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Raising my expat American family in Australia. We live with Autism, Dyslexia, Cricket and deadly snakes, bugs and wild weather. My life is managing kids, a part time job, husband and my manic need to write about my opinions.
I am a "mostly" stay at home unpaid country-copper wife of a domestically challenged hubby (the point five part) and mum of 2 energetic boys, G-Man born 2008 and Master J born 2010. Enjoy my take on life.
Hi, I'm Rachel! I'm a married mama of two. I share snippets of our lovely life & learning inspired by Montessori, Reggio & play-based homeschooling. You will find me blogging about playful learning activities & gentle parenting ideas.
Mummy and facilitator by day, dancer and foodie by night, The Urban Ma shares her passions and life with Baby D. If you want to keep up to date with where to eat, shop and play follow The Urban Ma and get to know Melbourne ♥
A blog where I share my life and my stories. It's kind of like my very own story corner, but without the nose pickers. It's a special place for all to have a laugh and feel normal whilst reading some not so normal stories. x
Here at Education Equals we aim to help parents raise mathematically confident children. We help you make maths part of the everyday conversation through our fun and easy activities, articles and resources. Pop on by!
A single mothers honest and humorous blog about raising two young sons.
Mumabytes: All Things Motherhood. I'm Katie, and with a husband overseas and a tornado for a daughter, I blog for sanity. I write about anything and everything related to the lives of mothers neck deep in the haze of child rearing.
How is it possible to not share when your life is an ongoing comedy of errors? Being named a Blogher '13 Voice of the Year did nothing to convince Michelle's 3 kids to listen to Mummy's Important Voice. She still loves them. (Sucker.)
I am a Mum to 6 young kids! Ever wondered what it's like to parent such a large family? I am asked so often I decided to blog about it. I write about my life as a Mum to so many and I include craft and recipes in the mix.
I'm Kellie - dream chaser, music enthusiast, project manager, wife, & mother of two spirited little boys.
I offer insight into reconnecting with your passions and jumping back into life again after entering the world of parenthood.
The Clutter Rescue blog is for busy Mums juggling it all - work, home, family, life. It shares ways to get and stay organised in your home in ways that work for you, helps you find time for what's important and find more balance.
All about becoming the best stay at home Mum, new Mum or working Mum that you can be. Tips on organisation, meals, family stuff, kids stuff, adult stuff, DIY, crafts, party planning, just anything to do with channelling your inner Super Mum!
Caprice Burrows writes an amazing blog and her facebook page is fantastic. She is always providing ideas, answers to questions of all sorts. She is a mother of 4 however always has time for her fans as well as promoting WA businesses.
Early childhood play ideas from an Aussie stay at home Mum.
A fun blog full of Adventures from a hands on Mum who loves sharing playful ways for children learn, explore & have fun. Especially messy, sensory, tactile & imaginative play
• Gold Coast Mum
Mother of two (with twins also on the way meaning I’ll soon have 4 under the age of 3.5)| wife | journalist | wannabe mumpreneur | karaoke queen & zumba fanatic on living the dream in the (mostly) sunshine state. My experiences in juggling motherhood, work and life in...
Hi there! I am a 'thirty something' wife and mum to two little boys, living on a farm in rural WA. I love organising and being neat and tidy. I love to bake; drink coffee and shop. I'm just attempting to embrace everything life has to