• Welcome lovely Kiwi mummy bloggers and those that love to read the posts from our talented bloggers.

    As you know this site was established in 2007, being the first blog aggregation site in NZ and we want to continue growing it for our readers, bloggers and our brands.

    Love Anna and Michelle xx

Latest Blog Posts


10 hours ago

ANZAC Biscuits - Today is ANZAC Day – a very special day in both New Zealand and Australia, where soldiers who have given their lives in the armed forces are remembered and celebrated. ANZAC stands for Australian and New Zealand Army Corps and dates back to the First World War (1914 – 1918), and is strongly linked to the […] Continue reading →
1001 Books to Read Before You Die

1001 Books to Read Before You Die 10 hours ago

Quote of the Week - “There are three kinds of men. The one that learns by reading. The few who learn by observation. The rest of them have to pee on the electric fence for themselves.” - Will RogersFiled under: The Editors Tagged: Quotes Continue reading →
Modern Mothercraft

Modern Mothercraft 10 hours ago

Reflections on when my husband was a stay-at-home Dad - This week, my baby girl reaches the age my son was when what I like to think of as the Great Swap Over occurred - I went back to work, and my husband became a stay at home dad. It was a couple of years ago now, but I've been reflecting on the experienc... Continue reading →
Mummy Says...

Mummy Says... 11 hours ago

A Mother’s Apology - To my husband, to my children, to my family to my friends: I’m sorry. To the man I fell in love with in the days when I had no worries; to my two beautiful darlings who make everything brighter, to my family who keep everything going with their endless support, to my friends who I’ve […] Continue reading →
Diary of a bereaved mother,  丧儿记,: 丧失儿子的母亲的一本传记

Diary of a bereaved mother, 丧儿记,: 丧失儿子的母亲的一本传记 11 hours ago

Anzac Day, for all grieving mothers. - Today is ANZAC day, we remember those who died in the war.  I like to think of the mums who had lost their sons.Late last night, or early this morning, I was editing a chapter of my new book, I kept having formatting problems. I got so frustrating... Continue reading →
my walk with food and beautiful plants and flowers

my walk with food and beautiful plants and flowers 11 hours ago

ANZAC Day, We remember. - I walk past this garden everyday. I am awed by the manicure landscaping. Sometimes, I whack out my camera. And snap a photo or two. I feel awkward, Just in case the owner is around.Recently, as I walked past, The lady was tidying her garden. I said :Hi and beautiful garden." She said, it could do much more work. But, Alas she is too old. I told her, I walk pass everyday. I snap photos of her garden. "Feel free to take photos, even when I am not here. Then she too be a tour, to her beautiful garden. And giving me lessons of some of her plants.These are no ordinary poppies. They are called Flanders poppies. Flanders to remember the WW1, The poppies of Flanders. I am so happy I stopped to say hi. Today, I am owner of this precious knowledge. I share this with you. In Flanders fields The red or Flanders poppy has been linked with battlefield deaths since the time of the Great War (1914–18). The plant was one of the first to grow and bloom in the mud and soil of Flanders. The connection was made, most famously, by Lieutenant Colonel John McCrae in his poem 'In Flanders fields'. In Flanders fields the poppies blow Between the crosses row on row, That mark our place; and in the sky The larks, still bravely singing, fly Scarce heard amid the guns below. We are the Dead. Short days ago We lived, felt dawn, saw sunset glow, Loved and were loved, and now we lie In Flanders fields. Take up our quarrel with the foe: To you from failing hands we throw The torch; be yours to hold it high. If ye break faith with us who die We shall not sleep, though poppies grow In Flanders fields. http://www.nzhistory.net.nz/war/anzac-day/poppies Veterans Day is an official United States holiday which honors people who have served in armed service also known as veterans. It is a federal holiday that is observed on November 11th. It coincides with other holidays such as Armistice Day and Remembrance Day, which are celebrated in other parts of the world and also mark the anniversary of the end of World War I. (Major hostilities of World War I were formally ended at the 11th hour of the 11th day of the 11th month of 1918, with the German signing of the Armistice.) Veterans Day is not to be confused with Memorial Day; Veterans Day celebrates the service of all of veterans, while Memorial Day is a day of remembering the men and women who died while serving.[1] http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Veterans_Dayhttp://tinaspicstory.blogspot.com.au/2012/05/weekend-flowers-45.htmlhttp://blueberrycraftandhobbytime.blogspot.com/p/join-my-photo-challenge-flowers-on.htmlhttp://floralfridayfoto.blogspot.co.nz/ Continue reading →
Munch Cooking

Munch Cooking 11 hours ago

Kiwi Mummy Blogs review – Munch Cookbook and Milk Silk Nursing Scarf - A while back the ladies at Kiwi Mummy Blogs sent us a couple of items from Munch Cupboard  to review, both involving baby (and family) meal times. The items we received were a copy of Munch Cookbook by Anna Bordignon – full of seasonal recipes for baby and family;  and a Milk Silk Nursing Scarf.... The post Kiwi Mummy Blogs review – Munch Cookbook and Milk Silk Nursing Scarf appeared first on Munch Cooking. Continue reading →
Latte Junkie

Latte Junkie 11 hours ago

In passing, your seats got wet. - in passing, your seats got wet.in passing, I saw you framed in the green of the car door,you sat,elbows on kneeshands wrapped together.you wept,shoulders shakingoblivious to the passing traffic.your tie was skew,your shoelace undoneas you sat outside t... Continue reading →

latteslacedwithgrace 12 hours ago

The Last Post: Honouring them from sunrise to sunset - This isn’t my last post. But most wil be familiar with the music ‘The Last Post’, a bugle or trumpet call that featured prominently at Anzac Day Dawn Services around the country this morning. I must confess that I’m not much of a morning person, so I have never ventured out to a Dawn Service, […] Continue reading →
One Passion One Devotion

One Passion One Devotion 12 hours ago

Three Things - there are 3 things about God that i come back to again and again.  like my default position, my default setting.   1.  God is good.  in all things and in all circumstances HE is good.  the circumstance may be hard but i know that God is good and that He will turn all things […] Continue reading →
A little moment

A little moment 12 hours ago

Five on Friday – Remembering the ANZACs - Talking to your kids about ANZAC Day is the ideal way to make way them proud of their country, aware of the freedoms we have and the price our forebears paid  These poppies are a fun craft activity for ANZAC day It ‘s about Australians, but the film Gallipoli is a moving way for older […] The post Five on Friday – Remembering the ANZACs appeared first on A little moment. Continue reading →
Sunshine x 3

Sunshine x 3 12 hours ago

The smiles returning to the faces… - Have a great weekend everyone.L xx Continue reading →
the adventures of MNMs

the adventures of MNMs 13 hours ago

Things I’m Loving: The Awesomeness of LEGO, A Dog’s Show Memories, and Stunning Sand Art - I wholeheartedly believe that no matter what is happening in your life, there is always something you can be thankful for..no matter how simple it is.Feel good inside With so much icky stuff that goes on out there in the big wide world, scenes lik... Continue reading →
Create Hope Inspire

Create Hope Inspire 13 hours ago

Hold Your Nose I’m Sailing - The trip home from Kangaroo Island started with a short ferry trip. No probs - the one there was fast and easy.Not so much on the way home.when you leave the dock and the boat starts whooshing up and down so violently that your 2 children laugh and car... Continue reading →
Blairs Boys

Blairs Boys 14 hours ago

In remembrance … - Today we celebrate ANZAC Day. It is a day to commemorate and remember those who were killed in war, fighting for our country and our freedom. We also honour returned soldiers who risked so much as they served in battle. Sometimes we go as a family to an ANZAC parade or service. In previous years […] Continue reading →