There are many parenting blogs that are worth reading out there that tell it like it is, help moms and dads feel like they aren't completely messing things up, share their journey as a special needs parent, or share the harrowing tales of single parenting. Regardless of what your story is, there are several fantastic parenting blogs that are worth reading. Here are five of the most interesting ones that are not only inspiring to thousands of readers.
- Single Dad Laughing- Single Dad Laughing is written by a single father, which is rare of itself since most men aren't bloggers, that shares an adopted son with his first wife and her husband and second child. Dan tells the woes of parenting and what it is like to live everyday life in Salt Lake City as a former Morman.
- Tiny Superheroes- Tiny Superheroes is a blog written by a mom with a special needs child that makes capes from her Seattle home and gives them to children with special needs to show off their special needs. Robyn's blog is all about empowering children with needs that most of us can only imagine so that their superhero self shines outside as well as in.
- Parenting By the Seat of My Pants- Shayla is an autism mom that is a bit rough around the edges. She tells it like it is and doesn't shy away from the tough stuff. She doesn't have all the answers, but she tells her stories in a humorous ways that most all parents can relate to. Parenting by the Seat of My Pants is not a parenting blog that you want to miss.
- How to Be a Dad- This is a hilarious daddy blog by two dad, Charlie and Andy. It really isn't a how-to but more of a what's-what of dadhood. It's hilarious and most all dads can relate to at least some of what goes on... mom's too.
- Last Mom- Last Mom is an anonymous blog about older child adoption and being the last mom of a traumatized, special needs child. The stories are true, and heartfelt. Not only is it real life adoption story, but awesome resources for anyone considering adoption.
- Scary Mommy- Scary Mommy is a parenting community for those with a sense of humor that tell it like it is and have an appreciation for sarcasm, and lots of it. Jill is the leader of Scary Mommy that also runs a shop from her site, a community forum, as well as Scary Mommy Nation a charity that helps make motherhood a little less scary.