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Shit! The Elf!

from Two beans and a bump

Blogging about everything I love - being a mum, food, fun, photos and family.


The Intrepid Misadventurer

Fog-Drenched Wild Ponies of the New Forest!

from The Intrepid Misadventurer

Twitter: @KanchanChar

A journal about my wonderful and inventive life as a mother, my love of design, literature, pop culture, movies and music!


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Three of the best: Blogs I could read all day

from The book or me

A blog for sharing books and thoughts about writing from a UK-born author (and mum) now living in Sydney.


NevilleWalters

How Transport Ideals Downscale with Time…

from The Urban Daddy

Twitter: @UrbanDadUK

Nev's a thirtysomething blogger with a partner of ten years and two children under the age of three. Being a dad is the most extraordinary adventure he's ever been on - and he'd like to tell you...


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Two Months

from Transatlantic Blonde

Transatlantic Blonde


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P like Palermo, P like pane & panelle!!!

from The Sicilian Cuisine Blog

Twitter: @eGeorgia

I come from Sicily and I'm an Ambassador for Sicilian food & tradition. I love talking about food as much as cooking & eating :)


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Bump and jump down to the library on Friday for some “Fun-in-a-box”

from The Carousel Project

Twitter: @carouselproject

Creative learning for under 5s and their families. Posting on their sessions, news in the early years arts world, photos and animations/films from our sessions, feedback from parents.


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Where there's a Will, there's a way

from The not-so-secret diary of a self-employed mum

This blog is about the pleasures, perils and pitfalls of my journey from full-time mum to part-time corporate wunderkind…


ChristineJo

Lasting & Meaningful Gift Ideas- The Gift Of Music

from The Family Haven

Twitter: @maternal

A place to encourage and inspire one another in our quest to be good parents.


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Maggie v. Tesco, our story.

from Thief of Time

Twitter: @karlou

Originally about family life but increasingly becoming about current affairs.