Update

from Everyday Magical

Twitter: @everydaymagical

I am a work at home mum who is home educating her toddler.


How to be an Alpha Mum

Thursday 9th August 2013: Keswick

from How to be an Alpha Mum

Twitter: @lizhillier01

A working mum of two has given up trying to fit in with the 21st century stereotype yummy mummy and gives a candid and humorous account of her parenting experiences.


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Bobchat - three wheeled

from Little Super Sparks

Twitter: @lilsupersparks

Mum to two gorgeous little supersparks Harry (Bob) the toddler and Archie (Bear) the baby.


Motherventing

Bargain

from Motherventing

Twitter: @motherventing

Taking all the fluffy aspects of parenting and totally shitting all over them.


Nut Mums

Anaphylaxis: has your travel insurance got it covered?

from NutMums

Twitter: @nutmums

My 2 year-old son has a severe peanut allergy. I write about all things peanut and nut allergy related, from a parent's perspective.


why is her so stroppy?

Travelling to Florence, Italy, with an 11-year-old – bonding over pizza, shopp...

from Why is her so stroppy?

Twitter: @CheneKoscielny

A stroppy older mum’s reflections on parenting ­ after 10 years of hit-and-miss motherhood, gut-wrenching guilt, endless frustration. At 43, she’s finally found her voice (sort of.


SkintDad

A Visit to the National Debtline

from SkintDad

Twitter: @SkintDadUK

SkintDad is a parenting blog written from a Dad's perspective on a wide range of topics.


AnneBoyere

Red : Portrait

from The Tales of Mother Goutte

Tales about motherhood in general and breastfeeding in particular.


Something With The Kid

The Cat In The Hat came back

from Something With The Kid

Twitter: @somethingkid

to try and give ideas for things to do with your small children when you have totally run out of ideas.