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Fat Mumma's

Fat Mumma's is Tracy Bell and Kathy Jenkins. The Fat Mumma' s brand is all about creativity and community. The FM logo is inspired by the cartoon styles of Osamu Tezuka and through the Fat Mumma persona we've tried to challenge the gender stereotypes of motherhood. Many of our products are made with both male and female parenting needs in mind; a nappy bag that converts from a back-pack to an over-the-shoulder bag, or a bag that can be reversed to hide a pink floral pattern with a more neutral black vinyl.

Seven Cherubs

Seven Cherubs is about my journey of raising seven gorgeous, energetic children who keep me on my toes!

MummyTime

Follows the miscellaneous ramblings of a Stay-at-Home-Mother of 4 kids. They live in a house parallel to a train line and their suburb is on the flight path of Sydney Airport. So noise is just one big MEH to this mum. Check her out!

Oi Oi Oi Aussie blog.

Oi Oi Oi - An unique Australian blog with a touch of Malaysian Chinese flavour. I write about parenting, food, gadgets and technology.

The Shared Parenting Debate

The shared parenting debate examines issues affecting Australians within the family law system.

{KID} independent

{KID} independent is a new children’s style blog devoted entirely to independently owned and operated children’s labels and stores. We’re basically a bunch of arty types with a love of all things handmade, vintage, sustainable, limited edition and independent. We crave products that are born from the hands of an artist, the heart of a loving mother, the mind of a talented designer, or the soul of an interesting character.

Fathers4Equality Blog

A blog on recent family law changes in Australia designed to promote equal parenting child custody arrangements, and fairer child support payments after divorce.

Hear Mum Roar

This blog is all about what motherhood means to me; giving the kids fun activities to do, teaching them about a greener life, being frugal (so I can continue being a stay at home mum!). I am passionate about craft, because I think it's great as a mum to keep inspired and creative. It can only lead to good things. I believe in speaking up about issues dear to my heart, and in mothers sharing ideas about what has worked and what hasn't. Above all, I think mothers should feel empowered and supported by one another.

The Emma Experience

I am a Mum and a Crafter. I spend my days at home with my kiddo and together we make gorgeous things and sell them online, and at markets and festivals around the place.

Parenting Videos & tips

A video guide to baby and parenting basics, expert articles, interviews, and product reviews from Room to Grow
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