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  • 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

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Just Added

  • Nesting in the Country
    'Nesting in the Country' is my personal blog. Here you will find blog posts about our building adventure, rural living, my pregnancy and experiences as a first time mum. I will also share my passion for exploring new healthy recipes and vegetarian cooking

  • Wanaka Baby Blog
    Travelling with youngsters can be everything from delightful, to frightful. I have decided to write a blog of some of my experiences to encourage others about the wonders of travelling with small ones, and to share some hints and stories along the way.

  • The Errant Parent
    The Errant Parent focuses on the humorous side of parenting. It's full of wonderful true-to-life stories and anecdotes about first time mom, McKenzie, raising her eleven month old son...

  • Happy Talk
    Our family personal development in areas of faith family finance and fitness.

  • Little Traveller Things
    My blog is about travel with a baby and other little lifestyle things that catch my eye. I love sharing photos of little daily life things; home, lifestyle, fashion and street photography from around the world.

  • Sadie and Co
    Inspiring you to capture and create life's love-filled moments

  • Building a nest egg
    Building a nest egg is the story of our wee family's journey to pay off $30,000 in 12 months, buy a house and build up a nest egg.

  • This Coull Chick
    A blog about book, art, crafts and kids.

  • Happy Mom Happy Life
    A place for me to share thoughts about womanhood and mommyhood.

  • The Goose's Bridle - Blog
    Mum to three boys, Interior Designer/Property Stylist and DIYer. When inspiration hits I take lots of photos and then I'll write about it.

  • The SugarTrade
    Delicious recipes sweetened with glucose, rice syrup, honey and fruit, + savoury snack alternatives.

  • One Black Robin
    I sew, cross stitch, make fabric art and compulsively create. I blog a new creation at least once weekly.

  • The motherhood project
    The Motherhood Project is made up of a series of ventures to get mothers talking a little bit more honestly to each other, to make PND more acceptable to talk about, to accept that motherhood is hard work and sad and mundane as well as rewarding and fun.

  • ALBA ROSA - artisan soaps and more
    I'm a soapmaker, but don't just write about soap. The blog is slowly evolving to include craft, recipes and a littke about life in general.

  • A kiwi mumma
    The everyday ramblings of a first time mum living in beautiful rural New Zealand.

  • Surviving Domestication
    Surviving Domestication is my journey of discovering what I find best for my baby girl, bringing the efficiency of my work life to running my household, creating delicious healthy but cost effective meals and featuring various design projects...

  • Erena Te Paa
    I am a stylist, wife and mumma to be and I have recently taken my blog from a service based website to a blog and information focussed site. My goal and passion is to share genuinely useful, oringal and valuable content to my readers using what I know.

  • My Life As A Series Of Status Updates
    I am a Kiwi stay at home mummy to two small children. I was a Nanny for many years and assumed this would be more than enough to prepare me for motherhood. How wrong I was!

  • Hello Motherhood
    Everyone has stories to share. Sometimes it's enough to share them once, sometimes we need or want to share them more. The journey of motherhood contains many stories.

  • The Ramblings of a Multi-tasking Mama
    I started the blog to keep my family (all in Aussie) abreast of what the kids were up to whilst I was home schooling them, etc. It sort of has changed a bit of focus becoming more personal at times but still it's more of a family diary.