- DirectNews produces topical blog content and features for Kiddicare, the UK's favourite baby website, on a variety of areas in childcare, including new products, celebrity births, important car seat legislation and surveys about parents. It also provides new mums and dads with great shopping suggestions, providing insight into the extensive ranges of prams and buggies; car seats; cots and carriers; clothing and bedding; high chairs; stair gates and toys that Kiddicare has to offer.42 PostsAll Baby Advice is a blog written by Mirka, a stay at home mum to Isabelle, and mummy to be of a new baby due in March. She blogs about bringing up her daughter bilingually and living in England without her family, who live in the Czech Republic. She also shares her baby and toddler tips, and writes product reviews.2 PostsLittle MMummy’s Busy World – by me, Little M is an honest and heart-warming blog by Little M, a half American-half Chilean bilingual tot growing up in the UK and his very busy, sleep deprived yet enthusiastic and funny mami on their parent-child journey. Little M reminds everyone what it’s like to see the world through the eyes of a child.0 PostsJax blogs, rambles, waffles and pontificates about life home educating three children over at Making it up. She's been blogging since 2003 and enjoys blog reading, twittering, crafting and the occasional TV show. Comments nearly always welcome.1 PostsLiz JarvisLiz Jarvis is the editor of LivingwithKids. She's a mum and freelance journalist who writes for some of the UK's top mags and websites. Liz's parenting experience began with the birth of her 10Ib 13-and-a-half oz son and despite her stretchmarks, she's never looked back.0 Posts1 PostsJenny is a stay at home mum to two boys - Burton and Jenson. She's into cooking, when she gets a moment to herself.31 PostsSusan (wife of Robert and mum to two little boys, Lucas and Tyler) loves to read and blog...when she can squeeze it in around work, being a mother, housework and all the rest!2 PostsKim is 24 and has just had her first baby. Well actually, she had her first, second and third baby all at once. She is now proud mummy to identical triplet boys! Follow her story on the Kiddicare.com blog as she and partner John learnt to deal with not one, but three little people.10 PostsWorking Mum Paula is 26 and mother to Kayleigh and Ethan. She blogs about the struggle to be a career girl and the best mum she can be, at the same time - no easy task.27 PostsCharlie is a blogger, wife, friend, daughter, sister, but mostly a mum to toddler Addison-Marie. Check out her posts for parenting tips on being a busy working mum who leads a chaotic, dramatic and messy life but ultimately is making a pretty good job of it!18 PostsLoren is mum to two lovelies, Miss Independant Eva and cuddle loving Jack. Aged 23 she works from home (usually when the chilren are in bed). The family are in the process of renovating their first home, and life is doubly hectic, but very exciting.5 PostsBeans' mummy is a stay at home mum. With dad out of the house at work for long days, it's just the two of them at home during the day. They fill their time with books and toys and the occasional trip to the park for a go on the swings.10 PostsHeidi is mum to Girl, Middle and Tidgy, and wife to Hubby. They love the great outdoors - the beach and forests in particular - and love to get out and about and explore.10 Posts1 PostsNicci and her partner are trying to get pregnant. She's already a mum to Beth and Brad and child minder to her nephews Jake and Daniel. Nicci also suffers with a form of arthritis, but carries on regardless! Read about the chalenges her and her family face because of her condition.2 PostsMother Brown is mum to two: Zara and Oscar. She's also a chartered accountant in her own firm called ABC North East.1 PostsAfter becoming a mummy to Leo, Joss turned her back on a 'glossy career' in marketing to be a copy writer at home, which gave her more time to devote being a mum. Check out her work here: www.jccopy.co.uk1 PostsClare is Emmy's Mummy as well as a part time Nanny, a wife to Paul and carer of Barney the dog. Emmy is 2 and their new baby is due in October. They all live in Essex.7 PostsI’m a mummy of two scrummy little boys from Kent. I work part-time and like to describe myself as a MishMashMum. I’m not perfect and I’m not trying to be. So, if, like me, you find being a mother (and quite possibly being a woman in general), challenging, frustrating, exhausting, gruelling, demanding, trying (I’m running out of ‘…ings’ here), but wouldn’t change anything for the world, you'll probably relate to my musings and occasional rants.2 PostsI'm in my mid twenties and a first time mummy to a gorgeous little man and little lady. I'm a wife to a lovely (and also gorgeous) grown up man who I met at university. I have two (equally gorgeous) cats who are very naughty and very cuddly. I used to be an Early Years teacher before going on maternity leave. I love sewing and baking and singing in the car. I'm obsessed with every single shade of the colour white. And thats about it.3 PostsEmily is a stay at home mum to two small, bossy people. She loves drinking tea, baking cake like things (if they come out right), making lists and is also good at breaking stuff. She strives to be a good mother and domestic goddess and maintains her brain by writing it all down.6 PostsSabina is a stay at home mum and doting wife. She has a stepson (Curly), and two children of her own - a little girl (Little Bean) and boy (Beanie Boy). She lives locally to Kiddicare so is lucky enough to pop in regularly!7 PostsAndy B0 PostsJennifer has two grandchildren, Alfie (an energetic toddler) and Grace (a timid baby), who she looks after regularly one day a week when their mum works. She’s also happy to be on hand to help out in the evenings and over the weekends. She enjoys reading about infant and child care issues and loves giving the latest ‘infant craze’ a go with her grandchildren, whether it’s a new weaning method or arts and craft project.27 PostsTim is 26 years old and works full time in a busy marketing company. Despite getting his three-year-old Jack dressed and fed before work every morning, Tim wishes he could make it home in the evenings for Jack’s bedtime more often. At the weekends, together they indulge their passion for sea creatures, the great outdoors and love finding new ways to knock down piles of lego bricks.192 PostsOur new baby blogger on the block is Katie.. our fabulous yummy mummy, who has a beautiful daughter called Mads.2 PostsI'm Mum to two tiny monsters, a photographer who knows all the words to 'The Tiger Who Came to Tea', makes awesome blanket forts and can draw just about anything her daughter requests (though these drawings will not always be recognised by anyone over 3!).13 Postsmatt fovargue0 Posts40-something first time mum who writes like she's the first person it's happened to (most of the time).4 PostsBecky writes a daily blog about baby budgeting at www.babybudgeting.co.uk and for the wider /older family she blogs at www.family-budgeting.co.uk, she is the author of How to afford Time off with your Baby (Vermilion 2009) and has just published the eBook 100 easy ways to be a thrifty family2 PostsSerial blogging, coffee drinking, cupcake making mum of one with a huge passion for music. She is currently pregnant with her second and is a little scared about doing it all again.4 PostsKids One Stop Shop is run by mum of one Wendy who is passionate about all things local. She has a busy life balancing being a single mum and running her business which she does the Wendy way.4 PostsI am a busy mum of 2 boys and my Husband so make that 3, I love to Blog about my daily life, Moans and Groans and Fantastic places I have visited and products I have tried.1 PostsCharlotte Emily Gray is a mum to baby Iris. She runs Emily Gray Photography, specialising in newborn, baby, children and family photography. She lives in East London and travels across the capital and the UK photographing families. You can see her work on her Website and follow her on Facebook. 'Portrait of Charlotte' - ©Zoe Maxwell, 20121 PostsOlivia is a 25 year old stay-at-home mum to six-month old Ben. Before falling pregnant, Olivia's jewellery business was just starting to take off. Now she has to juggle a very young baby, a daddy that works long hours to support the family and her own ambitions for her business. Since having Ben the business is still a dream but no longer a priority as he takes centre stage.31 PostsChloe lives with her partner Sam, toddler Arlo, and is expecting baby number two in May. Arlo wasn’t planned and being the first of their group of friends to have a baby, faced many adjustments! Chloe blogs about family life, childcare costs, budgeting, and much more. As well as her blog Chloe has started her own family and child portrait business.1 PostsBecky (Bex) is mummy to two under two - Dylan and Archie. Bex lives with her two boys and partner in Kent and is a stay out home mummy who blogs in her spare time as an outlet to write. Since having babies Bex's obsessions have changed from shoes to cloth nappies and pushchairs!1 PostsKarin Joyce is mum to Ella (41/2) and Sam (14 months), and wife to Mark. Karin blogs at Cafe Bebe and is a freelance writer and social media consultant. You can follow Karin's family adventures on her blog, on Twitter (@cafebebe), and on Facebook and Google+ (Karin Joyce).1 PostsClara unravelled! Clara is mum to a one-year-old little girl who she describes as a "whirlwind of laughter and hugs" Clara writes her blog to help her cope with her battle with postnatal depression.1 PostsEmma lives in the West Midlands, UK with her hubby, newborn son & our 7 year old Westie dog, Mikey. Her blog is the not-so-secret diary of a recently turned 30-year-old new Mummy, Wife, Sister, Daughter and Aunty.1 PostsRachel has been in Switzerland for the last six years (she was only meant to be there for three!), but hopes to return home to Wales with her family this year. She is mummy to two, and has recently made the transition of working mum to stay at home mum.1 PostsZoe Corkhill lives with her husband James, dog Homily, and is mummy to two-year-old Georgiana and baby Lydia who was born February 2013. Her blog is all about her journey through the wonderful world of motherhood.1 PostsRachel is a SAHM mummy of four (two boys and two girls). She blogs at Confessions of a SAHM and likes to write about their day-to-day lives, and hopes that others find it useful and realise that they're not alone.1 PostsMum to preschooler Lara and baby Holly, born May 2012. By day I blog banking software, by night I blog about being a mummy, parent-friendly motors and family gadgets.