The “Mumblings” are a collection of our own blogs, guest entries, interesting articles and anything else that we like the look of!

If you would like to write a guest blog on any parenting or local issue then we would love to hear from you. Please submit it to us via the ‘contact us’ page.

Here are the links to some more blogs that mumbler loves

North and Soul by our very own mumbler, Gillian Bruce.

The Future of Downs Written by an amazing and inspirational friend of Mumbler, Helen Kingdon.

Shrinking Violet in the ‘gate A fantastic local lifestyle local blog. Check out the article about Mumbler! (biased? Us?!)

Areyoukiddingney Another of our amazing Mumbler mums, Elizabeth Dimelow.

Spring Forward to Better Sleep!

As we head towards one of the bi-annual events that strikes fear through the hearts of all parents, THE CLOCK CHANGE, Jo Butterworth local Sleep Nanny Consultant shares her advice on how to make it a smoother transition. Hi there I’m Jo, mum to two wonderful (and demanding) young children and a Certified Sleep Nanny…

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All about a Mother Like No Other

Read about Becky and find out what inspired her to start her business, Mother Like No Other. About you…  How long have you lived in Norfolk?  I’ve lived in Norfolk for just over 4 years now.  We moved here from Bristol after a year of travelling around Japan, New Zealand, and along the West coast…

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How to get the Mumbler ‘App’*

A while ago I was asked if there’d be a Mumbler App, and the answer is no.  Apps often lose functionality or you can’t access the same level of information, which would be no good for Mumbler parents! So, I’ve made a video showing you how to get a Norwich Mumbler App icon on your…

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British Science Week – Experiments to do with your Mini Mumblers

To mark British Science Week and Norwich Mumbler Women’s Month we have a guest blog from Dr Lucy Catto, a research scientist, mum, STEM Ambassador and owner of Mini Professors Norwich.  Science is all around us! This is our motto at Mini Professors (preschool science classes) because we can’t escape the fact that science affects…

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Win a Family ticket to The East Anglian Game & Country Fair

The 2018 East Anglian Game & Country Fair will take place on Saturday the 28th & Sunday 29th April at the prestigious Euston Estate, near Thetford, home of The Duke & Duchess of Grafton. Norwich Mumbler has teamed up with The East Anglian Game & Country Fair to provide you with the chance to win a…

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Best Beginnings

Best Beginnings was set up to tackle child health inequality and envisages a world in which all children in the UK have the best possible start in life. Our approach is based on the evidence that well-informed and confident parenting, particularly from conception to a child’s third birthday, are more significant than income or background…

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Books Talk Back – Isabelle King

Everyone’s got a book in them. The difficulty is getting it out there! We often spend much time writing alone which can feel like a solitary activity (at the kitchen table with vast quantities of tea and biscuits if you’re me!) Of course, it’s always helpful to chat to other writers and share your work…

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Mumbler Reviews: Afternoon Tea & Spa at Park Farm Hotel & Leisure

Let’s face it, if going to the supermarket by yourself feels like a holiday, being invited to enjoy spa facilities and an afternoon tea for 2 feels like an all-inclusive trip to the Maldives! Mr Mumbler, lover of spas and food, jumped at the chance to come with me (there has to be some perks…

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Mother’s Day: What’s On

  I have been SCOURING the internet to find as many Mother’s Day related things as possible so you can pick and choose how you might want to celebrate the day with your little ones.  (If you want it to be a surprise then I suggest casually leaving this blog post open for your partner…

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Build a Bottle Bird Feeder

An indoor activity idea plus you’ll be helping the birds out during these snowy days… Check out the RSPB bird identifier to find out which birds are visiting your garden. Source: Sainsbury’s Bank – Money Matters

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