What I think

After scribbit.blogspot.com, I have two favorites from New York Times’ Top 10 Motherhood Blogs.

fussy.org and notesfromthetrenches.com (My disclaimer here, I don’t know if these blogs will stay Conservative friendly – they seemed so today)

My two least fav’s:

5minutesformom.com and parenthacks.com (Again, you all know that I hate it when people can ONLY talk about their children and/or parenting products – aren’t we all humans before we are parents? – why don’t you people write a little about that?)

The two that I won’t read again for the same reason I won’t read dooce (too foul)

izzymom.com and suburbanbliss.net (I try to be tolerant, but I just can’t stand in when people take the Lord’s name in vain – I mean if you talk like that, then it is your problem, but it is not mine unless I listen to it)

This is just my preference, you all may feel totally different about it. I know a lof of my blogging friends love designmom.com, but I don’t really care for her either…I just can’t make myself care about all that worldly stuff. Maybe when I move up a class from low to middle.



  1. Information, information, information…I always learn something here. My guess is…you have a fan. Are there blog-site ‘groupies’ so to speak? Like one of your other readers…I can count on you to have not just something…but lots of new things.toodles- Sheila

  2. Sorry for commenting so much! I was watching the local news last night and they are doing a story on that dooce lady. “the vulgar ex-mormon who got fired for the blog that is now the most popular blog in america, and is now the income for her family. BOO! ex-mormon, okay. but to praise someone for being vulgar? Come on!

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