MummyPages was established in 2009 and quickly became popular with mums who liked our down to earth style and commentary on issues that affect parents and kids.  MummyPages and its sister brand MagicMum has UK and Ireland visitors of some 3.75 million unique users monthly (November 2015).
 
We listened to our community who said they wanted a website that they could identify with and that brought them content dealing with issues relevant for mums and families and information on relevant products and services. The community also wanted the rich content, like that they had been used to reading on non-niche sites, about the stages of a child's life from 'Getting Pregnant', all the way through 'Pregnancy' and then each key stage of the child's life including 'Newborn & Baby', 'Toddler', 'Preschooler' and right up to the teenage years.  In April 2011, we relaunched MummyPages.co.uk as a full service website delivering this strong rich content, whilst retaining and strengthening our blog origins by introducing guest bloggers to the site.
 
At the core of our work is a belief that, while all parents should strongly consider the advice of experts in various fields, most parents have the ability to determine what is right or wrong for their child.
 
We hope you enjoy the site but if you have any suggestions, feel free to email to hello [at] mummypages.co.uk
 
Love, 
The MummyPages team
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