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DiamondsandDaisychains

Start with a pair of black skinnies

from Diamonds And Daisychains

Twitter: @DiamondDaisycha

Website for women, mothers and wives who lead crazy, chaotic, wonderful lives!


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Getting Caught Up

from Maternal Dementia

Twitter: @MDTaz

Thoughts and commentary about the paradox of motherhood (loving her children but not loving the train wreck they've made of her life), about living and working abroad (an American in Paris), the wild...


raising jonah

Seeing stars – on feeling dazed by a health service that assumes parents are...

from Raising Jonah

Twitter: @reprobatemum

Fresh young London-based working mum advocates well fed, slow grown, unentertained kids, with a healthy dose of putting yourself first


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Creating a Dream Board

from Fancy Free Nancy

Twitter: @nancyfancyfree

We can work together and share ideas and advice so we can have a fun filled life after an empty nest. Follow my journey, comment, share.


Mama Marmalade

Suicide. The awful word that must be spoken.

from Mama Marmalade

Twitter: @mamamarmalade

Funny aspects of Australians parenting four children in London.


All in One Mum

Guest Post: "I took him for a haircut..." by Caroline Saunders of The "Hood"...

from All in One Mum

Twitter: @AlisonDuveen

This South African blogger's writing about her family, food, places she's travelled and things she gets up to in the UK.


Helen Wade

The “Bull***t Olympics”

from Helen Wade

Twitter: @HelenWade

Television journalist morphs into over-anxious, older, mother of two. Musings on life as a bilingual chatterbox and choral conductor.


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Newton's First Law Of Parenting

from Science of Parenthood

Illustrated humor blog that uses math and science concepts to "explain" parenting situations. Einstein's mum would have loved us.


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Boys V Girls? Vive La Difference

from What We Did Next: Sic Transit Gloria Mummy

Twitter: @EmilyH71

Reflections on the complex world of modern motherhood, by a journalist and mother-of-three


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A pound for a pound

from Mum first, doctor second

Having been a doctor for the last 10 years, I thought I was pretty well-placed to know everything-about-everything - I soon learnt being a mum is very different to being a doctor. However