Today you can find me over at Debi’s place, The Truth About Motherhood. Please go visit her and follow her on Twitter: @TruthfulMommy. Like her Facebook Fan page here. She’s a mother of two darling girls and when I read her blog I find myself nodding and smiling because I can relate. It’s an honor to be featured today, so CLICK HERE to head over and see what I’m gabbing about.
In the meantime, I’ve been working on my second installment of Rumor Has It for your enjoyment.You can go HERE to review my first installment and the premiere of this series. This will be an entirely new batch of bloggers with links to the posts that have captivated me lately. Please take the time to visit them, read their amazing stuff, and follow them on their various social media platforms.
Is There Any Mommy Out There, a.k.a. Stacey Connor, wrote a post called “Morning Coffee” that enchanted me. Not a word wasted. Beautifully descriptive writing that flows easily. Stacey is the mother to four kids ages five & under. She’s also part of the LTYM crowd [insert jealous green face here], so I’ve already begun harassing her and Ann Imig (@AnnsRants) about bringing the show to KC next year. It’s on my bucket list. But anyways. Find Stacey, @AnyMommy on Twitter.
Sellabit Mum, a.k.a. Tracy Morrison, wrote a post called “Better Than a Beaver Story” which made me laugh so hard I literally peed in my pants. Tracy has a knack for sarcasm and wit (partially inspired by her three daughters, as is the case in the post cited above) and if you ever have a fashion dilemma, you should definitely consult with her! Look for her guest post on my blog this Friday. P.S. Find her on Twitter @Sellabitmum.
The Authentic Life, a.k.a. Bill Dameron, wrote a post called “The Other Bill” which is about a gay man seeking an apartment where he can begin his new life after the end of his marriage. He happens to find one listed by two lesbians. Obviously this is my kind of story since my dad came out of the closet when I was 15.. Find him on Twitter at @wcdameron.
Zavtik Pregnancy, a.k.a. Shoshana Martyniak, wrote a post called “Silent No More.” It’s a poignant post about her personal experience with a back room abortion when she was a junior in college. She’s a liberal Jewish mommy and I love her. Find her on Twitter at @Shvaygshosh.
Good Day Regular People, a.k.a. Empress, a.k.a. Alexandra Rosas, wrote a post called “What the World Can Learn From the Quiet Ones.” Her post was nominated for BlogHer’s Voices of the Year and she’s been chosen as an honoree in the parenting category. This is a beautiful story about her middle son and his fascination with origami. Find Alexandra on Twitter at @GDRPempress.
Ivy League Insecurities, a.k.a. Aidan Donnelly Rowley, wrote a post called “What We Avoid,” This piece is full of fear of childhood and the memories locked up inside of it. And there are some incredible sepia photographs to go along with it that musn’t be missed. Find her on Twitter at @ADonnRowley.
There you go. Comments closed. Go visit these people and be prepared to swoon. Follow them. You won’t be sorry.