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skinnybabylove

Travel, weaning and other stories

from Skinny Baby Love

I'm a mum of one healthy and gorgeous boy. He's a little chap & has been from the start - this blog is intended to share my experiences and joys as well as allay fears of parents who might find...


Never Bored of Bubbles

Teeth too soon

from Never Bored of Bubbles

Twitter: @nb_bubbles

This blogger's a mum with one toddler who commutes to work. She's trying to juggle her career and time with her little girl, and she's writing about it here.


Mom Not Mum

Let's Talk About the Weather

from Mom Not Mum

Twitter: @nunheadtexan

A Texan discovering the ins and outs of expat motherhood in London.


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Beware of the angry ostrich

from No More Tears

Twitter: @mrsengland1

Getting it wrong and writing about it. Laughing in the face of adversity. Keeping two miniature humans alive. Trying to remember to pull my pants down to pee.


myfunnymummy

We've Moved!!

from My Funny Mummy

Twitter: @my_funny_mummy

One woman. One baby. One blog. No clue.


Gifted North East

Houses of Parliament...

from Calling all parents of the North East!!!

My blog is designed for parents across the North East who have a child that is either gifted and talented or twice exceptional (ASC/Asperger's/ADHD). I am trying to gather support for gifted and...


Impractical dad

Skin Prick Testing

from Impractical Dad

Twitter: @impracticaldad

Father to an itchy daughter, husband to a working wife. And I will have sleep, in this life or the next.


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Watermelon Stars

from City to Sticks

Twitter: @CityToSticks1

The musings and mutterings of a small town girl, turned big city lawyer, turned country mum.


Grantham Style

Cobra Kai

from Grantham Style

Twitter: @ByGranthamStyle

A blog about Family, Fashion & Beauty, Food and Community written by a Londoner-in-Exile!


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A 5km test

from Ultra-Mum

This new mum's trying to find her feet and keep her head up despite the pressures of society. Are there any 'perfect mums'?