Introducing: The home edition

So I’ve been back from my holiday for less than a week and it’s already time to step aside and hand some Mother’s Right limelight to you lot. Don’t say I never give you anything.

And in yet another act of unspeakable generosity, I’ll give a little recap as to what Introducing actually is. This is for anyone who’s new here, or who just hasn’t been paying attention.

Every Tuesday I send out an elephant-style trumpet for new friends. This is your chance to email me and introduce yourself. Then on Thursday, I pick three new friends (for this, read “blogs”) to bring to the rest of the blogosphere. The rules are simple but strict. All you have to do is email me with a link to your blog, but the limit is three a week. Anymore than that and I fear my brain will explode.

If you missed the sterling job Frau Fancy did holding the fort while I was away, catch up here and here. She brought us some brilliant new blogs and proved she’s as capable of work as the rest of us non-fancy lot.

So, this week the choices are mine. Oh, the power…

Circus Queen

For a funny, honest and thought-provoking read about pregnancy, this is the woman to visit. Circus Queen is on the eve of giving birth to her first child and writes so engagingly about her journey through pregnancy, I am as excited about the birth of her baby as I am any “real life” friends I know! What’s more, she lives in Bristol, which is where I’m from, earning her a big Introducing bonus point.

Her Melness Speaks Out

OK, so my daughter’s only ten months old. But I’m a regular visitor to this blog to see what lovely situations lie in wait for me when she becomes a teenager. Her Melness calls the subject of her blog The Gibberish Generation and writes about teenagers, parenting, relationships, the menopause…all sorts really. She has a raft of tips and anecdotes for living with teens, such as some must-read and very funny insights into how to tell if your child is lying. I’m personally storing all this as ammo to use once I make it through the baby years.

Not Missing Out

This is the go-to blog for anyone who needs to follow a lactose or gluten free diet. With recipes like Easter Bunny biscuits and Nachos, I defy anyone to leave this space without feeling slightly peckish.

That’s your lot for this week. Don’t forget to come back on Tuesday to answer my call for next week’s Introducing stars.

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6 responses to “Introducing: The home edition

  1. Well, *takes a bow* what a lovely write-up. Thank you. Circus Queen’s poignant to funny observations I was already aware of, but not ‘Not Missing Out’. This knowledge has come at a great time to tell a friend of mine who is facing this challenge in her life. What a great series.

  2. Ooh la la! I couldn’t have asked for a lovelier introduction on a lovelier blog! It’s always double the compliment when you get praised by someone whose writing you enjoy, so ta very much, my dear. You’re from Bristol, eh? I knew there was something I liked about you.

    Likewise, I’m familiar with HerMelness but need to head over and check out ‘Not Missing Out’ as my mother-in-law’s healer (or something) has put her off wheat.

  3. Okay, I couldn’t take it. I am still riding your coat tails. C’mon over and see. 🙂 And I’ll go say hi to your new friends too. x

  4. Pingback: Introducing: The May edition | Mother's Always Right

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