The Best of The British Mummy Bloggers Carnival

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Hi and welcome to the Carnival! I can't quite believe my time to host has come round so quickly. I remember applying to host it months and months ago and now my time has arrived slap bang in the middle of me moving house! That's why I'm posting a day early because I'm posting from the library - since my oven doesn't yet work (there is a knob missing) let alone my computer. But I am putting this together for your pleasure while I look forward to later savouring a delicious [not] slice of microwave pizza!

I've had a blast reading the entries, and now it's your turn, show your fellow bloggers some love and leave them a comment, find a new blog you haven't read before, (I know I have). So pour yourself a cuppa, or in my case a glass of Pinot Grigio, and enjoy!

First up is Bloggertropolis pondering what it would be like to have sex with Nigella

Cherished by Me posts about the pressure new mums are under to lose weight

Notes From Home ponders that this was not the sex education she planned on teaching!

Mummy Musings posts about how toys are biased towards gender and how she tries to rebel against this trend

Clare at Crumbs Feed Your Family has penned a side splitting open letter to Gordon Ramsay

Emma dishes on Mummybloggergate and confesses a rather unusual encounter at her dentists - she wants your stories too!

Pippa at A Mother's Ramblings wonders whether Dora The Explorer taught her boy to spell

Hayley at has been thinking about how bittersweet Accident and Emergency departments can be

A Modern Military Mother celebrates A Medal of Honor and A Royal Wedding

Sandy Calico reflects on the fact that there may be more than one version of beauty

Heather at Note From Lapland wonders whether British Women wear too much makeup

Bianca at Bigword's Blog reveals what men really talk about when they're on the toilet

Cocktails at Naptime writes a letter to Santa about what new mums don't want for Christmas

Cass at The Diary of a Frugal Family offers some great tips on shrinking down your monthly budget

Observations of Mrs. Average explains how bad parenting days are just as frequent as bad hair days in the Average household.

Mid 30s Life gives us her take on the Twilight Saga

Vegetmitevix is stressing out like mad about her imminent holiday and whether she can control the weather

Kellogsville dishes on how working from home sometimes involves going up in flames

Sarah from Catching the Magic posts about a British couple on their travels around Wellington, with a baby and four year old in tow

Emma at A Matter of Choice posts on an Unusual Proposal of Marriage

Tea Drinking Mum shares a Toy Store Story

Hazel at Hot Cross Mum wittily rewrites 'A Few of My Favourite Things' as 'Mother's Lament'

NurtureStore shows how to transform a load of old junk into an amazing model riding stables

Misssy M reveals how Twitter Is The New Toilet Wall