The Inspirational British Mummy Bloggers Carnival

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When I told my family I was going to an event called Cybermummy they rolled their eyes. I’m sure they’re not the only people to be bemused by the whole concept of ‘mummy blogging’. But let me tell you that on Saturday I met the most amazing, talented, funny and gorgeous women. They’re all very different, and yet the thing that binds them together is their collective love of writing.

So here, for your viewing pleasure, is my round-up – aka a Carnival – of the best of the British Mummy Bloggers’ posts from the past fortnight. Grab a coffee (or if the sun’s set on the lawn, a Mojito,) kick back and enjoy. And if it inspires you to start blogging, you can find lots of tips here. Enjoy!

Susanna has some artistic photos *cough*, Rosie talks about an embarrassing misunderstanding and Laura, one of the funniest women I know, describes an eye-watering experience. Jo has some explaining to do to her kids, and Pants with Names feels her cheeks go red. Meanwhile Emily has some confessions I’m sure many of us can identify with, Angels and Urchins thinks couples need date nights,  Jo wonders if her standards may be a little too high and Mommy Has a Headache reveals what happens when they’re not high enough

Motivating Mum reminds us the way we look after our kids is the way we should look after ourselves  Nickie celebrates toast  Elsie has a message for a certain midwife  and Pippa and her family taste the first strawberries of the season .

Spud is feeling nostalgic , Potty Mummy is teaching her children the value of money , and Paula wonders what kind of parent you are . Muddling Along Mummy has some great advice for mums of high needs babies  and tiddlyompompom (love that name) shares her guide to newborns.

Sometimes, as many of us heard on Saturday, blogs can be used to disclose feelings we find to hard to talk about. Mrs L J Hall writes movingly about bereavement, Carol shares a poignant poem , and Emma reveals why you can never let bullies win.

Meanwhile TaraVictoriaSandy and Heather remind us how fleeting childhood really is. Baking Mad Mama shares her experience of breastfeeding , Notes from Home spends an evening in A&E,  Karin has a reality check and Alison discovers fancy dress isn’t always easy. Hazel has some tips on how to be the perfect mum , while Emily wonders what what would happen if Jo Frost spent the day at her house.

I’m full of admiration for mums who have the time to make… well, anything really. Jen has some really lovely ideas for gifts for the teacher , Cathy is making peg dolls  and Maria shows us how to use old boxes to make a map of Europe . Totally brilliant.

Finally I love hearing about holiday experiences and days out and Mirka has made me seriously jealous with tales of her family holiday in Crete . Karen describes her perfect picnic in Edinburgh last summer, while Snaffles Mummy talks about her son’s first camping experience . Magical.

written by Liz Jarvis


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21 Responses to The Inspirational British Mummy Bloggers Carnival

  1. Cathy @ NurtureStore says:

    Great carnival Liz! Thanks for putting it all together. I like the butterfly photo too – I can feel another craft project coming on!

  2. New Mummy says:

    Great carnival hun, thanks for all the hard work and including me x

  3. maria says:

    wow, it is going to take a while to go through all these fabulous posts! Will be back in the afternoon with a fresh drink and time to read. Thanks for including me.

  4. Emily O says:

    Lots of good posts, thanks for including me!

  5. A Modern Mother says:

    I love a good carnival, especially in nice weather. Thanks so much for puting this together.

  6. Emma @ Me , The Man & The Baby says:

    Thank You for including me! You did a great job putting this together! 🙂 Looking forward to adding them to my never ending list of must reads!!

  7. Pants With Names says:

    Can’t believe I didn’t meet you on Saturday. I did see you way in the distance, but that was as close as I got. Next year! Thanks for including me in the carnival. I’m off to have a good read before the kids appear back home.

  8. angelsandurchinsblog says:

    Thanks for including me, and well done on getting this together so soon after CyberMummy. Hope you get a moment to yourself this week to enjoy the sunshine.

  9. All Baby Advice says:

    What a great carnival. Thank you for including my post even after sending it to you only yesterday. You rock 😉

  10. Rosie Scribble says:

    Fabulous carnival, Liz. Must have taken an age to put together.

  11. If I Could Escape says:

    Great carnival Liz! Looks like some great reads for me! Thanks for including me too! x

  12. Dulwich Divorcee says:

    Lovely to meet you earlier and looking forward to Thursday! You’ve been tagged (or memed, never know which) chez moi

  13. Hot Cross Mum says:

    Hurray – you got there! Fab carnival and thanks for including me (non-Irish accent and all!).

  14. EmmaK says:

    what a great selection of posts and thanks for including moi!

  15. MrsLJHall says:

    Hi Liz, thank you for including me in your carnival :o) I look forward to reading through the others xx

  16. Sandy Calico says:

    Wow, huge carnival! Thank you for including my post x

  17. jfb57 says:

    Wow! This is an amazing array of talented bloggers! I shall get myself a glass & settle back for a great read! Maybe one day I’ll be among them!! Thank you!

  18. Spudballoo says:

    Fabulous…that’s my reading for tomorrow sorted. thanks for including my crappy 70s nostalgia, quietly weeps x

  19. tiddlyompompom says:

    what a great collection of posts. thanks for including me too 🙂

  20. Potty Mummy says:

    Thanks for including me in this Liz – there are some great posts there, I’m honoured to have made the cut! (Especially after hearing how many you entries you got!)

  21. Paula Battle says:

    Thanks for featuring me Liz, this is massive! Will you be posting a quiz to check that we’ve all gone and read each other’s? x


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