All Work and No Play Makes Mommy Go Something Something is the blogging home for Kimberly, who writes about life with her husand and adorable son, Chunky. Kimberly, a postpartum depression survivor, is truly an inspiration. We think she is one of the toughest, most amazing mom bloggers out there.
We love Brandee, author of Chill Mama Chill, because she writes from a place of honesty and isn't afraid to tackle tough topics. And it doesn't hurt that her daughter, Everly Delilah, is simply divine.
"Queen," author of Curtains Are Open, has one of the best about pages we've seen. The random bits of information on that single page give a great sense of who she is. We love her refreshing voice and her ability to one day write from a place of vulnerability and the next day show us her fun sense of humour.
Robin of Farewell Stranger is a truly gifted writer. On her blog you'll find some of the most beautifully written, most heartbreaking pieces about her struggles to overcome postpartum depression, but you'll also find love letters to her son that are brimming with hope, dreams and love.
We think that Alicia, author of Life with Ladies, would be great fun to have a glass of wine with. She's a mom to three beautiful girls, and we love that the tagline for her blog is "riding the hormone train." We sure hope she blogs through their tween and teen years!
We love that we're never quite sure what we'll get when we visit Loulou's Views. Loulou might one day talk about motherhood and fear, and on another day, The Hunger Games or the many things she loves about being a mom. No matter what Loulou offers up, we're never disappointed.
Merry, author of the cleverly named blog Merry with Children, is a mom who works outside the home and somehow still manages to find time to maintain her lively mom blog, where she shares ideas for fun kid projects, kid-friendly recipes and stories about her gorgeous children.
We love that Laura is an open book. She met her husband through blogging, planned her wedding while blogging and tweeted the birth of her son. Mommy Miracles is filled with posts on family and motherhood, and her photography is gorgeous. We love stopping by to read her words, and her blog design is so beautiful that we could stare at it for days.
Annie has been writing PhD in Parenting since 2008 and has built an amazing audience with her thought-provoking, informative, empowering pieces. We love that she's articulate, knowledgeable and real.
Tanis began writing Attack of the Redneck Mommy in 2006 as she worked through the early stages of grief after losing her youngest son, Shale. In the years since, she has engaged her audience with her wicked sense of humour, fierce determination and endless honesty.
With only 10 spots, we were bound to leave out one or two of your favourite moms who blog. So now it's your turn. Please share your must-read mom blogs with us in the comments below.
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