My Britmums Adventure in Photos

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This weekend I went to London to see an private Endocrinologist and attend BritMums Live. BritMums was an amazing experience and I loved it. Meeting some of my favourite bloggers and good friends was really nice and I just loved being able to see so many people all in one day.

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Me, Esther from Inside Out and About and Sarah from Twins Make Five

I plan to write a post on the tips I learnt at some point but today I’d like to share photos and selfies with some of my blogging friends. After all these are bloggers have supported me on my blogging Journey and helped me to be a better blogger through their friendships.


Me and Becky from Cuddlefairy

It was wonderful to finally meet Becky who flew all the way from Ireland. Until Saturday we had only been online friends, now we have finally met. I had a chance to meet plenty of Inspiring Bloggers who write about difficulties and campaign for things they are passionate about just like me.


Me and Lousie from Little Hearts Big Love. Louise is a Heart Mummy her eldest daughter was born with heart problems and Louise is an inspiration in this area.


Leigh from HeadSpace Perspective is Mother to Hugo who passed away at 35 days. Leigh writes an Inspiring blog which helps others and was alongside me in the Inspire Shortlist for the BIB Awards


Oana blogs at Mama’s Haven and is a Mother who lost her son Georgie in 2014. Oana is another inspiring blogger who brought tears to many eyes as she shared her experience with everyone in her keynote speech.

I was able to meet some of my social media buddies, Bloggers I enjoy engaging with on social media am building friendships with and who I chat to and learn from. There were so many great people, but it was great to meet Aby, Amy and Harriet. Harriet has a Puppy called Yoda just like us! She has to be cool right!


I met so many of my online friends, I simply could not write about them all but it was a fabulous day and I’m so happy to have attended BritMums even if it takes a while to recover. It was really nice.

At the BIB Awards I sat with My Kid Doesn’t Poop Rainbows and Run Jump Scrap and Mum in Brum.

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Last but not least I got to meet some blogging favourites, Donna from What the Red Head Said, Vicki from Honest Mum and Emily From A Mummy Too.


It was a fantastic day and I love meeting everyone. Later this week I will share the tips I learnt, for anyone interested.

A mummy too

Angela Milnes is a Qualified Early Years Teacher who has specialised in Preschool and Kindergarten teaching. She has a wealth of experience teaching young children and is passionate about kids crafts and having fun as a family. Angela has also taught cooking skills and loves to share both family recipes and easy crafts here on The Inspiration Edit. Follow her on Pinterest!

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    1. I know. I feel the same. I guess there are so many fantastic people and bloggers and we are all chatting a lot and not enough time or energy to get everywhere 🙂

  1. Ahhhh… Gutted I didn’t get to say hi! It was an amazing event.. Just so crazy and busy 🙂

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