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Interview

Natasha Batsford

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Natasha Batsford, The Maybe Diaries

http://www.maybediaries.com

No. of Kids: Three, Alfie (5), Esme (3) and Miss Olive (18 months)

Current Location: We moved to Wellington from the UK a year ago

What’s your blog all about? My blog is about family, children, being a working mama,and the slow voyage of discovery we have made from mainstream to attachment parenting

Why did you start blogging? I started writing when we were trying for a baby as a  way to stop myself going crazy will all these thoughts of “will it happen?” and “what kind of parent will I be?”

What is your favourite part about blogging? The fact that I have so much of our history as a family recorded now. I love looking back and seeing the journey we have come on.

How do you manage juggling family life with blogging? I am blessed to work full time which means I have lunch breaks and bus journeys. I have to be organised to get my writing done in those small windows but I mostly manage it.

Any advice to new/other bloggers? Write your own story, with your own voice. It is so easy to get drawn into the “professional” side of blogging but what will attract people to your site, and keep them reading is hearing your passionate voice.

Top 3 favourite posts from your blog?
That’s a bit like having to choose a favourite child! OK This one is one of the moments I had a parenting

  1. First up the epiphany
  2. This one id the story of how I finally got a beautiful, healing birth.
  3. This one is my reflections on the saviour that is social media.

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