Momversation – see what all the blogging’s about!
On November 3, take a peek at the brand-new site, Momversation.com, and be among the first moms to see some of the web’s most recognizable and outspoken mom-bloggers in a new video show.
That’s right—y’all aren’t going to BELIEVE what I’ve been up to with seven other mom bloggers. We’ve been creating Momversation.
Momversation is a video show and website that brings together the web’s most outspoken mom-bloggers to discuss topics and share their thoughts. The format is unique because the cast of women aren’t in the same room together. Instead, all the material is shot by the panelists in their spare time in their own homes.
Because GOD KNOWS what would happen if we were all in the same room together. This is the only way to separate the voice tracks, I’m sure. But could you see us? (Heather’s family might pull a gun, for Pete’s sake. It’s a surprise, so don’t ask.)
The fun part (to watch, not have to figure out for yourself) is seeing where we have to go to film ourselves in our homes. It ain’t easy. Let’s just say that attempted locations include offices, bedrooms, kitchens, garages, bathrooms (this works), living rooms, and in one failed attempt, a hotel room across from a construction site. My bad.
Momversation is hosted by a rotating cast of 8 hot, mouthy, sage, and influential mom-bloggers including:
- Heather Armstrong of dooce
- Alice Bradley of Finslippy
- Daphne Brogdon of Cool Mom (Fun fact: I used to listen to her on Dr. Dean Edell’s show, and it cinched the choice of my daughter’s name!)
- Asha Dornfest of Parent Hacks
- Nataly Kogan of Work It, Mom!
- Maggie Mason of Mighty Girl
- Mindy Roberts of The Mommy Blog
- Rebecca Woolf of Girl’s Gone Child
Everyone can also “join the momversation” by posting comments and starting their own discussion topics in the Momversation forums.
Momversation videos will also be featured 3x a week on Yahoo! Shine in their Parenting section.
Oh, and don’t forget to sign up for the Momversation newsletter so you can see us having awkward moments talking to ourselves with a tiny camera and no script.