Speaking of blogger activists … are you following Rosie’s trip to Cameroon?

While we were all enjoying a very nice British summer, our very own and very fabulous Rosie Scribble had a different type of break: she went to Cameroon with Pampers/Unicef. She’s just released the memoirs of the trip … so make sure you go over and read them and give her your support. The trip changed her life.…

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Mom blogging predictions from the US

Jennifer James, an influential mom blogger in the States, has set out predictions for 14 coming trends in “mommy blogging” in America. These are trends focused on the business side of mom blogging rather than the purely creative content side. The US has a more developed parent blogging culture than the UK, but in my experience…

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British Mummy Blogger of the Week

Evening all… We’re at that stage in Boy #1’s education where reading is moving from being a chore for him, to something he loves. I’m a bookworm myself so it’s a delight for me to see him with his head buried in a book, even if it is about Ben 10 or PowerRangers rather than…

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British Mummy Blogger of the Week

So here I am, posting on the BMB blog for the first time.  Nervous?  Me?  Of course not…(much). For those who don’t know how this works, each week we highlight a member of the British Mummy Blogger network who is worthy of note.  This person could be completely new to blogging, or have been typing…

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Meet the British bloggers who are at BlogHer in NYC

It's been an exciting first day at BlogHer, where 2,400 mostly female bloggers have gathered to talk about, well, anything you can imagine about blogging. What's really amazing is that amid this sea of humanity spread across three sprawling floors at the Hilton I have spontaneously run into fellow British bloggers.

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