Best of the UK Parent Blogs: Ten at Ten (48)


Top Ten British Mummy and Daddy Bloggers


Have you got that Friday feeling? We may or may not have a large cup of coffee and one hand already in the biscuit tin.

Friday is always the day we reveal our ten favourite blog posts from the week, all written by Tots100 Parent Bloggers.

First up is the fabulous Jo from Slummy Single Mummy. In Make Bradford British she ponders what it means to be British. Has multiculturalism really failed or should we all join her in her bubble?

There’s a different debate at Hello It’s Gemma. In Shooting Guns Gemma discusses gender stereotyping and what it means for little boys who can’t even pronounce ‘pretend’ to be playing with guns.

More gender discussions from The Mule. There are some pretty shocking products aimed at girls on her blog this week. Check out Dolled up: products that sexualise our children.

In The moment I realised I’ve regained my confidence, we hear how Being a Mummy responded to being blanked at the school gates. Now that is a familiar feeling. Can you shrug it off?

Other Mothers are always perfect, aren’t they? Mother’s Always Right takes a light-hearted swipe at happy clappy mums in Other mothers – are they that happy all the time? Really?

In Celebrate, the gorgeous Kat at Housewife Confidential tells us about her even-more-gorgeous son’s third birthday party. The last line of this post is particularly beautiful.

Ghost Writer Mummy is looking at the direction her blog is taking. Are you blogging for business or pleasure? We’ll take both if we can, how about you?

We love this list from The Life and Times of a Househusband. Jamie shows us that It’s the little things and it really is.  We could all do with a blast of positive and this amazing post gives it to us by the bucketload.

A very serious message from Mummy’s Little Monkey now. In Where there’s smoke Jax tells us what happened when her smoke alarms went off this week.

Finally, Tim from Bringing Up Charlie gave a lot of thought to International Women’s Day yesterday. We’d like to know the answer to the question What are we fighting for?

We hope you enjoyed our round up. See you same time next week?

Sally Whittle is founder of the Tots100, Foodies100, BlogSummit and the MAD Blog Awards. When she's not working, she can be found blogging at Who's the Mummy, or having fun with her 8 year old daughter, Flea.

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