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Tumblr Tuesday: Mumblrs Edition
Bendy MommyHow do you cram in a yoga session when you’re busy with a toddler? Any way you can: on wheels, while potty training, in a bouncy house.
Jennifer JamesTravels the world on behalf of Mom Bloggers for Social Good, a global coalition of mothers who strive to make motherhood easier and safer, no matter where they live. These are her photos.
FosterhoodBecause you don’t have to give birth to be a good mom.
Parenting ConfessionalBecause you don’t have to like your kids all the time to be a good mom.
My Mom Watches Game of ThronesWinter is coming, sweet, summer child, and no one is exempt from being Mommed. 
Photo via Jennifer James

YAY, MUMBLRS!Nice to see Tumblr moms getting some Tumblr love.

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Tumblr Tuesday: Mumblrs Edition

Bendy Mommy
How do you cram in a yoga session when you’re busy with a toddler? Any way you can: on wheels, while potty training, in a bouncy house.

Jennifer James
Travels the world on behalf of Mom Bloggers for Social Good, a global coalition of mothers who strive to make motherhood easier and safer, no matter where they live. These are her photos.

Fosterhood
Because you don’t have to give birth to be a good mom.

Parenting Confessional
Because you don’t have to like your kids all the time to be a good mom.

My Mom Watches Game of Thrones
Winter is coming, sweet, summer child, and no one is exempt from being Mommed

Photo via Jennifer James

YAY, MUMBLRS!

Nice to see Tumblr moms getting some Tumblr love.

Your friend and mine, punkdad, has a noble mission. He wants to get to the next Dad 2.0 Summit to represent a facet of online dads that — I can say from experience — are under-represented at the conference.
I won’t go into the details of his story because he already did that. I will say I totally agree with him that he’d be a great representative.
And even if you disagree, you’re a total dolt if you don’t want one of the rad shirts he’s selling to fund his trip. (If you really don’t want a shirt, you can also just donate.) Let’s help get our friend to the conference to show brands and dads that there are more types of fathers out there than they realize.
Seriously, because I’m doing a shitty job of it.

Your friend and mine, punkdad, has a noble mission. He wants to get to the next Dad 2.0 Summit to represent a facet of online dads that — I can say from experience — are under-represented at the conference.

I won’t go into the details of his story because he already did that. I will say I totally agree with him that he’d be a great representative.

And even if you disagree, you’re a total dolt if you don’t want one of the rad shirts he’s selling to fund his trip. (If you really don’t want a shirt, you can also just donate.) Let’s help get our friend to the conference to show brands and dads that there are more types of fathers out there than they realize.

Seriously, because I’m doing a shitty job of it.