Reese Dixon comes to us from golden California and the sharp mind of Tresa. Crafter, writer, intellectual, and mother to a beautiful son, Atti, that lives with cerebral palsy. If you're a special needs mom you'll identify with the milestones and hard work that mark Tresa's tales.
I first fell for Ms. Single Mama a few years ago with her tales of everyday single parenting. Navigating the world after a divorce, with a baby, dating, and grounded by motherhood through it all, Alaina shows us that living with the love of her life, her son, still means a happily ever after.
The Artful Parent, created and authored by lifelong art lover, and mother of two, Jean Van't Hul, chronicles wonderful projects to create an art rich environment for your family. We love her ideas on toddler and child art groups! If you want to encourage expression, creativity, build imagination, and the love of learning in your child, The Artful Parent might just be your new go-to resource.
Talented designer Anna Maria Horner shares her beautiful life with six kids and a husband in Tennessee. Her work includes fabric, needlepoint, patterns, crafting, sewing, and even housewares. Nothing sparks your creative inspiration like a visit to Anna's blog!
Jennie writes her Amazing Feats of Domesticity from the heat of central Texas, surrounded by six, count 'em, six brilliant and marvelously named children. We love her practical sensibilities, helpful tutorials, and total honesty. Plus, how can you not like someone who describes themselves as super lazy?
If one of your goals is to get organized this year, we're recommending the handy and lovely Bneato! Chock full of hands-on tips, lists, and ideas to finally wrangle your life into submission. And it's all the vision of the perpetually organized Beth. Go forth and organize!
A beautifully written blog, Dandelion Mama is Tracy's journey through motherhood, divorce, and single parenting her brilliant (and challenging) three kids. We love her blog as a reminder that it's never too late to re-invent yourself while holding what's most important close.