You can read more about our lovely Miffy Mums Group below:
I’m Jane Foster and I run a small business in Devon called Jane Foster Designs selling Scandinavian inspired quirky toys, screen prints, cushions and bags. I design everything from my studio and screen print almost everything myself. All the toys and cushions are made here in Devon by myself (and sometimes a few other local women) thus keeping the carbon footprint down. My partner Jim also helps with the business and is incredibly supportive. We have a seven year old daughter who also loves being creative in our studio and playing with the toys!
I’ve had two craft books published by Pavilion books (Fun With Fabric and Creative Craft With Kids) and my first two pre-school books are being published May 2015 by Templar books. Around 20 of my prints are published by The Art Group.
I am a Londoner who blogs about: crafting with my children, sewing, baking, upcycling and I’m always thinking about what to make next!
Yorkshire lass turned surrogate Essex girl. I’m a busy Mum to three. By day, I work as a Special Educational Needs Co Coordinator in a Pre School and by night, Miffy will always hold a special place in my heart.
My name is Rachel, I am a Mum of two boys and blog at U, Me and the Kids.
I have been a Miffy fan since I was a little girl. My Mum used to read Miffy tales to me at bedtime and I have done the same for my boys too!
I’m Swazi, wife to a lovely man, mother to two hilarious, adorable boys and human to an errant cat. Blogger, radio presenter and yoga teacher. I’ve worked as a public speaker, a trainer, an equality advisor and a fundraiser. All of this has been of no help whatsoever in dealing with kiddie tantrums and feline dramas. In the spaces in between all of this chaos I teach yoga. As a lifelong fan of Miffy I’m delighted to be a Miffy Mum and can’t wait to celebrate her special birthday with my family and friends.
I’m Chantelle, a stay at home mum living in Kent with my 4 daughters and a very outnumbered husband, when I get free time from the madness that is family life, I like to blog about our lives, our loves and all the things in between.
One of our loves happens to be Miffy! My girls and I have read many of her stories together, those books have provided much needed family activities for us.
I’m Jocelyn, a mum of two, a 5 year old daughter and a 2 year old son. I’m a SAHM and a blogger, with a penchant for gardening, a love of history, and a passion for books, reading and stationery.
I love Miffy as her tales are classics, I enjoyed them when I was a child, and now I get to re-live them and introduce them to my children.
I’m a busy Stay at Home Mum from Lancashire and I’ve been blogging since late 2011 when my first son was a toddler. Two more children later I am now the proud mum of Bud, 5, LM, 2 and my new arrival Little E, who was born in May 2015.
We’re a busy family who love being outdoors, camping and days out. In the next year I’m looking forward to sharing Little E’s newborn days through all of those important first year milestones, and adding in a good mix of potty training and toddler tribulations with LM, as well as Bud’s journey into Year One at school.
I’m a serial blogging, coffee drinking, cupcake making and crocheting mum of two with a huge passion for music. When I’m not running around after my daughters BG and Little Miss, I’m a freelance social media and content manager.
I’m Niki, a stay at home Mum and former teacher living in London (but originally from Canada). I love to find fun and exciting ways to play and learn at home with my little boy and baby girl every day. We play games, do crafts and activities, read books, explore the outdoors and love to travel together as a family.
I’m Hannah, a Blogger and Mama to two slightly crazy children under four: “Busby” (born 2012) and “Indy” (born 2015). My passions include tea, cake, crafting and reading copious amounts of books.
I’m a stay at home mum to our 15 month old boy, Rowan. We live in Hampshire having moved down from Lancashire four years ago.I decided to start a blog to try and keep me sane, keep the old grey matter alive, keep my creative side flowing and keep using my marketing skills and yet unused journalism degree. My blog is all about my family and I, our adventures, bringing up baby and being a stay at home mum.