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Hollie McNish is brilliant!

from Babyhood

Twitter: @babyhoodfilm

This project was born out of my experience of having my baby, and how much it made me question myself and everything i thought was normal.


queenoffaff

Trampolines and sycamore seeds

from Queen of Faff

Twitter: @Jen_Jones_

This is a blog by a former secret writer, taking the leap into the public realm. It is one woman's musings on her world including posts about motherhood, coeliac disease and imperfect perfectionism.


21centuryfemmum

Thinking positive: 5 good news stories that you might have forgotten!

from Feminist Mum http://www.feministmum.co.uk

Twitter: @feministmumuk

As the daughter of feminists, I'm interested in how we, the next generation of mothers, are choosing to bring up our children.


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Goodbye Green Room..

from Roo's Jouney

a blog about my undiagnosed disabled son


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go your own way

from mama elsie : making it up as i go along

Moments, memories and mayhem in my multicultural London life. Schools, kids, books, afros, DiY...bring it!


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Smallprint Abu Dhabi

from Mum's Hideout

My musings on parenting, life in Abu Dhabi and ways to find little oases of calm in the midst of wonderfully chaotic family life.


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The Formula for a Happy Baby

from On Motherhood and What Fills The Gaps Inbetween

This blogger is working out how to reconcile her new feelings as a mum, with her past as a daughter.


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The life of a Slobby mum

from AshM

I write about my experiences as an undergraduate student parent at the University of Oxford (doing a language degree) amongst other things.


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Adventurous eating for the under-two

from What Have We Done

Looking for answers to that question every parent has asked themselves -- what have we done?!


Chatterblocks

SLI on Radio 4 with Dorothy Bishop

from Chatterblocks

Twitter: @chatterblocks

A blog about parenting a child with Specific Language Impairment (SLI). At least 3% of kids will have this unknown invisible disability.