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Ovary and out

What a difference a year makes…

from Ovary and out

Graphic designer, Breast Cancer at 30 and an overqualified housewife! The great highs, the depths of the lows and why at age 7 do I still have to remind my daughter to say please!


working mammy

Mother's Day 2015 – a day of celebration and reflection

from Working Mammy

Twitter: @Marrsyblog

General observations of a working mammy and stepmam who still likes to go out partying once in a while.


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On Mothers' Day

from The Flickerings

Twitter: @theflickerings

A feminist talking about pregnancy, miscarriage, and trying again.


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MOTHER'S DAY IN THE MIDDLE YEARS

from Liz Fraser

Twitter: @lizfraser1

Join parenting commentator Liz for funny, provocative tips on the trade. Oh, and dads and non-parents are welcomed with open arms too.


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Mothering Sunday and a reflection on motherhood.

from A World Without Wetwipes

Two key things sum up my ethos a) it’s all about survival (literally taking some days an hour at a time) and b) we are only human.


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How do you like your eggs Mummy ? Un-cracked darling , just like I want my...

from Smalltimemum1

Twitter: @Littlemissevec

I blog about motherhood and the madness it can bring,gentle parenting,breastfeeding.lots of emphasis on mental health after having a baby.


myweavingway

Mothering Sunday

from Weaving a way - multi-tasking with MS

Twitter: @samclements1

A mum, a medical student and eternal optimist bogging about multitasking with MS in the Midlands.


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Leadenhall Market: más de 2000 años de historia

from Mama London

Twitter: @mamalondn

Mama London targets all the Spanish speaking mums, dads and families living in London or planning to visit the Uk with kids.


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Driving Me Potty

from Jugglehood

I want to share my daily juggles, struggles and most of all cuggles, and give you an insight into my life in Jugglehood. Welcome.


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Up The Spout

from No! We do not put our shoes in our macaroni cheese.

Daily struggles with a boisterous toddling pet human.