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The Perils of Being Third

from 3 Children and It

Twitter: @3childrenandit

This blogger's mum to three children and one loveable pooch. She blogs about daily life, her thoughts and struggles with parenting.


Midwife becomes Mum

Silent Sunday

from Midwife becomes Mum

Twitter: @Roxy_xxxx

A journey of the professional to the seasoned Mum.


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..and the winner is.. Conchita Wurst – Rise Like a Phoenix

from Just another lemontree

A blog about nothing and everything.. Hope you like it.


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Week 20 of 2014

from 92three30

Twitter: @ericahughes

For families with school age children


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Mums List (10th-16th May) and Word of The Week. Out With The Old....

from 3 princesses and 1 dude

join our journey, me and 3 princesses and my little dude, as we learn, have fun and enjoy being children and have great fun being a mummy!


[Insert Future Here]

The sublime, the ridiculous, the meowing of the National Anthem…

from [Insert Future Here]

Twitter: @jennibriscoe

A brutally honest depiction of a young journalist's unexpected stumble into parenthood, episiotomy stories and all.


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Word of the Week 16/05/14

from TeenTweenToddler

Twitter: @courjorh

I am a SAHM to A teen, tween and toddler. Blogging mostly about my children with a few extra bits and bobs thrown in for good measure!


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A good week

from Abe's Adventure

Twitter: @abes_adventure

Abe Astur is a little boy with a form of cerebral palsy called spastic diplegia. His family are taking him on his Adventure to America - to get his legs fixed!


MilkWithTwo

Safer schools- knife crime and how to detect it without knife arches.

from MilkWithTwo

Twitter: @KnightWilliams

My weekly blog looks at issues faced by parents, teachers and students. Offering practical advice which is child-centered.


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Apologies

from Raising Them

As a mum to two ( a 28weeker son and a term daughter ) and a wife to my One... residing in Yorkshire. This is the view from where I stand...