Are Mom Bloggers ethical?

  Now, before you get your panties in a bunch, I am not against mom bloggers. I am a mom blogger myself and blog almost everyday at www.thismamasays.com. I created this entire web site based off some content I had read online about how “unethical” mom bloggers are becoming.   ...more

You Are Not Worthy of my Gravy Boat

This weekend's yard sale? Absolutely, the last time I will put my life out onto the lawn and beg people to find it interesting enough to make me an offer on. I mean, really, that's what's going on here.  And when nobody makes any offers on the bits of pieces of your very being that are lying in the grass like so much flotsam and jetsam (is it really like flotsam and jetsam?...more

Chicago, Chicago

...more

Is there such thing as a "mom blogging community" and are there "rules" to being a part of it?

The talk of mom bloggers as a community is not new.  In fact, I have written more than once about the "community" and how often it supports those who are a part of it.  However, what exactly defines it as a community?  I have my own answers to that one, but in order to get a feel for what other people think, I asked the question on Twitter to discover the thoughts of other bloggers.  I was not surprised by the answers.  I was surprised by the amount of private emails and messages that came my way.  Why is this a topic to being discussed in back channels? ...more

One of my reasons for blogging is to get my brain going again...  all the change in hormones ...more

First Post with a Question for Mom Bloggers

I'm new to posting on BlogHer but I'm not new to writing about being a mom. As I've slogged through the experience of blogging, I've slowly opened myself up to the vast world of other moms on the web. When my daughter was born two and a half years ago, I realized how important this online world can be for parents of children born with differences. ...more