Who are the BritMums Butterflies?

We are so pleased to introduce the BritMums Butterflies. Check out their post suggesting the best way to approach the conference, as well as any ‘butterflies’ you may have about attending.

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First up, we have Clare Anderson who blogs at Seasider in the City.  She’s in her early thirties, and originally from Blackpool, but now lives in Norwich, hence her blog title.  She loves golf and is a bit of geek, so made up these cute butterfly images for us.  Her introductory post is called ‘Get Your Wings On.’

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Next up we have Michelle Garrett.  She blogs at The American Resident and is the one running the #Britmumsbutterflies Twitter list, where you can start or join in conversations with your new friends / fellow delegates.  Originally from Minnesota USA, she has been in Britain over half her life so considers herself American with a twist!  She says Hello and gives us her top tips for attending the conference.

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Then we have the other wonderful Michelle – Mich Pannell who blogs at Mummy from the Heart.   She’s ‘near 40,’ from Hertfordshire and is one of the early birds of blogging.  Her very successful and popular linky called #R2BC – ‘Reasons to be Cheerful’ has been running for two and a half years years and is just one of the sources of support and sanity she offers like minded parents.  Her post is ‘Here for you.’

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Soon, we’ll have from Sophie Muncaster – Super Amazing Mum, Here’s her post I am Butterfly.

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Then it’s the turn of Anya from Older Single Mum, who’ll be writing a post for BritMums sharing her experiences of being a newbie at the conference last year and probably (but she’s not promising) making a video post as a sort of loyal follow up to last year’s Nobody is a Nobody one. 

Head Honcho, Gemma will then be telling us all what can be expected from the Butterflies and Penny from Alexander Residence will be rounding everything up, so do stay tuned.

If you can’t wait for all that, you can learn a little bit more about them to further whet your appetite and don’t forget you can join the BritMums Butterflies Facebook Group to team up with other people and make your own agenda for meet ups, as well as your plans for the one at the conference!

 

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About Susanna Scott

Susanna Scott founded the BritMums social network in 2008 after a career in marketing. She wanted to create a space for parent bloggers to network, and share ideas and opportunities. She was a co-founder of CyberMummy, the UK’s first parent blogging conference, is often quoted as a pioneer in the UK Mum Blogging space, and has been named a top female entrepreneur. She has been featured in The Times, The FT, The Independent, The Guardian, The Sun, Technorati, She, Primo Baby and Red magazine, amongst others. She speaks frequently about blogging, social networking and the BritMums community at industry events. Her blog A Modern Mother ranks in the UK’s top 10 Mum Blogs. Follow her on @amodernmother.

3 Responses to Who are the BritMums Butterflies?

  1. HonestMum 04 June 2013 at 08:38 #

    What beautiful butterflies and such a lovely concept to help those who haven’t attended before!

  2. Claire 04 June 2013 at 18:00 #

    Thanks. I’ve just requested to join the group. On the day, do I just approach a Butterfly? :-) x

  3. Xandi | The Mummy Scripts 07 June 2013 at 20:15 #

    This is such a great idea! And another example of how warm and welcoming the blogging community is! Can’t wait for BritMums Live and to meet you gorgeous Butterflies! x