The BiBs are not far away now and we are very excited about them! We are so proud to be sponsoring the Inspire category.
The Inspire category bloggers have a healthy attitude toward life and their enthusiasm encourages everyone around them. They are seen as leaders in their field and their inspiration is felt through the community.
The finalists have now been announced and we will find out the winner on June 22nd.
They are all amazing bloggers and we thought you should get to know them a little better.
A Boy with Aspergers is written by Claire and documents her and her children’s journey.
As well, as documenting my journey through life with a child on the spectrum, while sharing content on autism, mental health,special educational needs and more, I will be writing about my life as a parent in general, posting extracts of my sometimes crazy and very random days as a mum of three. These articles could be based on anything from potty training to fun, or even disastrous days out.
Her latest post Why Don’t You Believe Me shows just how tough having a child with Asperger’s can be.
Crystal Jigsaw is written by farmer Kathryn and she writes about her life on farm, her daughter Amy who has autism and anything else that catches her attention.
I love writing posts about blogging, and I especially love having a good rant. This is the place I get stuff off my chest. You may not like what you read or you may not agree with it, but I welcome your comments and encourage debates. So long as they don’t get too heated. I’m a wuss you see, and walk away from confrontation.
Read her latest post Milestone and you can’t help but smile.
Doing It All For Aleyna is all about Alenya who has Global Developmental Delay and Microcephaly.
I am often asked why I write this blog….
It started because my husband was away paragliding in Turkey. My husband and I spend a large amount of our time secretly laughing at the bonkers and quite often, inappropriate things that Aleyna comes out with. With him being away I didn’t have anyone to laugh with.
If you want a good laugh read Said the Actress to the Bishop.
Downs Side up is written by mother of two Hayley, her youngest daughter has Down’s Syndrome.
Thoughts and experiences for those involved in raising a child with Down’s Syndrome. We are gently changing perceptions from within hearts. Down’s Syndrome really is beautiful and not to be feared.
We dare you to read Photo Gallery of Hope and not have a tear in your eye.
Mummy Whisperer is written my mother of two Lisa who helps mums enjoy being mums.
My blog is all about how I tackle the regular challenges of my family. It’s honest, sometimes funny, maybe a little challenging and definitely a different way of looking at life.
It’s inspired by my life (although I admit I keep some stuff private out of respect to friends/family), my friends and my clients. I like to be honest about my challenges and show both the challenge and how I resolve it, rather than some parenting coaches who prefer to show a more perfect image. So I’ve found it both cathartic for me to write and also a brilliant way for me to reach more Mums than I can 1to1.
Read Lisa’s Top Tips For Getting Your Energy Back Fast.
Not Even a Bag of Sugar is written by Kylie and is about her son Cory who was born at 27 Weeks.
I started blogging as therapy, as I was being treated for Post Traumatic Stress Disorder following our experiences. As I continued to write, I found that there was a gap in information for pregnant women, and for those who have had babies too small, too sick, too soon, that is information by parents for parents on premature babies and problem pregnancies.
We recommend you read PTSD – The Elephant In the Blog
Walking with Angels is written by Sarah where she writes about loss of her daughter Livvy and gives other inspiration.
Life hasn’t been easy for us as a family we suffered the terrible loss of Livvy our third daughter. In 2008 she lost her battle with Rett Syndrome. Our hearts are forever broken. Livvy changed who we were, she showed us how to love life and create memories. Losing her nearly destroyed us. I thank God every day for his never ending strength.
Read Sarah’s inspiring post Acceptance.
Was This In the Plan? Is written by mum of 4 Stephanie, her youngest child Daisy has Costello Syndrome and her oldest son Theo has asperger’s.
My life has been turned upside down and I have had to question and and confront so many things about my life and the situation I have found myself in. This blog is about my rollercoaster parenting journey and how I (just about) manage to hold it all together……..or at least try to
One of her recent posts I have Costello Syndrome , Costello Syndrome does not have me is heart-warming.
We hope you found them all inspiring we do!
We shall be bringing you all the news from BritMums Live and the awards.