My five favourite mums

It's Day 4 of the Write Tribe's super initiative '7 days of rediscovering your blogging grove' Where we blog seven days in a row according to a format. The idea is inspired by Darren Rowse. We've done a list , answered a question, written a review  and today, we share our favourite links.

And so here I am, listing links from five wonderful mothers who I enjoy reading. This in no way is a comprehensive list.

The blog chronicles the homeschooling journey of 8 year old Pari by her mother Rashmie. It is a wonderful mix of learning and fun, art and activities, music and photography. And it's a storehouse of ideas on teaching kids, talking to them and reaching out to them.

I have blogged about the mad momma earlier. A more straight-from-the-heart, no nonsense blog you'll not find. This isn't strictly a mommy blog because the mad momma writes pretty much about anything that catches her fancy. But it's all immensely relatable.

This one's my 'go to' place for crafts, activities, recipes, DIYs. It's crammed with creative fun ideas on every topic under the sun.

This one kicked off as a baby-book by stay-at-home mom Jill Smokler. I love it for it's irreverent take on parenting. It's funny and witty and useful. I love the listicles posted here. There is even a confessional where you can spill all your bad-momma feelings.

Momofrs' blog Mothering Multiples was one of the first few blogs I started reading after I got back to the real world post the twins' arrival in my life. Here's another lady who writes from the heart and is unflinchingly honest - too unflinchingly honest sometimes. She has twins, like me; a boy and a girl - like me and it's super fun to read her stories which seem sometimes like an uncanny retelling of my own.

So there, those are my favourite links.
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