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Please list any useful, entertaining and thoughtful parenting blogs below. Please vote up your favourites so we can make this a valuable directory.

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asked 06 Feb '10, 21:30

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Don't be too shy to promote your own blogs too.

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answered 07 Feb '10, 01:57

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this seems like sort of a crafting/decor blog more than a parenting blog to me... Is that a warped impression? is it usually a bit more about kids and less about fabric colors?

(29 Sep '10, 19:58) Anne

Managing Kids and fitness the Fit and Busy Dad is a good read

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answered 04 Mar '10, 02:57

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Strollerderby

This blog is like a news feed for the parenting world. It is updated multiple times a day by many different writers. Some posts are informative (like announcing recalls), while others explore current parenting events, or link to interesting parenting essays.

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answered 07 Jul '10, 02:12

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My blog might be helpful to parents. It is based on my experience and I will be updating it from time to time. http://my-experiments-with-kids.blogspot.com/

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http://www.alittlepregnant.com has a bit of an emphasis on infertility, but the blogger's kids are 2 and 5, so there are lots of great anecdotes on parenting young kids.

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answered 29 Sep '10, 20:01

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I recently discovered Two Peds in a Pod. Two pediatricians discuss various subjects such as speech and language milestones, art therapy, and autism.

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answered 06 Feb '10, 22:36

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I've enjoyed reading Ben's Bilingual Baby Blog, coincidentally written by one of our community members Benjol.

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answered 11 Feb '10, 02:31

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If you speak Greek please check momndad.gr

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I'm really enjoying The Bionic Dad Project. I found what he said in this article about the marketing of baby stuff to be right on.

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answered 22 Feb '10, 03:07

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I discovered this one the other day. Parents anecdotes about "well-meaning" strangers commenting on their parenting. Made me laugh.

That Baby Looks cold

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answered 25 Apr '10, 21:38

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