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sarah ditum

New Statesman | Why gender became the ultimate forum for self-expression

from Sarah Ditum

Twitter: @sarahditum

Sarah Ditum writes regularly for the Guardian and the New Statesman, and has appeared on Woman's Hour and Word of Mouth (talking about the perfect chocolate cookie, and online etiquette respectively)...


Sophie is...

Global gaslighting

from Sophie is...

Twitter: @sophieblovett

A journey of (re)discovery into the brave new worlds of parenting and writing.


Stumbling in Flats

Definitely In Spirit, Not So Much The Body …

from Stumbling in Flats

Twitter: @MS_Stumbling

Newly-diagnosed with multiple sclerosis, this mother writes about daily life, random musings and coming to terms with a new way of living.


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The Girl with the Lower Back Tattoo [review + giveaway]

from SnazzyBooks

Book blog with book reviews, upcoming releases, author interviews etc and recommended reads


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Garnier Pure Active Sensitive Range ♥

from Secret Style File

Dedicated to fashion, beauty, kids style edits and mummy style


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Weekend Photo #3 

from Snapshots and Adventures

A UK parenting, photography and lifestyle blog. First time mum to one, living in Brighton.


Sparkles & Stretchmarks

#SundayBest

from Sparkles & Stretchmarks

Twitter: @Raine_Fairy

My blog follows my thoughts & insights on my pregnancy journey, in a very honest and biting fashion! (I'm certainly no Yummy Mummy!) - I also regularly post about beauty and travel.


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Site Migrated!

from Shitido (to help them speak)

A compendium of the activities, experiences, resources and thoughts relating to supporting my child with delayed speech.


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Being Sleepy, Pink Orchids and a Date Night – Our Weekly Photos Week 7

from SusanKMann

Twitter: @susankmann

Scottish, working mother of two little princes & now a little princess, living our little fairytale.


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Siblings {February 2017}

from Steph's Two Girls

Twitter: @stephc007

Stories of family life involving our young girl who has a type of autism known as PDA (Pathological Demand Avoidance) and her older sister.