Parenting Blogs

Blogging Helped Me Find Myself As A Parent Of A Special Needs Child

Joanne Giacomini | Posted 05.21.2017 | Canada Parents
Joanne Giacomini

Blogging became my way to connect to other parents in a natural way, and connect as a writer and artist to something else on a deeper level, my creativity, and need to share my own learning and growth as a result of my son.

Cut the Drama on Parenting Forums

Naomi Elana Zener | Posted 08.19.2014 | Canada Living
Naomi Elana Zener

There's nothing scarier than the overseers-in-chief of online parenting groups, who are at the ready to fire without aim, to censor, shame or outright ban a member of their group without first hitting pause, rewind and investigating an issue before acting.

15 Of The Best Canadian Parenting Tweeters

The Huffington Post Canada | Shelley White | Posted 02.25.2013 | Canada Living

If you're a parent looking for insightful and entertaining information about raising children, you've never had more options at your fingertips. W...

Do I Have a Right to Tell My Kids' Stories?

Yummy Mummy Club | Posted 04.13.2013 | Canada Living
Yummy Mummy Club

Lately I've been struggling with writing about my boys. When I first started blogging they were young, a toddler and baby. Now they are older, boys with opinions and experiences all their own and those stories no longer belong to me -- they belong to them. I wonder if by writing those stories, I'm taking something I have no right to.

Minefield Of Parenting Bloggers: Can You Take The Heat?

Kerry Sauriol | Posted 12.02.2012 | Canada British Columbia
Kerry Sauriol

Hell hath no fury like mom bloggers on a warpath, as Calgary DJ and blogger Buzz Bishop learned when he mentioned he has a favourite child. I am not going to bother too much weighing in on the response. What it does highlight is the minefield that personal and parental blogging can be. Words can hurt so every time I think about a new topic for my blog, I wonder: Am I strong enough to take the heat from those that may disagree with me? Controversy might give you lots of hits, but are you tough enough?

Dispatches From Down East: Why Men Aren't Interested in Daddy Bloggers

Lori Gard | Posted 08.15.2012 | Canada Living
Lori Gard

Why do men generally avoid reading parenting blogs? Men may not find a parenting blog written by a woman to be of continuing interest (due to content and topics), but there are blogs written on parenting by men. Which further begs the question, in light of the fact that there are male-authored parenting blogs, why are there not more men reading parenting blogs written by men?