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    Default "Mom blog" recommendations?

    I read enough blogs and sites about science and feminism and parenting and all serious stuff. I'm craving some fluffier reading, like a SAHM blog where there's just lots of pictures of food and craft projects and children's activities. Bonus points for sewing/crafting/recipes/general domestic tips.

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    Not sure if this is exactly what you are after but have you tried Pinterest, so much to see and so many things to search for...but watch out it gets addictive 😀

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    Babymac is an easy read. She's lovely in real person too

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    I tried something a bit different here but no real support

    http://www.bubhub.com.au/community/f...d.php?t=548743

    Thought some would jump at a chance to show off some of their work and hobbies

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    I would recommend The Organised Housewife - she has a mix of recipes, kids craft, cleaning tips, room makeovers and earlier this year had a series on being a SAHM.

    https://theorganisedhousewife.com.au/

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    Thanks all!
    This should give me sufficient procrastination browsing material over the Xmas break

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    Default "Mom blog" recommendations?

    I follow a few on Facebook as they then post their more interesting articles to your newsfeed and you just click to go to the blog post. Most are parenting sites but PBS Parents (America's version of ABC, the channel that makes Sesame Street) often has crafts and recipes for kids:

    Scary Mommy
    Huffpost Parents
    Positive Parenting: Toddlers and beyond
    The Danish way (of parenting)
    PBS Parents

    And then Pinterest for crafts and recipes☺️

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