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Welcome to the Digital Parents Blog Carnival with the best selection of posts from April. Make yourself a coffee, get comfy and enjoy the musings of these fabulous writers.
Travel with Kids – Helpful Checklists from Lou at Smarty Pants Kids
Running a family as well as preparing for a big trip overseas takes effort. Don’t get me wrong, it’s a good problem to have. However, poor mummy brain is in serious overdrive at the moment. So I’m going to stick to what I know works best…check lists!
The Tanty Files – Part Three from Sophie at iSophie
My toddler, the ever expressive little boy that he is, is a very big tantrum thrower. I have documented many of these through photos to share with others in the hope it might help other tantrum sufferers to not feel so alone.
Things I Know about Love your Sister Supporters from Rhianna at A Parenting Life
From the moment that I received the email saying I would have the opportunity to talk to Samuel Johnson when he came to town I just knew great things were in store for me.
WIP Wednesday Link Up and Cath Kidson inspired blanket reveal from Becci at Becci’s Domestic Bliss
Final reveal of my Cath Kidson inspired Dahlia granny square lap rug.
Connect with Becci’s Domestic Bliss over at Facebook
Do you really want it…yeah! from Kate at My Dear Angel
A time when I was blissfully unaware of what was to come, in the not too distant future, when I would lose the happy me. It would only be me, and sadness; me and depression; me and loneliness; me and fear; me and heartache; me and struggle…
Connect with My Dear Angel over at Twitter
Blog Snobs from Kylie at A Study in Contradictions – Kylez
A little rant about the blog snobbery that has been rampant of late and why I think there are plenty of good blogs to read.
How attached are you to your breasts? from Cassandra at The Black Stamp
A short opinion piece on Angelina Jolie’s preventative double mastectomy.
Acceptance from Cassandra at 10% Inspired
Reflections on the past, and not being angry about it. “I’m sorry you didn’t get more of a childhood man, but that’s just the way that one went.”
A Midwife Perspective from Lisa at Mummy Manifesto
Being a midwife is a blessing. It is a privilege to be involved in a couple’s journey when a new child arrives into their family.On the other hand, I can’t go to the hairdresser or any other hair raising business type place, without getting the verbal blow by blow account of little Johnny’s birth.
The Fish Tank to End All Fish Tanks…part one from Melissa at Two Little Humans and Me
Now, I am a patient woman. My two little humans have taught me patience, but there is only so much one can tolerate! Each night my dear Adam would sit with his laptop and research… and research… and research. Gathering ideas and prices. Looking at aquascaping completed by professional aquascapists.