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Working Mom SOMIs
January 7, 2017
8:01 am
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great but does it spark joy
Feline Porklord
Meows: 3912
Snarking Since:
March 12, 2012

animalanditem meowed
I'm always looking for more blogs like this. Never finding many. I've also considered starting one, but I have a thing about posting photos of my child online, and that seems to be a mommy blogging requirement.

You could maybe just post photos taken from behind/the side where the child's full face isn't visible? I've seen that done very well – or bloggers whose children are kind of in the background of their blog photos. You'd never recognize the kid on the street in a million years, but it still lets the blogger have the kind of images that pull readers in.

tired of my old avatar // also super lazy
January 8, 2017
7:58 pm
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Photoshopped Baby Acne
Expert Hamcat
Meows: 241
Snarking Since:
July 18, 2013

Amalah?

January 9, 2017
8:55 am
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Colorblocked Moonshiner
Hamprince of Meowtonia
Meows: 6927
Snarking Since:
September 27, 2011

I can't think of many, it seems like SAHMs have more time for the blogging thing (or "full time bloggers" who then essentially become SAHMS, like WIW). District of Chic has been chugging along (and keeps her kid off SM mostly). white_lightning has shifted to instagram, as has a history of architecture. it seems like what helen wore also sticks to IG now. 

honestly, bloggers that i follow for fashion/ style i have no interest in hearing about their kids. helen's feed is a bit too marni heavy for my liking, but i get that she is cute and popular, and it brings in sponsors. 

January 30, 2017
10:18 am
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bensimons-less in Paris
Senior Hamcat
Meows: 611
Snarking Since:
May 13, 2014

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I'm a big fan of Lag Liv (http://lagliv.blogspot.com/)…she's a lawyer who works full-time and has three young kids. She's not a big-name blogger but she talks a lot about being a working mom and balancing everything.

I've read her blog since it was recommanded here and I really enjoy it!

February 8, 2017
2:54 pm
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Watership Down Roadkill Rabbit Hooker Jacket
Hamcat
Meows: 130
Snarking Since:
July 21, 2014

I was always a bit of an irregular blogger anyways, but I am finding it pretty hard to write and post with any regularity now that I have a kid and am back at work fulltime. I imagine it's like this for many other working moms. I am trying, and I have all these ideas about posting and what I want to write, but then it falls by the wayside. As a result right now I only post about once or twice a month to provide an update to our family/friends about how the new baby is doing. I am hoping to get into more of a rhythm soon. 

http://kateolmstead.com/

Love all these blogs suggested here as well. Gotta add them to my list of blogs to read!

Passive-Aggressive Hair Towel // Selfish Asshole Who Happens To Have A Vagina // Jenna In The Ratchet Furcoat // Derpster Diving //
February 8, 2017
3:02 pm
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Watership Down Roadkill Rabbit Hooker Jacket
Hamcat
Meows: 130
Snarking Since:
July 21, 2014

great but does it spark joy meowed

animalanditem meowed
I'm always looking for more blogs like this. Never finding many. I've also considered starting one, but I have a thing about posting photos of my child online, and that seems to be a mommy blogging requirement.

You could maybe just post photos taken from behind/the side where the child's full face isn't visible? I've seen that done very well – or bloggers whose children are kind of in the background of their blog photos. You'd never recognize the kid on the street in a million years, but it still lets the blogger have the kind of images that pull readers in.

That's a great idea of how to do it! I too struggle with how many and what kind of pictures to post of our new little one, especially since so much of our family and friends do not live local but still want to see updates. I do know that I absolutely do not feel comfortable positing pictures where he is not wearing a full outfit, even as a 2.5 month old (even if he does have some really cute patterned cloth diapers). Bath pictures may be cute, but not for the Internet. It's going to be harder as he gets older because he really does have a cute face, but is pretty distinctive looking (particularly being that he is a mix of Indian/White). I may eventually resort to limiting shots and not using any that show his face directly, but I am really not sure as right now what I do post, I post for family/friends. 

Passive-Aggressive Hair Towel // Selfish Asshole Who Happens To Have A Vagina // Jenna In The Ratchet Furcoat // Derpster Diving //


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