MAD Blog Awards 2014: Well done winners!

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MAD Blog Awards 2014

Fantastic bloggers, side-splitting jokes, divine food and drink, lots of silliness and a great deal of fun made the fifth annual Mum and Dad Blog Awards a night to remember. The 2014 MAD Blog Awards took place in London on Friday, and they brought together some of the biggest and brightest names in blogging.

As always, the night was a glitzy, glamorous affair all about celebrating bloggers and their achievements. The Blog of the Year Award went to The Future’s Rosie, while Team Honk accepted the Outstanding Contribution Award on behalf of all the bloggers who took part in the project.

For the second year in a row, the awards were presented by Dr Ranj. He must have posed for a thousand photographs (we were of course all getting pictures for our kids – right?) – before he even got close to the stage. Before announcing the first award, Dr Ranj told the audience that bloggers were making a difference, inspiring people, helping them be better informed, and having fun. Needless to say – his words got the crowd cheering. The night also saw a surprise dance performance from a group of bloggers who wowed the room with their hidden talents!

We’d like to say a big thank you to everyone who voted in this year’s awards, and we’d also like to congratulate every nominee, all 75 finalists, and of course the winners. So who were they? Take a look here:

The 2014 Mad Blog Awards Winners

MAD Blog of the Year (sponsored by Parentdish): The Future’s Rosie

Best Blog Writer (sponsored by The Watch Hut): The Future’s Rosie

Best Baby Blog (sponsored by Mothercare): Mummy Daddy and Me Makes Three

Best Pregnancy Blog (sponsored by Babes with Babies): It Started With a Squish

Best Family Travel Blog (Sponsored by Home Away.co.uk): Kids Days Out Reviews

Best New Blog (sponsored by Rollersworld): Don’t Be Sorry

Outstanding Contribution (sponsored by Thorntons): Team Honk

Best Craft Blog (sponsored by Craft Merrily): Little Button Diaries

Best Food Blog (sponsored by Kenwood): Frugal Queen

Most Innovative Blog (sponsored by Seagate): My Two Mums

Best Thrifty Blog (sponsored by TopCashback):  Skint Dad Blog

Best Schooldays Blog (sponsored by Halfords): Actually Mummy

Most Entertaining Blog (sponsored by TalkTalk TV): Northern Mum

Best Blog Photography (sponsored by Olympus): Capture By Lucy

Best MAD Blog for Family Fun (sponsored by Pokemon): Family Days Tried and Tested

Best Home and Interiors Blog (sponsored by Brabantia): Tigerlilly Quinn

Best Kids Blog (sponsored by Vita Coco): Lego by Z

[Photo: MAD Blog of the Year winner Tom from The Future’s Rosie, with presenter Dr Ranj. Credit: Tom Arber Photography]

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