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New Blog Posts - 23-29 September

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doradoo Sun 23-Sep-12 07:27:33

Blimey am I first, that's a turn up for the books.

Today's offering - Dragons and Pie

solidgoldbrass Sun 23-Sep-12 08:17:49

I woke up early so decided to post a bit more about writing erotic fiction.

Miasassy Sun 23-Sep-12 11:15:16

Controversial post about The raging wars on parent child parking bays

strawberry17 Sun 23-Sep-12 12:23:23

Not done this for a while: 0.85ml and Surviving Antipdepressants

singlemarriedmum Sun 23-Sep-12 13:23:32

Mine's a Silent Sunday

maninhispyjamas Sun 23-Sep-12 15:05:55

Daddy just can't catch break today...or can he?

yassusarah Sun 23-Sep-12 16:55:22

It's our wedding anniversary tomorrow a letter to him

maninhispyjamas Sun 23-Sep-12 16:59:14

Sorry - f'd up the link thing another reason that...

Daddy just can't catch break today...or can he?

(I also can't figure out how to delete a post? I may be a moron).

FiveHoursSleep Sun 23-Sep-12 17:00:54

Another Silent Sunday here.

MmeGuillotine Sun 23-Sep-12 19:04:23

I haven't been posting much as I hit 1.5 million page views and decided that it was about time I moved to self hosting. The process has been more hideous than anticipated but I THINK we'll be ready to do the BIG MOVE next week. smile

In the meantime, here's a squiz at the new covers for two of my three books! I'm rather pleased with them! smile

CollectorOfCookbooks Sun 23-Sep-12 19:31:28

Ooh they look fab Mme!

I can delete posts if I go into the overall 'post' editing page, rather than being in the post itself, if that helps ManInHisPJs?Which platform are you on?

Today, I can't decide if I need a waffle iron, and it's all the fault of the Great British Bake Off.

MmeGuillotine Sun 23-Sep-12 19:45:22

Thanks so much! smile

YoungDebbie Sun 23-Sep-12 23:16:59

Didn't think my daughter's homework could be this enjoyable!

This Week's Homework Is A Family Affair

It was never this much fun when we were at school!

borninastorm Mon 24-Sep-12 00:49:08

Teenboy's moved out and partying hard at uni, but I've other problems afoot with Teengirl.

aliceemma Mon 24-Sep-12 11:56:31

There are days - and even whole weeks - when I think we have it sorted! No explosive wails of "No, no, no!", no running away screaming and no lying on floor with flailing arms and legs. And there are some days - and even some whole weeks - when I cannot believe I can be getting it sooo wrong!

What am I doing wrong?

hertfordshiremummy Mon 24-Sep-12 13:00:53

As my daugher begins her school life and her journey towards independence I've been wondering if we push children too quickly into becoming independent.

FiveHoursSleep Mon 24-Sep-12 13:14:56

How Do You Choose Your FB Friends

Alurkatsoftplay Mon 24-Sep-12 14:12:06

New blogger writing about family, Dad coming to stay and trying to be a kinder daughter.

SGB, loving your blog and when I work out how to like it, I will! I also have a blog for 'that stuff' here:

PetiteRaleuse Mon 24-Sep-12 14:37:41

A rant about arrogance

SophRunning Mon 24-Sep-12 17:51:25

sometimes you don't need words

lexluther Mon 24-Sep-12 19:19:25

Part of the fun of co-sleeping is finding out where the baby is when you go to bed:
Anatomy of a co-sleeper

If you're interested in cloth nappies:
Nappy trial - Blueberry Coverall Wrap
Nappy trial - Close Parent New Generation Pop-In nappy

MmeLindor Mon 24-Sep-12 19:25:21

I blogged about two Mumsnetters who are setting up a charity to donate books to a Women's Refuge

Nest of Vipers, my arse.

lifeafterdebt Mon 24-Sep-12 19:32:46

“Necessity may well be called the mother of invention but calamity is the test of integrity,” and while there is no doubt the calamitous circumstances of recent years have necessitated a certain amount of re-invention on my part, it has been the loss of my financial integrity which has caused me to suffer the most.

carovioletfizz Mon 24-Sep-12 19:45:48

Here's mine - My take on being a stay at home mother so far

lexluther Mon 24-Sep-12 21:56:25

My son took the school run as an opportunity to discuss how much he was enjoying Shakespeare's Julius Caesar:
How to feel like a performance parent

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