There is an article doing the rounds today, slamming the ‘slummy mummy’. Said article criticises big mummy bloggers, bloggers who chose to share very real life parenting, bloggers who so many ‘normal’ mums look up to and relate to. These bloggers make people realise that they aren’t alone, they aren’t a shit parent. They are just normal. It criticises their choices and even refers to them as slummy mummies. The…

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Aria was a late walker which meant that we had almost two years of parenting without having to deal with the over exaggerated strops and tantrums as a direct of falling over and ‘hurting’ herself. In recent months we have seen Aria become more and more confident with her walking, and even running, which has resulted in more and more trips and slips and pretty much permanently grazed knees. Of course…

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I’m jealous of my husband because he has mammoth lie ins. I’m jealous of my husband because he gets to sit on his phone and scroll through his facebook newsfeed in the evenings without a toddler jumping all over him. I’m jealous of my husband because he gets to go to work and escape home life. I’m jealous of my husband because he gets to poop in peace. I’m jealous of…

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This guest post is bought to you by Devon Mama.   They’re the butt of many a joke and have a (mostly) un-earned nickname as the ‘monster in law’ but are they really that bad? Yes, some of them are nightmares and some of them are complete dreams but what about when they’re yours? When I first met my (now) husband, I didn’t think about his mother. I met and…

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Advertorial Feature The first one thousand days of your baby’s life, right through from conception to toddlerhood, are not only the craziest, and often toughest days, but also the most important days for both baby and parents. During these days you will form bonds, discover new roles, and also set up your child’s nutritional foundation for life. The first one thousand days are also the hardest days, the days when…

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