Last week, ProBlogger ran a Group Writing Project with the theme of “Top 5.” There were nearly 900 entries. I noticed several mom (and dad) bloggers among the lists, so I scoured the lists of participating entries and compiled the lists by, about or for parents.
Before you tune out, would any other mom bloggers be interested in another group writing project? Any ideas for a theme? Leave a comment!
And now for the posts. Enjoy!
- raising4boys.com: Top 5 Reasons Boys Are Better than Girls
- Grad Money Manners: 5 Gifts for Mom that Won’t Ever Go out of Fashion
- A Mom’s Life: Top 5 Things Moms Should Keep in the Family Minivan
- Money Smart Life: Why Your Mom is the Engine of Growth in the Global Economy
- Scribbit: Five Blogs to Watch
- Keeping the Castle: Top 5 Time Savers in my Kitchen
- Crayon Writer: Toddler Holding on Tight? Top 5 Tips to Work through Tantrums
- Babylune: My Postpartum Top Five Top Fives
- momeorganizer.com: High Five Baby! (organizing kids clothes/closets)
- Single Ma’s Fabulous Financials5 Ways to Plan an Easy Move
- Ask Moxie: Top 5 Ways to Get Your Baby to Sleep
- Forever Parents: Five Things to Remember When You Adopt an Older Child
- Just Not Martha: Top 5 Things My Pantry Needs to Have
- A life—Joshty: Top 5 Tips for the Potential Pushy Parent
- Letters to my Daughters: Mamas! Read Your Blogs! (5 reasons moms should read blogs)
- Parenting Sites 411: The 411: The Top 5 Kids Crafts Websites
- Dadviser: The Top 5 Things You Can Do for Your Kids . . . EVER
- ChrisWondra.com: Mission Imblogable: 5 Tips for Parents of Young Bloggers
- Miscellaneous Adventures of an Aussie Mom: Reasons Why I Need a Children’s Television Intervention
- Li’l Duck Duck: The 5 Things You Need to Survive a Toddler
- Mommy Zabs: Online Shopping for the Hip Mom—Top 5
- My Baby and I: How to Budget for a New Baby; 5 Top Tips
- Be A Good Dad: 5 Ways to Get Your Kid to Talk about School
- Susie J: 5 Things to Put in Home Videos to Make Your Friends Say “Play That Again!”
- Cracked Virtue: Top 5 Things I’ve Discovered My Mom Lied About
Oh, I forgot mine: Five Things Moms Do Right.