Mom Blogs I Love, Part 2

Mom bloggers that make the Internet a better place

During my travels through the parent blogosphere, I’ve found many insightful, inspirational and humorous parent blogs that focus on the joys and trials of raising children.

Here are some of my favorite moms who dispense parental wisdom and fun:

News Anchor Mom

Favorite Mom Bloggers

Photo Credit: News Anchor Mom

A mother of two that reports the news on television and online? Sounds exhausting, but Jen Christensen, news anchor for ABC affiliate WHOI-TV in Peoria, IL, makes it look easy and blogs with a focus on child safety.

Jen is kind enough to not only share parental anecdotes, but as a woman in the news, she also relays child safety news stories that many parents might never see. Be sure to check out her blog about the children’s Benadryl allergy medication recall and Jen’s holiday shopping advice.

Momo Fali

Favorite Mom Bloggers

Photo Credit: Momo Fali

I am chuckling as I write this, thinking about Momo Fali’s last blog post. Reading Momo Fali’s blog will undoubtedly remind you of your own family, particularly the hilarious, frustrating-at-the-time incidents that will live every day as families.

Momo Fali is a stay at home mother to two children, one of whom lives with multiple health issues. Read Momo’s about page if you want to immediately respect a mother without even meeting her. Hats off to you and all the other mothers who are as devoted to their children as you are.

Eternal Lizdom

Favorite Mom Bloggers

Photo Credit: Eternal Lizdom

I stumbled across Eternal Lizdom’s blog today and knew I had to feature it. Not just because she is a fantastic writer and parent blogger.

Liz, the mother of two, has started a new feature on her blog called the Season of Giving. In the month of December, Liz will be writing blog posts featuring groups who help out those in need. Her first feature is the Fresh Air Fund, a not-for-profit organization providing free summer experiences for children from disadvantaged communities.

I was actually unfamiliar with this organization, so I plan to keep up with Eternal Lizdom to find out about more organizations that are helping our nation’s children.

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Ken Levinson is a Chicago-based child injury lawyer and child safety advocate. If your child has been injured or worse, please call Ken Levinson at Joseph, Lichtenstein and Levinson at 312-346-9270 or e-mail ken@thesafestline.com. Although based in Chicago, Ken works on child injury cases across the country.

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Posted in Child Injury Attorney, Child Safety, From My Desk | 4 Comments

4 Responses to Mom Blogs I Love, Part 2

  1. Wow, Ken!! Thanks for the nod! I am really excited about my Season of Giving series. I’m posting twice a day- my normal blog entry and then a Season of Giving entry. I’m asking readers to tell me about their favorite charities or ways of giving during the holiday season, too. I’m really excited about what’s ahead and have found some great organizations to feature!

    Thanks again! And nice to meet you!

    (I work in the Occupational Health and Environmental Safety division of 3M so safety is near and dear for me, too!)

    • Ken Levinson says:

      Liz – it’s just such a wonderful idea for a series. Please keep me posted on how it goes and I will definitely share on Twitter!

  2. Momo Fali says:

    Thank you for the kind words. You made my day!

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