Adds 10 New Parenting Blogs

New bloggers will showcase personal experiences including adoption, work-life balance, special-needs children, single parenthood and more

NEW YORK--() has long made it a priority to answer questions from moms and dads as well as address their concerns, advocate their causes and celebrate the joys of parenthood. To that end, has added ten original blog voices to further enrich the ongoing dialogue the brand has with their readers online. The new parenting blogs join reader favorite GoodyBlog, which is written by the Parents staff.

The parenting blogs can be found at

The bloggers will offer readers their personal expertise and experiences; no parenting topic too big, too small or too personal. From newborns to toddlers and older kids, there will be tricks, advice and camaraderie for parents raising kids of all ages, sizes and personalities, including tips on work-life balance, special-needs children, single parenthood and more.

The “for parents by parents” blogs include:

  • “Of Fi I Sing” by Jill Cordes, a recent first-time mother who also blogs at and is an accomplished television host and reporter.
  • “The Adoption Diaries” by Nicole Dorsey, the mom of a toddler who is starting the process of foreign adoption and who formerly wrote for Fitness and Parents magazines.
  • “Unexpectedly Expecting” by Julia Landry, the newly-divorced mother of a young toddler who found herself pregnant halfway through dental school, took a leave of absence, gave birth and returned to dental school.
  • “Red-Hot Parenting” by Richard Rende, a professor in the psychiatry department at Brown University and dad of big kids who is expert at explaining the latest health and development news, studies and trends to a lay audience.
  • “Parents News Now” by Holly Lebowitz Rossi, a new mom and veteran news journalist specializing in religion and spirituality, health, gardening and food who has published on NPR's "All Things Considered," Newsweek and other publications.
  • “The Balance Sheet” by Allison Winn Scotch, mother of a toddler with a particular interest in work-life balance and New York Times bestselling author of the novels “The One That I Want,” “Time of My Life” and “The Department of Lost and Found.”
  • “To the Max” by Ellen Seidman, a mother who currently blogs at and writes about big kids and special-needs parenting, especially geared toward parents of special-needs kids and all parents.
  • “The Dadabase” by Nick Shell, the father of a six-month old who writes about the experiences, challenges and rewards of being a first-time dad and who has written for American Baby magazine.
  • “High Chair Times” by Heather Morgan Shott, an editor for who writes about how to cook creative, healthy and organic food for baby.
  • “Love & Diapers” by Berit Thorkelson, the mom of a one-year old who writes about toddler topics and trying to conceive a child and who has written for many well known publications, including Parents, Family Circle and other magazines.

“Our readers are constantly checking in to for advice, tips and support. We are thrilled to be able to connect them with our new bloggers for fresh perspectives, expertise and shared experiences,” said Michael Kress, Executive Editor of “We know our readers will welcome the diverse perspectives, personalities and content that our bloggers are going to be bringing to the site.”

In addition to these 10 new parenting blogs at, moms and dads are invited to check for regular updates from Parents at Parents Magazine’s Facebook page and at Twitter @parentsmagazine.

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for Parents
Colleen Schwartz, 212-551-7033
Sr. Publicity Manager

Release Summary now features 10 parenting blogs on its site.


for Parents
Colleen Schwartz, 212-551-7033
Sr. Publicity Manager