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Mortonhall Baby Ashes Scandal

from The Gothic Mummy

Twitter: @catchlightfoto1

My life as a gothic mummy, as not all mums are the same and some of us are very different and will never wear flowery skirts!


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Should twins stay together at school or be split?

from twinlifeonline

Life with twins plus 1 is a roller coaster, but we love it. Sharing parenting tips, ups and downs, ideas and inspiration.


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Time out

from The Cycling Mummy

Twitter: @Mummy_Ethal

This blogger's a working mum to two beautiful girls and lives with one infuriating hoarder. She's a trainee counsellor and new to the pagan path and she's writing about all of this on her journey of...


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Demystifying meningitis.

from The Busy Bubble

My own shared experiences dealing with life, baby allergies and all the things we see and feel as we go through life as a mum...


Tech Savvy Kids

Tech Savvy Kids Interview No 2 – Specialist E-Safety Adviser Alan Mackenzie

from Tech savvy kids

Twitter: @techsavvykidz

Promoting e-safety and online etiquette for children to parents and teachers.


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Back to work

from The Egyptian Mummy

A parenting and lifestyle blog written by a first time mum


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Make sure Jetpack G+ publicize settings work for you.

from Technology Solved

Information about wordpress and other blogging hints, including a series of "ten minute tips" to tweak your blog.


thishappiness

Another lovely day...

from This happiness business...

I am Sarah, and I have a tendency to negativity and paranoia. This blog is an attempt to identify at least one thing every day for which I should be thankful... I aim to make myself happier!


The Women's Room

Mixing Easter cocktails with The Women's Room

from The Womens Room

Twitter: @TheWomensRoom

A blog for women over 35 about life and style. The daily posts aim to inspire, inform and celebrate growing older in a positive, witty and stylish way.


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Pastures New

from The Path With Heart

Experiences of, and reflections on, living with a schizotypal and an affective disorder