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It's beginning to look a lot like Christmas!

from ExpatFamilyQ8

A UK Expat's take on things to do in Kuwait along with crafts, recipes and lunchbox ideas for at home.


Accidental Tai-Tai

The Diner review: family brunch on Arbuthnot Road

from Accidental Tai-Tai

Twitter: @accidental_tt

Expat life in Hong Kong and Shanghai... with a toddler in tow!


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Myths in bilingualism, raising our kids to speak another language

from Bilingual3mama

Blogging about raising bilingual kids to monolingual parents and mixed race issues, I.e hair care


ChristineReid

Fabulous gifts from Toxicfox - Reviewed

from alondontourist

Twitter: @chrismse1

A blog about interesting places visited and London. She uses photos she takes to make the blog more interesting.


Expat Explorers

Language barrier: learning English

from Expat Explorers

Twitter: @expatexplorers

This blog started as a diary for her children who have been dragged around the world most of their lives, and now offers independent holiday insights and travel advice for expats, intrepid explorers...


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Cheesy Biscuit Bites

from Jasmine & Ginger

Twitter: @jasmine_ginger

recipes, cooking, kid-friendly recipes, baking,


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All I want for Christmas is………………

from Everything but the Cabbage Stick

Twitter: @critcht80

This is a blog about our family life on the island of Jersey.


ComfortBites

Pork Belly Roasted with Garlic and Cider

from Comfort Bites

Twitter: @joromerofood

Comfort Bites is a food blog celebrating great comfort food that is designed to be eaten slowly. With news, reviews and recipes from all over the world.


asturian diary

Renovating Houses

from Asturian Diary

Twitter: @AsturianDiary

Reflections on expat family's life in rural Asturias, Spain. They're bringing up a bilingual and bi-cultural baby and blog on Spanish food and culture, veg growing, rock-climbing, travel en famille...


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The Writing Life Episode 13: Jo Baker

from Words Move Me

Twitter: @YBattleFelton

Reflections on raising a family, writing, and being me--a 42 year old, single mom who moved her family to the UK to pursue a PhD.