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An Aside: Privates on Parade - balancing confidentiality and openness in the...

from A Journey Into Adoption

A blog charting our personal story from first considering adoption as a possible route for us to create our own family through to approval, eventual placement and beyond.


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Silent Sunday 25th May 2014

from An Exeter Mum

Twitter: @anextermum

All things local with a bit of craft thrown in. Mum to a boy who is deaf with Charge Syndrome, this blogger also draws on her experience in raising a child with special needs.


allergybabe

Auto Injectors – Current Issues

from allergybabe

Twitter: @allergybabe

How to conquer food allergies. Covering recipes, research and everyday stuff for a happy free from life.


autismum

Drowning Doesn't Look Dramatic

from Autismum

Frank and honest blog about life with a severely autistic child that doesn't shy away from debate by a nerdy mammy.


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An end of a ting.

from adadcalledspen

Not a journalist or a writer, just a dad to two amazing children. I blog about parenting, divorce and Life. The good, the bad and the ugly.


An English Girl's Home

Life lessons #231: Always make sure you can get it up the @£$%^&#*! stairs

from An English Girl's Home

Twitter: @becsgardner

Real women, in real homes, with real style


Adopt and Keep Calm

‘How lovely to have a chatterbox'

from Adopt and Keep Calm

This blogger's writing about the ups and downs of life with her adopted son.


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Dear Alex, So Proud of Our Son...

from Anecdotes Of A Manic Mum

Twitter: @manicmum4

This mother of four manages French life with five chickens, three cats, four ducks, a toad, a dog and some way-out-of-control badgers.


Awesome Parenting Is Not What I Do

The Many-Pronged Attack Of The Squeak

from Awesome Parenting Is Not What I Do

Twitter: @NoAwesomeParent

A hopefully funny chronicle of my numerous fails in parenting.


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Peek-a-boo!

from A Quick Succession of Busy Nothings

This blog is written by an American living in England. She followed her husband across the pond to Oxfordshire and took their busy toddler too.