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What are Protective Styles for Mixed Kids? PLUS TOP TIPS for Getting it Right

from Mixed.Up.Mama

Mixed.Up.Mama is a one-stop shop for all things related to mixed race parenting. From news, to commentary to resources and more, join us!


SwaziRodgers

For the love of cat...

from Chocolate Is Not The Only Fruit

Twitter: @Swazirodgers

A mum's ramblings about life with her husband, their son and the cat, with political musings thrown into the mix.


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HAPPY NEW MONTH OF FEBRUARY- MONTH OF LOVE

from Saiprojects Cooking

For me cooking is therapeutic and a daily chore; I love cooking and love learning and sharing recipes.. I have grown and developed my cookin


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Black or Multiracial?: Raising Biracial kids

from Mixed.Up.Mama

Mixed.Up.Mama is a one-stop shop for all things related to mixed race parenting. From news, to commentary to resources and more, join us!


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WELCOME TO 2019 | DO I RECOMMEND LION HEART AS A MOM

from DIARY OF AN ABUJA MOM

I am deka, a stay at home mom living in Abuja.This is my diary where i share my imperfect mommy moment and hoping it inspires another mom


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[PODCAST] The Book of Birmingham / Inside of a Dog

from The Life and Times of Jendella

Musings on life, love, art and everything in between.


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Autism-Stare In The Face Of Danger

from BritDeshiMummy

Welcome to the world of a British Bangladeshi Mummy join me on my journey through motherhood!


Joy to The World

I'm a Girly Fashion Doll Review

from Joy to The World

Twitter: @joyfuljoyous

A Lifestyle and Parenting blog written by a twenty something year old Journalist.


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The Inheritance That We Have That We Shouldn't Take For Granted

from The Life and Times of Jendella

Musings on life, love, art and everything in between.


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The tree

from Tumbling Sky

My blog is about my ethnically diverse family, it's history and its multiplicity of branches, written for my stillborn daughter.