About us

Milk Drunk Diary was launched in early 2015 when I became a ‘Mom’ for the first time to my son Boo. My good friend and co-founder Aidan, coerced me into sharing my experiences with other likeminded parents, to give them a relatable voice

As my baby grew so did the blog. Now with a fully-fledged pre-schooler, we recently relaunched to focus on family travel and lifestyle features, reaching an audience of more than 30,000 followers.

Simply put, our ethos is to provide inspiration and insight!

From Miami to Madrid, Sardinia to South Africa, we love travelling as a family and sharing our experiences, insight and stories. Luxury travel is your thing, and ours too!

We also bring interesting lifestyle issues to the fore – from supporting working mums to beauty trends for tired ‘mombies’.

Finally, why Milk Drunk? Well it’s an inside quip that only parents will understand – that totally loveable yet woozy look on a baby’s face when they’re full to the brim and totally satisfied. It evokes a mixture of love and laughter, and that’s exactly what we hope to bring to you.

Stay up to date with us on Twitter, Instagram and Facebook @milkdrunkdiary.com

Sophia Walker is the Editor of Milk Drunk Diary and contributes to the Huffington Post Parents, Brit Mums and Bloggers Required. A professional copywriter, Sophia also ghost writes for a number of SMEs, blogs and brands, mainly in marketing, travel and wellbeing. She lives with her husband, son and pet hamster in London! You can get in touch at milkdrunkmum@gmail.com

Collaborations

We’re proud ambassadors for Hasbro Toys and Icelolly.com. We also work with brands on campaigns and partnerships, including; Play-doh, Fontainebleau Hotels, Silver Cross, Marks & Spencer, Clinique and many more, which you can see in our media pack here >>>.

Disclaimer

Milk Drunk Diary is an editorial blogzine based in the UK. We buy, borrow and receive products to test and review. Our opinions are always honest and our own.

We adhere to the same conduct as the print media and to google’s policies. On occasion names of people are changed to respect their privacy. We are grateful to sites such as Pexels for providing copyright free images.