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El diario bilingüe de Natsu (Spain)


an online community of urbanMamas in Portland, OR ...more

A Conservatory of One

A Conservatory of One is a writer's resource and exercise blog. Occassionally, it also serves as the publisher's space for social commentary and a venue to share her writing endeavors with the world. ...more

Mom on the Rise

My Life. My Family. My World. My Thoughts. That's all. Somtimes I am insightful. Sometimes I'm silly. Most of the time I'm rambling. ...more


True confessions from the everyday life of a sorta shallow Christian mom. ...more

Amy King's Blog

Brooklyn-based poet, Amy King, monologues on poetry, politics, pop culture, people of the living variety (mostly), and passion a la a burning desire. Peace peeps. "Star-light, what is star-light, star-light is a little light that is not always mentioned with the sun, it is mentioned with the moon and the sun, it is mixed up with the rest of the time." --Gertrude Stein, "Tender Buttons" ...more

My Name is Kate

Wire Monkey Mother

Unholy ranting, ill-informed musings, exhausted blathering, always with plenty of snark, stories of how we're not doing right by our child, and knitting. Welcome to the world of a liberal in the ston ...more

Deborah Woehr

Writing about my books, artwork, family, etc. ...more

Mother of the Year

Mother of the Year began as a contest with my sister and me. We recognized that as first time parents we did some pretty dumb things with our children yet they were no worse for the wear. We, on the other hand, felt like we were just the worst Mom's because of what had happened - and vowed to be better along the way. Everytime we did something worthy of noting, we would call one another to fess our tale. The Mother of the Year program has morphed into stories about the amazing and magical things that kids do, mine in particular. ...more

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