Posted: Sep 21, 2012 7:00 AM
 
Drowning in baby drool, smushed Goldfish crackers and applesauce? Don't do it alone. Meet eight awesome parenting bloggers who've been there, done that and lived to tell the tale.

Good Day Regular People

Good Day Regular People

If you had to have just one friend in the blogosphere, Alexandra is your girl. Since she started her blogging empire just three years ago, she has become one of the most well-connected and well-loved bloggers in the blogosphere. Kind, honest, heartfelt, self-deprecating and insanely funny, Good Day Regular People chronicles Alexandra's life as a first-generation American and her daily struggles and joys as a mom of three boys. Who else could blog with such wicked finesse about giving herself a hernia while pulling up her pantyhose? Leave it to The Empress.

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Backpacking Dad

Backpacking Dad

He's a dad. He carries his kids around in a backpack. What more do you need to know to fall head over heels for Shawn Burns? Oh and did we mention his Twitter feed is so funny, it's basically just one long comedy sketch? Don't miss the opportunity to follow Backpacking Dad and enjoy his soulful and hilarious musings on the minutiae of daily life with little ones.

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Mommy crib notes

Mommy Crib Notes

Kristi does whatever it takes, a diet heavy on chocolate and caffeine, Gregorian chants, whatever, to maintain her inner peace among motherhood, career and the pursuit of domestic glory. Kristi began her blog, Mommy Crib Notes, to give other moms a cheat sheet of discoveries, tips and gadgets that can make parenthood easier. Whether you're looking for secrets to simplifying life with a newborn or how to handle poopsplosions in the supermarket, Mommy Crib Notes has got your number.

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Honea Express

Honea Express

You can't help but fall in love with Whit Honea. Not only is he one of the most naturally funny people you'll ever meet, but he's also the most sincere. His witty and open-hearted posts about being a dad will make you laugh hard enough to snort Cheetos through your nose, but they will also make you cry. Don't miss the opportunity to jump on the Honea Express.

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She Suggests

She Suggests

Sassy with just the right touch of sentimentality, Yuliya's blog She Suggests chronicles the struggles in her life as a stay at home mom and wife. Born in Ukraine and raised in San Francisco, Yuliya offers a unique perspective as an immigrant. A talented photographer, her photos add that extra something to every post. And she knows how to throw a party. Holla!

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Mommy of a Monster

Mommy of a Monster

Brutally honest and a whole lot of fun, Natalie is the creator of Mommy of a Monster and Twins. Her blog is a great place to go when you need a little mommy pick-me-up, a glass of wine or even a Brazilian Butt Lift. When she's not chasing her three monsters, ahem, kids around the house, Natalie is penning her hilarious and heartfelt posts or hiding in the closet and drinking wine. Wait, did we say that out loud? We meant juice. Anyway, if you've ever feel alone in a Monster Mommy Moment when you overreact, scream at your kids or have some otherwise awful mom fail, pop on over to Mommy of a Monster where you can read the confessions of tons of other good moms just having a bad day like you.

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In Mandyland

In Mandyland

Mandy Dawson is a Jane of all trades and the author of In Mandyland, an almost-daily blog recording her adventures in juggling a full-time job, two active children, four chickens and one long-suffering ex-husband. A self-diagnosed gardening and crafting addict, she often finds herself gluing together clay pots and trying to discover the cure for brown thumb. In her spare time, she likes to can, write novels and make balloon animals for her adoring fans, er, children. Let's give it up for Mandy because we don't know anyone else who can turn a crafting tutorial into a pee-in-your-pants comedy routine.

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How to Be a Dad

How to Be a Dad

They deny being experts in Dadology, but Charlie and Andy of How to Be a Dad sure can churn out some of the most hysterical (and viral!) dad-centered content on the web. Want the 411 on 6 Secret Uses for Baby DiapersBaby Fingernails and Other Deadly Edged Weapons or Skid Marks: When to Wash 'Em and When to Toss 'Em? They've got you covered.

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