Cool Sites: Resources for Moms

Motherhood Out Loud
Motherhood Out Loud shatters traditional notions about parenthood, unveils its inherent comedy and celebrates the deeply personal truths that span and unite generations. Read more about this worldwide touring theatrical production by some of America’s most celebrated writers at is a network of moms active in social media. Visit




NYMetroParents is a comprehensive resource for local family activities, services, etc.. Visit    



Work It, Mom! is a community where working moms share experiences, advice, and support to help make the juggle of work and home life more manageable. Visit




An award-winning online magazine, community and resource, Babble’s mission is to help parents navigate and keep pace with the modern, ever-changing world of   parenting.  Visit  




Cool gifts and gear doesn't make the mom, but it certainly helps make life a little better. Visit to stay in the know, and sign up for giveaways.



Mom Generations features daily fashion news for mothers and kids, giveaways, blogs, family advice and celebrity news. Visit





Robin Gorman Newman, author, How to Meet a Mensch in New York and How to Marry a Mensch, has coached hundreds of singles. She offers in-person, phone and online consultations, and will create a Personalized Socializing Plan of Action for you.  Visit


5 Minutes for aims to inspire, encourage and empower you to read, relax and connect with other moms. Visit


Want to raise safe, self-reliant children without going nuts?  Lenore Skenazy, author, Free Range Kids, shares all. Visit






Macaroni Kid, and its family of Publisher Moms, deliver the scoop on all the family-friendly events and activities happening in their communities each week. Visit




Moms everywhere will hear themselves in the voices of founder Erin and Kristin, creators/hosts of Manic Mommies, a podcast for moms trying to do it all! Visit


THE MOMS are a multi-platform lifestyle brand and event company with exposure on the web, television and in print. For the past year, the moms co-hosted a half-hour TV show, Moms & the City and A Dad Named David (WNBC’s David Ushery). Visit


A blog network featuring moms from around the world. Visit





Rene Syler, author, speaker and television personality, decided she wanted to pull back the curtain and expose the myths about modern motherhood; it’s both terribly rewarding and ridiculously stressful, exhilarating and exhausting, fun and frustrating. She heads Good Enough Mother, a parenting community for moms who understand the challenges of kids who think they know everything but won’t eat anything, neighbors for whom failure is not an option and mothers-in-law who just KNOW you’re doing it wrong.  Visit  





MetroImma addresses the specific needs and desires of Jewish mothers. Their vision is to be the destination site for Jewish moms to socialize, connect and network. Visit





Learn, share and discuss at TODAY Moms: parenting news and views from the TODAY Show. Visit



Trends and Tips for living a fashionable and fabulous life even after kids.  Visit




Mommy Track'd

Always fresh, funny, informative and entertaining, but never judgmental, Mommy Tracked stives to provide time-crunched, over-extended and multitasked-out moms a much needed and well deserved escape from the chaos of modern motherhood. Visit




Stroller Strides is a stroller based workout that offers moms a great way to get in shape, meet other new moms and have fun with their baby. Visit



In 2003, from a corner in her New Jersey basement, author/speaker Jen Singer launched, a place for moms on the brink of desperation to laugh and linger. Visit    




Skimbaco blog network is owned by lifestyle expert, social media strategist, and influential mom Katja Presnal. Skimbaco means living life to the fullest; enjoy the moment, live well and spread sunshine to people around you.   Visit



Mommy Poppins is a popular free resource for parents and kids where you'll discover the inside skinny on where and what to do, see, learn, play, make, read, splash, eat, run amok, party and envy in the New York area with kids.  Visit