Claire Winlow – founder of Red Kite Days, blogger, Mum of 3 boisterous boys and lover of adventures, builder’s tea and days warm enough not to need a coat.
Red Kite Days started out very much as a hobby to share reviews on fun days out and what’s on guides for kids, especially during the school holidays.
Emma Reed – a blogger, freelance writer and self-published author from Hampshire. A Mother to 2, Emma’s blog has flourished and she covers a wide variety of topics from parenting to babies, prematurity to breastfeeding, home and garden, the highs and lows of being a Mum and honest accounts of her real-life experiences.
Check out Emma’s guest blog posts on Red Kite Days. Born Too Soon – what happens when you have a premature baby and Identifying Teething Symptoms and Coping with them.
Jackie Meek lives in Oxfordshire and is a qualified life coach with a passion to see mums move from surviving to thriving. Her coaching sessions are calm and inspiring, giving her mum clients the time to stop and think clearly about how they want to bring about change and to help them to find balance as they juggle family and work. Jackie runs a group coaching programme called Bird Table Mums and works with mums on a 1:1 basis either face to face or online. Check out her guest blog post Unplug from Technology and Plug In to our Kids and The Luxury of an Accountability Buddy.
Emma Kisby is a blogger living in Berkshire, Mum of two, coffee addict and good at sleeping. Check out her blog where she shares the things in her life from fashion and health to family and lifestyle. Follow on Instgram, Facebook and Twitter and check out her review of a family day at Cliveden.
David writes at DadLifeLessons.com and is on Dad journey with 4 kids (currently under 10 years of age) and an amazing wife. He writes about Dad Life, Funny Lessons, Money, Tech and even meals. If you want to follow along on social media you can on Twitter or Instagram. Read his top tips for dinner time questions to get the family talking here.
Emma is an experienced nanny, starting out at 18 working in France . She has looked after many children, 9 sets of twins, some from newborn, and has also worked in paediatrics for the NHS alongside her nanny jobs.
After working for high profile families all around the world, Emma and her partner decided to settle down in England and set up Horizon Nannies. Both in a bid to help families and wonderful nannies find each other, and also so that when it was my turn to have children, she could dedicate her attention to them fully. With so much childcare knowledge, you should check out her guest blog posts on how to find the perfect nanny and why the naughty step doesn’t work.