Not the best picture in the world, but this was taken on MadDad’s phone on Sunday evening after a week of sickness in TheMadHouse. The reason I chose this is it is in stark contrast to the the images that Josie, Sian and Eva (working with Save the Children) who travelled to to Bangladesh on this Sunday will see. 9 million children under 5 die from illness like my family suffered from last week, just look a this post about the children in Addin Hospital .
At the end of August 3 influential UK mummy bloggers will be heading to Bangladesh with Save the Children to see first hand the work they do first hand. Sian, Mummy-Tips and on twitter @mummytips Josie, Sleep is for the Weak and on twitter @porridgebrain Eva, Nixdminx and on twitter @nixdminx Every year almost 9 million children under the age of five die, most of them from preventable illnesses such as diarrhoea, pneumonia and malaria. Why are they going to Bangladesh? At the end of September Nick Clegg will be at the UN Summit in New York. Ten years ago world leaders set targets, called Millennium Development Goals , to reduce poverty, hunger and disease. By going more »