Brand New TodaysMama.com!

We're downright giddy! Let us show you around!
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We're downright giddy! Let us show you around!

Disclaimer: As always, rolling out new features and design on the site breaks things. You'll notice some bugs and broken links around the site and we've got our developer going bananas on fixes. Please excuse our dust but don't let that stop you from exploring!

New Logo:

We've had the same logo and branding since 2006. We love our old logo and the icons that lived on our menu since that time. But, well . . . it was time. We're loving our clean new look and fonts!

New TodaysMama.com logos

Better Categories:

We've got SO MUCH content in the archives since we are now almost 9 years old! We've got new, easier to use and find categories for our content. As you can guess, with 9 years of content to move around, it's going to take us a little bit of time to get everything cozy in it's new home but we are well on our way!

Local Calendars:

I'm most excited about this change! Our new local calendars are "pinterestesque" in their design. Scroll around and check them out, add your own event, or share with your friends! Don't see your city? Let us know! We are always working on expanding our local content.

New calendar on TodaysMama.com!

Local Bloggers:

We've also made it easier to get around and see all of the great content from our local bloggers. Interested in blogging for us? We'd love to hear from you!

What's Next?

We'll keep making improvements and love suggestions and requests as well! Let us know what you think!

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