Parenting Sites and Blogs

Do you blog about family and parenting? Or know of a great parenting site you love? We’d love to hear all about it. Please share your blog or that special find here.

A Mother’s Words

A blog about attachment parenting, home schooling and general life.

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Life With Georgia

Nancy Walton lives in downtown Toronto with the world’s coolest teenager. The world’s coolest teenager also happens to live with autism spectrum disorder and a developmental delay. Life With Georgia is an exploration of the day-to-day challenges, amusements and triumphs of parenting a child with special needs that result in a crazy mix of the […]

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Protecting Our Children – Keeping Them Safe

It is vital for parents and educators to learn about the dangers facing our children today. We live in a time where Prevention Methods are a must. Statistics for missing children in the United States and around the world are staggering and heartbreaking. Knowledge Is Power! We can teach our children without making them scared. […]

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A Boy and His Shopping Cart

A quirky blog devoted to a young boy and his insanely adorable obsession with his plastic shopping cart. Along with occasional parenting anecdotes this blog is designed to show that kids are full of unexpected and atypical surprises, and that we should nurture and encourage them.

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dadwithtwokids is a father’s thoughts on parenting and the life that accompanies it. I’m a blogging novice and my site’s appearance is very humble but I hope substance over-rides style. By night I’m a DJ, making people dance with my wonky beats in London and sometimes far away lands. My double life sees me being […]

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A Is 4 Adoption

Laurie Colton is the owner of A Is 4 Adoption, a licensed and bonded California adoption facilitation center. Laurie and her dedicated staff are committed to answering all of your questions and concerns for the baby adoption process. She believes in providing all the necessary support to adoptive parents so that they make an informed […]

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