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Attachment Mummy

The Freedom of a 1970s Summer

from Attachment Mummy

Twitter: @attachmentmumma

A parenting and family lifestyle blog covering a bit of everything!

alexander residence

5 unique wool items for your home

from Alexander Residence

Twitter: @Aresidence

Living creatively with kids.

Adventures of a tightwad dad

UK Telephone Code T-shirts from the 1990s. Another thing I chose to keep and...

from Adventures of a tightwad dad

Twitter: @neilmossey

I'm not an entrepreneur, or communist, hippy or journalist. I think I'm just a tightwad Dad.


The Album Collection: #26 – New Order, Music Complete

from All That's Left

Twitter: @all_thats_left_

A blog that takes a look at politics, music, sport and life in general.


‘Clay' by David Pollard

from And Other Poems

And Other Poems is simply an uncluttered blog of poems featuring the work of over 250 contemporary poets writing in English.


#tastytuesdays 106

from Anyonita Nibbles

Anyonita Nibbles is primarily a food blog, concerned with providing my readers with flavorful, easy-to-follow recipes for the family.


Win £30 Parcel2Go Free Delivery Credit

from Adventures of a Novice Mum

My blog is about my experiences and learning as a new mum, a record of my thoughts and adventures for my little one, an encouragement to others on their life's journey, an exciting opportunity to...

All about U...

Effective Ways To Create The Home That You Want

from All about U

Twitter: @rebecca_aau

A little lifestyle blog about life as a stay-at-home mummy, my life, thoughts and baking and crafts.

a frog at large

A Short Guide to French Music {day six}

from A Frog at Large

Twitter: @afrogatlarge

The musings of a French first-time mum who's living in the UK.

A hangover free life

Kenyan ‘killer brew' addicts losing both alcohol and private parts

from A hangover free life

Twitter: @hangovrfreelife

Blog of a mid 40's mum who has woken up to the sobering reality that booze is the problem not the solution