Tuesday, March 27, 2007

Mommybloggers, An Ode to...

I've been bopping over the 'net lately, and it seems that every blog I like is written by a Mommyblogger. They're funny. They're clever. They're honest. Is there something in the water?

Or, more appropriately, the ovaries?

I want to become a Mommyblogger.

But I don't have human children.

...or working ovaries.

Waaaaaaaaaaaaaahhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh! Does acting like a child myself count?

6 comments:

  1. Thanks for visiting today...from one dilettante to another, this blogging thing is highly addictive and the high one garners from a well received post is not too different from that of eating a whole bag of Hershey's kisses, quickly, without water, upside down. I used to prefer illegally obtained highs but I'm a Mom now and have an example to set.

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  2. I agree - some mommy bloggers are very great writers but others... Not so much. :) There are so many of them you have to weed out the good ones...

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  3. I'm not a big fan of most mommy bloggers. Seems like a lot of them write about the minutae of runny noses while lacking the knack to see the humor in much of the stuff that kids do.

    However, there are a few out there who are pretty good.

    Why don't you just do like Madonna and rip a third world child from the arms of his parents? Maybe you could even find a teenager that's almost out of the house!

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  4. cce: I believe Dilettante Blogs are a whole new category. Shall we start a group?

    erica ap: True, maybe I just don't remember the bad ones...

    QofD: How about Miss S? Could I rip her from the arms of her parents? Please, please, please....she's absolutely edible

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  5. Anonymous3:00 PM

    Some mbloggers out there that share the truth about the motherhood adventure and don't sugar coat it.
    Miss L

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  6. Jane, you can totally have Miss S. I am pretty sure that she's tired of us anyway, so a change of scenery might be right up her alley. Plus, you could teach her a few things.

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So--whaddaya think?