Discussion | Our 5 favourite parenting blogs 

Today we’re sharing our 5 favourite blogs with you. All of these blogs really do inspire us with their content, style, and individuality. 

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Chalk Kids

Chalk Kids is a UK parenting blog, founded by Steph mum of 2 boys. It is dedicated to modern families. They focus on the best in little fashion, crafty DIY’s, honest product reviews and delicious recipes. There’s also plenty for the style conscious mum, from inspiring interiors, the low down from other mothers and on-the-go fashion and beauty tips. Chalk kids has a fresh, modern, family feel to it.

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My Baba 

You’ve probably heard of My Baba – set up by Leonora Bamford to provide ‘The daily scoop on family, food and lifestyle, we’re not just experts at all things parenting’. Their own resident Norland Nanny ‘Nanny Anita’ posts many imaginative craft ideas to keep little ones busy and entertained.

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The Imagination Tree 

The Imagination Tree is a page we originally liked on Facebook – we’ve since come to love her website too. It’s constantly updated with new ideas for crafts and things to do with the children. The images are bright, colouring and inspiring. The Imagination Tree is run by Anna, an early years teacher and Mum of 4 – with hundreds of ideas for creative play and learning. A wonderful resource for simple ideas that will inspire hours of fun.

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Somewhere Slower 

Somewhere Slower is a blog written by Mum of 5, Courtney Adamo, cofounder of Babyccino Kids. In Spring 2015 they set off for a family gap year around the world. Somewhere Slower follows their adventures including getting to grips with homeschooling, embracing new cultures and most recently introducing their newest family member, baby number 5!

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Mummy Daddy Me..

Mummy Daddy Me was the first ‘parenting blog’ I read. Katie’s is a mum of three who blogs about family life including travel posts which are bound to give you Wanderlust. Katie has won awards for her photography and is very prominent on Instagram. We love her colourful and often honest insight motherhood.

Whats your favourite parenting blog?

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