Best Mommy Bloggers in Toronto

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Published Oct 16, 2017

We have come up with a list of few of the best Mommy Bloggers for 2017 in Toronto city. We hope our readers will enjoy knowing a bit about these awesome bloggers.

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We have some great Mommy Bloggers in Toronto city. And we often read so many great blogs and article from them, where they share their insights & experiences about family, kids, travelling, fashion health & fitness and so much more.

But a few times we miss reading about these wonderful bloggers who put in a great deal of efforts to come up with these amazing write ups.

So the content team at ChatterBlock.com has decided to give our readers a small intro of these great Mommy Bloggers for year 2017 in Toronto city. So here we go...

Mom 1: Jennifer Van Huss

Blog: One Heart One Family

1Heart1Family shares Jenn's passion for Motherhood through exploring the good, bad and ugly of parenting with hope to help other Mother's survive the journey. When her third child was born, her life was thrown another hurdle: Celiac Disease. Instead of running from it, her blog evolved to incorporate gluten free recipes, product reviews and emotional tales that paint the picture of her life. Her readers love her down to earth and real style of writing, always encouraging them to interact and give their stories for everyone to learn from.



Mom 2: Jenna Em

Blog: SnyMed

Jenna Em is a Huffington Post and MovieFone writer. She is mom  to 5 kids aged 7- to 12-years old and marketing and social media expert.

Prior to starting a blog and having a family, Jenna was a Product Marketing Manager and Marketing Manager in the high tech industry for over a decade.

SnyMed.com was founded in January 2012. Jenna started this blog because she wanted to combine all the things that she enjoys in one place: brands,  family, entertainment, travel, being social, connecting with others, creative writing, photography, and creating new content and ideas.

You can read more about her here.



Mom 3 : Lisa Thornbury

Blog : Forever In Mom Genes

After her daughter was diagnosed with a rare genetic disorder, Lisa left her job as an elementary teacher to work from home as a freelance writer. When she’s not forcing her children to partake in teachable moments (insert her children’s dramatic eyerolls here), or sucking wind at the gym, she’s sharing stories about the often serious, but mostly sweet moments that come with raising a child with special needs. Her blog foreverinmomgenes.com focuses on parenting and mindful living, with a side of silly. Plus puns. Her family is currently planning a puntervention. Send wine.

You can read more about her here.


Mom 4 : Heather Dixon

Blog : SavvyMom

Heather Dixon is the Editor-in-Chief of SavvyMom, where she heads up content and communications for one of the top online parenting resources in Canada. She’s also a writer and a Mom to three little girls. Her work has been published in Scary Mommy, Pregnant Chicken and Huffington Post Parents, among others.

Heather loves coffee, wine, reading and falling asleep in bed with her kids. She’s basically a walking Mom meme.

You can read more about Heather here. 




Mom 5 : Erin Pepler 

Blog : the raging idealist


Erin is a freelance writer, mom, and reluctant suburbanite living outside of Toronto, Ontario. She is usually drinking a coffee or thinking about getting one. Erin is prone to terrible language, though not in front of her kids, and yes, she has an opinion on that thing you’re talking about. She loves music, books, art, design, cooking, travel, and sleeping more than four hours at a time (a rarity). You can find her on FacebookTwitter or Instagram, where she documents her passion for motherhood and caffeine. 
You can read more about Erin here.


Mom 6 : Emma Finlayson 

Blog : Strolling The City In Heels


Strolling The City In Heels is a blog dedicated to the things that Emma Finlayson loves- style, fashion, beauty, kids stuff, eating, reading and so much more! As a busy working mom of three young children (including twins), Emma feels strongly that woman shouldn’t have to lose her identity once she has children. The blog intends to show a balance between all the things that the modern urban woman finds important and interesting.

You can read more about Emma here.




Mom 7 : Sara Vartanian 

Blog : Green Moms Collective


Sara Vartanian is the founder of Green Moms Collective, a resource for living well in motherhood with content from wellness experts and stories from moms.

Sara holds two degrees in education and is an eco-maternity consultant.She also partners with businesses who do good to manage their content creation and social media. 

If she's not on Instagram sharing all things living well in motherhood, she can be found wiping green smoothies off her children's faces or shopping at a farmer's market.

You can read more about Sara here.


Mom 8 : Debbie Akerman-Davidov 

Blog : Me, Myself & Kids


For the last 7+ years Debbie has immersed herself in the "mom life". Her blog, appropriately named Me, Myself and Kids is her life; the challenges, the laughter, and the tears. But she also offers her own version of motherly advice.

Debbie mentions- "I’ve designated myself as an MD or “Mom Doc”. Not because I know it all. Don’t get me wrong. It’s an open perspective; my learnings shared so you can take the good, bad and ugly and adapt it to your own family life. So please join me as I share all of the crazy and overwhelming thoughts and experiences of the mom life with Me, Myself and Kids."

You can read more about Debbie here.


Mom 9 : Glynis Ratcliffe 

Blog : The Joy of Cooking                          (for Little Assholes)


Glynis used to be an opera singer, but after her daughter begged her to stop singing and be quiet for the millionth time, she decided to use her inside voice and write instead. Now, she’s a freelance writer with bylines at The Washington Post, Scary Mommy, New Jersey Realtor Magazine, and CBC, as well as being a copywriter and ghostwriter for clients in various industries. You can find her on Facebook here and Twitter here.

You can read more about Glynis here.



Mom 10 : Amy Worrell 

Blog : Milk & Coco


Amy and Shaun started Milk and Coco in 2009 when they were engaged to be married. They wanted a way to track wedding plans and keep friends and family in the loop if they were not able to attend the wedding. After the wedding Amy decided to turn the website into a lifestyle blog.

Now parents living life in the burbs the blog again has changed as the family has grown. On any given day you can read about motherhood, blogger events, reviews, giveaways, day to day family life and more.

You can read more about Amy & Shaun here.


Mom 11 : Mary Jane 
Blog : The Flying Couponer


The Flying Couponer is a mommy flight attendant couponer. She blogs about life, parenting, and saving money. As a social media maven, she is devoted to helping families make the best decisions possible about the products and services they are purchasing. Her reviews are authentic and a lot of fun to read.When she is not flying she is creating easy and inexpensive recipes, and always has her next giveaway in mind. The quickest way to reach her is to visit her Facebook fan page or to send her a tweet @flyingcouponer.

You can read more about her here.



We at ChatterBlock.com salutes all these wonderful & awe-inspiring mommy bloggers and here is the badge we would like to offer them in their honour. 


                               


Did we miss a few of your favourite mommy bloggers in the list? 
Please let us know in the comments section.



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Thanks for including me. :)

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