Blogs

 

Here are some of our favorite Mommy Blogs! 

These aren't your typical "What diaper bag do I buy" type blogs - we like relevant issues, emotional exploration, and learning. Oh, and some fun too. Check them out!

Pregnant Chicken

Pregnant chicken, written by Amy, is the online pregnant woman's mantra. Want a book of breastfeeding? Not sure if that leakage is normal? Tired, hormonal, and just need a laugh? Pregnant chicken has is covered. Our personal favourite has to be "Awkward Pregnancy Photos", followed closely by "Awkward Pregnancy Photos II".  

Okay, BA!

When reading Beth Anne (otherwise known as BA)'s blog it's like sitting down to chat with a best friend. Her posts are honest and light hearted, but she doesn't shy away from the issues. Her adorable son, Harrison, makes many appearances as they stumble through life together. 

Actual Jenny

With bright pink hair and triplets, Jenny is one tough mama! Her tale of battling infertility has a happy ending (three times the happy ending, actually) and makes for a great read. Her posts are honest, real, and have the perfect hint of humor. If anything, we suggest you check out her posts on cloth diapers... we could hardly handle cloth diapering one, let alone three!

Mama Knows It All


Motherhood is hard enough with a husband to change half (or a less...) of the diapers - we give huge koodoos to Brandi for navigating it single. Her upbeat and honest blog puts a little sunshine in our day! We love hearing about her adventures with daughter Ayva, it is especially touching to see how close a mother and daughter can become when it's just two.

 

No Holding Back


Kat touches the hearts of many sharing her experience losing a child to TTTS (Twin to Twin Transfusion Syndrome). Her blog acts as a support group, informative resource, and story-sharing space for many others who have been affected by TTTS. 

 

Farewell Stranger

 
We love reading Robin's blog to exercise the right side of our brains and explore our philosophical side. Her though provoking entries pose questions that help mothers put life into perspective and focus on what matters. As a PPD survivor, Robin is not afraid to explore the not-so-pretty side of motherhood (that every mother can relate to) and share her climb to happiness.

 

From Stilettos to Ballet Flats

 

Follow Stella on her journey with son Jaden and soon-to-be baby, Smartie. We love her because she is a well educated, savvy lawyer that has traded in suits for bibs in the joy of motherhood. Added bonus? A little bit of Tagalog and "Law 101".