I think Capture by Lucy may have been one of the first blogs I started reading but really I didn’t read much at all, just look longingly at her beautiful photos whilst drinking tea.
I have known Pam from Life With Munchers since LP was a few months old, and before either of us blogged. To be able to share the crazy world of blogging with her is pretty awesome – and she has a lovely blog too.
I have been reading Pouting in Heels on and off for years. It’s the kind of blog that you’ll see pop up on Facebook or Twitter where people have shared the posts, often not even bloggers sharing posts but just normal people loving what Kate has written about.
I have known Steph from Mental Parentals since before she blogged – she’s now one of my longest friends and it’s so nice that she shares this love of blogging with me too.
Mummy Daddy Me was the first blog I started reading, back when Katie only had Mads and LL was yet to be born – their little boy far from anyone’s minds. Reading her blog and getting lost in the posts and beautiful pictures kept me going through the endless night feeds when LP was little and
I started reading This Glorious Life because of my Living Arrows series. Madeline links up every week with the most gorgeous photos and from there I started reading her blog properly, still loving the photos but getting stuck into the posts that accompany them too.
Baking Betsy was another blog I started reading because of Living Arrows and it’s one I always come back to reading. It’s such an eclectic mix of posts all full of gorgeous children and beautiful photographs.
I can’t remember when I started reading The DADventurer but I know that Dave’s blog was one of the first ‘Dad Blogs’ I started reading. Up until then, everything I had read had been from the same perspective as mine – ‘a Mummy view’ – and so it was great to start reading something from a
I started reading Budding Smiles shortly before Hannah took part in my Beginning of Us series. At the time she was pregnant with her first child and her blog was one of the only ones I read which wasn’t a ‘Mummy Blog’. It was, and is, so much more than that.