Parents Who Blog in Atlanta

by Courtney Sirotin on October 1, 2013

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Have you ever wondered why I started this blog?

No? Oh, well, I’m going to tell you about it anyway.

When Dylan was born I had more questions than I had poop on my hands. I was a first time mom navigating breastfeeding and newborn care over a thousand miles away from my family and I had no idea what I was doing (still don’t). I did what most first time moms do these days; I turned to the internet for answers. What I found online was a goldmine of blogs written by women whose voices and stories gave me comfort, desperately needed information and even a few laughs. I started to follow a number of blogs and became so inspired that I started one of my own. I saw the deep value in using the technology available to pin-down and preserve all the rapid fire magical moments that were flying my way as a mother. My blog has become my most cherished creation to date, second only to the creation of my son. I love that I can look back at all the precious moments that I’ve shared with my family over the past few years, moments that might have been lost if I hadn’t preserved them here.

A while back I had an itch to explore the parent-blogging community in Atlanta and pitched an article idea to Atlanta Parent Magazine. They told me to go for it so I went out and interviewed some of the local bloggers I admire and put together the feature article for this month’s issue. You can read the online version here!

I hope you will check out the article as well as some of the blogs I admire! The following four bloggers are especially noteworthy because they have awesome blogs, provided great interviews and really helped me out with the article!

Blog Name: Toulouse And Tonic
Author: Suzanne Fleet
About: A snarky and hilarious blog about mothering and pointing out the oddities in life in general. Its edgy but relatable.

Blog Names: Atlanta Green Mom and Titania Jordan (self-titled blog)
Author: Titania Jordan
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About: Atlanta Green Mom delivers information on how to raise your family naturally in Atlanta and features local green businesses.  Titania Jordan, a self-titled blog, expands upon topics covered during Jordan’s parenting segments on Star 94.

Blog Name: JaMonkey
Author: Meghan Cooper
About: A blog about navigating the chaos of motherhood including recipes, crafts, product reviews   and giveaways. Also a valuable resource for parents with preemies.

Blog Name: Really, Are You Serious?
Author: Krystyn Hall
About: Krystyn has three daughters and a lot of opinions on life and family. A popular feature on her blog, Mommy and Me Monday, is a weekly collection of pictures of Krystyn with her kids that preserves some of their special moments together. Moms have a habit of being the invisible people behind the camera and Krystyn would like to change that.

Atlanta Parent Magazine and are great resources for local parents. I rely on their calendars especially to plan our weekly activities. If you live around here and see the magazine around, be sure to grab a free copy and check it out!

{ 8 comments… read them below or add one }

SUE October 2, 2013 at 1:33 am

Thanks for including Field Trips with Sue in your article! honored to be in such great company.


DEMETRA October 3, 2013 at 8:54 pm

Thanks for posting links to such great blogs


TIFFANY @ THE BIZY MOMMY October 5, 2013 at 1:50 am

Way to go with the pitch and acceptance! That is awesome. And thank you for including me in the list of up and coming bloggers too. 🙂


TOULOUSE October 9, 2013 at 12:14 am

Hi Courtney! I’m so grateful you decided to include me in your article and mention me here on your fabulous blog. It was a lot of fun just communicating back and forth with you, to be honest! All your readers are totes welcome at Toulouse & Tonic. Did I just say “totes?” I should be shot.


MELISSA @SERENDIPITY AND SPICE October 9, 2013 at 5:13 pm

I started blogging for the same reasons….I started my blog when Little Man was just 2 months old….it turned into a great way to connect with other mothers and as an outlet so I still felt like I was me not just mom.


KATHERINE G October 9, 2013 at 10:41 pm

This is a great. I share the same admiration for these bloggers and many others. They are the reason i blog as well


DIANA @ NANNY TO MOMMY October 16, 2013 at 1:13 am

I blog over at I am based in South Georgia! 😀


CARRIE WILLARD September 16, 2016 at 11:29 am

Thanks for this. You’ve turned me on to a couple of new favorite bloggers to add to my Bloglovin’ feed. I’m also a Cobb-county based mom blogger of seven kiddos.


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