The very funny Jenny Ingram writes and vlogs at Jenny on the Spot. This is “mom blogging” at it’s finest. Funny, positive and full of tips and ideas...reading this blog is like lucking out and moving in next to the best neighbor ever.
If you put the two most important parts of me together – motherhood and writing – and you stir in a little resolution about personal fulfillment and mental stability, you get this blog. Like most mothers out there, I absolutely adore my children and, like most mothers out there, I live dangerously close to that bend in the road, the one you’re not supposed to go around. The writing you find here keeps me away from that bend. It gives me just a bit more road. It slows life down long enough for me to remember the details. It helps me to focus on the good stuff and handle the bad stuff with more grace and humour. And there’s always room in my life for more grace and humour.
I love a pretty blog. Almost as much as I love a perky blog. Dear Lizzy is pretty, sweet and full of the kind of fun posts that make you feel better just knowing that someone this full of life is out in the world. Elizabeth Kartchner is also the scrapbooker behind “Dear Lizzy” products so you can look forward to all sorts of glittery goodness on that front. Happy Reading.
The Yay Friday Round Up: Hungry Pregnant Woman Edition
I’m hungry. I may be spending more time than usual perusing the food blogs. Hope you enjoy the fruits of my hungry browsing!
The Happiest Mom
The Happiest Mom. Meagan Francis is a mom-blogger that writes about parenthood and encourages her readers to be the happiest mom they can be - by letting go a mommy guilt, focusing on the things and needs that make them truly happy and leaving unrealistic expectations behind. Enjoy!
I love to see how other people embrace food and host a great party. Helen Jane’s blog shares her lovely life in Napa Valley —the bocce ball games (and accompanying food), the get-togethers (and the accompanying lessons learned), the cute kids (who doesn’t love a cute kid) and Helen’s great sense of humor and laid-back perspective on entertaining.