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The top 4 Kids Bloggers we think you should follow

Our top 4 kids bloggers we think you should follow

Make, Do & Push!

What they say about them:
Make, Do & Push! is an award-winning UK parenting blog set in the beautiful East Riding of Yorkshire. Written by Hannah, MD&P! is all about life in the wilderness of Motherhood. Whether you’re expecting your first child, or you’re old hat at parenting, I hope you’ll find something here that’s relatable and that keeps you reading.

Website:    Instagram       Facebook


Junior Style

What they say about them:
Junior Style is the leading kids fashion blog and online destination for independent children's fashion globally. We showcase the latest in children's fashion—from iconic luxury brands to boutique retailers and emerging labels.

Website: .     Instagram       Facebook


Chalk Kids

What they say about them:
Chalk Kids is a UK parenting blog, dedicated to modern families. We aim to bring you the best in little fashion, crafty DIY’s, honest product reviews and scrummy recipes. There’s also plenty for the style conscious mum, from inspiring interiors, the low down from other mothers and on-the-go fashion and beauty tips. We hope you’ll enjoy spending a few minutes (cuppa in hand) browsing through the latest features and discovering new things that are outside the ordinary.
We value your opinion so please feel free to join in the conversation by leaving your comments and thoughts under the articles. Alternatively, you’re welcome to chat and ask questions on any of our social media accounts found on our sidebar. If you’d like to send us an e-mail our contact and submission details can be found at the bottom of the site. We look forward to hearing from you – Thanks for stopping by CK!

Website:    Instagram       Twitter       Facebook


The Mummy Adventure

What they say about them:
My name is Bex and together with my partner in crime Ed, we are navigating the adventure that is parenting our four small people.  I never thought I would have children in my twenties and certainly not four of them, but here I am at 30 with a small tribe of mini humans that all call me Mummy (and sometimes Muuuuuuuuummmmmy).

Website: .   Instagram       Facebook

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