Blogust: 3 Days Left and More than 30,000 Comments!

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Calling The Motherhood community!  We only have three days left for Blogust – just three days more to comment on or share a Blogust blog post, and by doing so, providing vaccines for kids around the world who really need them!

Already, there have been more than 30,000 Blogust comments and shares – that’s more than 30,000 vaccines!  Wow.

We’re in the final sprint!  Today, tomorrow and Saturday, we’re asking you to join us by visiting the gorgeous Blogust posts written by 31 talented bloggers (pictured above and linked below), commenting on their posts and sharing them on Facebook and Twitter, and together we’ll provide vaccines for even more kids.

Here are they are, some of the most beautiful, moving, and thought-provoking blog posts you’ll ever read:

August 1: Rebecca Woolf, Girl’s Gone Child – The Power of Post-Its

August 2: Casey Mullins, Moosh in Indy – Being Two is Universal: Let’s Help Every Kid Get There (and Beyond)

August 3: Sili Recio, My Mamihood – The Year of Three

August 4Dresden Shumaker, Creating Motherhood – Finding Yourself at Four: A Post Inspired by Shot@Life

August 5: How Amanda Peet Is Helping Children Everywhere — and How You Can, Too

August 6: Polly Pagenheart, Lesbian Dad – He Enjoys Being a Boy

August 7: Jessica Ashley, Sassafrass – Unexpected Milestones

August 8: Rachel Faucett, Handmade Charlotte – Being 8 is Great!

August 9: Amy Lupold Bair, Resourceful Mommy – And Suddenly… Nine!

August 10: Sheila Dowd, Xiaolin Mama – Double Digits = Double Trouble

August 11: Ellen Seidman, Love That Max – 11 Summers for Max, 11 More Summers for a Child in Need

August 12: Fred Goodall, Mocha Dad – Taylor Swift Helps Me to Better Understand My 12-Year Old Daughter

August 13: Shannon Des Roches Rosa, Squidalicious – The Coolness of Being Thirteen

August 14: Denene Millner, My Brown Baby – Raising 14-Year-Olds Ain’t For Punks: Learning How To Let My Baby Spread Her Wings & Fly

August 15: Carmen Stacier, Mom to the Screaming Masses – Fifteen Brings Changes – Shot@Life

August 16: Tanis Miller, Redneck Mommy – Sixteen and Saving The World

August 17: Migdalia, Latina on a Mission – 17 Full of Possibilities

August 18: Lamar and Ronnie Tyler, Black and Married with Kids – More Than 18 Years of Parenting and I Still Have a Lot to Learn

August 19: Liz Gumbinner, MOM-101, Hey Nineteen: A post to save lives

August 20: Guy Kawasaki – 20 Thoughts for My 20-Year-Old Son

August 21: Jill Nystul, One Good Things – Tips for Parenting Adult (or “Emerging Adult”) Children

August 22: Chloe Jeffreys, Chloe of the Mountain – Love You Forever

August 23: Jeff Sass, Dad-O-Matic – “23 Skidoo” (and Comment for a Cause)

August 24: Darryle Pollack – 24: The Best Gift

August 25: Lucrecer Braxton, Lucrecer – Celebrating 25 **Shot @ Life**

August 26: Caryn Payzant, The Midlife Guru – Fate or Destiny?

August 27: Kelly Wickham, Mocha Momma – Wedding Milestones: A Life-Saving Post

August 28: Kristen Howerton, Rage Against the Minivan – Lessons from my 28th Year

August 29: Sasha Alexander – Actress Sasha Alexander Reflects on Being 29

August 30: Sharon Couto, Mom Generations – My baby turns 30, one milestone at a time ~ #Blogust 2013

August 31: Audrey McClelland, Mom Generations – The Blessing of a Newborn Bay Girl ~ #Blogust 2013

During Shot@Life’s Blogust, 31 bloggers, one each day in August, are writing about moments that matter. For every comment on the 31 blog posts, Walgreens will donate a vaccine up to 50,000 vaccines. Blogust is also part of a wider initiative proudly supported by Walgreens, the “Get a Shot. Give a Shot.” campaign. Walgreens has committed $500,000 to donate up to 3 million vaccines for those kids who need them most. Beginning September 3 through October 14, when you go to Walgreens to get your flu shot, Walgreens will donate a vaccine to the Shot@Life campaign. (*Subject to availability. Some restrictions apply. See pharmacy for details.)

Sign up here for a daily email so you can quickly and easily comment and share every day during Blogust! Stay connected with Shot@Life at www.shotatlife.org, join the campaign on Facebook and follow them on Twitter.

The Motherhood is thrilled and honored to work with the UN Foundation, Chrysula Winegar, Morra Aarons-Mele and the fabulous Blogust bloggers on Blogust 2013 and Blogust 2012.

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Help End Child Hunger: Enter Product Codes for Meal Donations through August 31

After working with a group of incredible bloggers for the past six months to spread the word about the Child Hunger Ends Here campaign, in partnership with ConAgra Foods and Feeding America, we are so pleased to announce that the campaign has met its goal of 3 million meals donated!

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According to the team at Child Hunger Ends Here, our bloggers’ posts have generated more than half of the referral traffic for code entry to get these meals donated. Great job, ladies!

There is still work to be done in the fight against child hunger, and you can continue entering codes through August 31 to donate additional meals.

More than 1 in 5 children in the United States – nearly 17 million kids in our communities, neighborhoods and schools – suffer from food insecurity. You can find hunger statistics for your area on the Child Hunger Ends Here website – in Allegheny County in Pennsylvania, where The Motherhood’s headquarters is located, there are 166,880 food insecure people, and more than 40,000 of them are children.

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For these kids and others across the country, every meal counts, and you can help! You can continue to visit the Child Hunger Ends Here website to enter codes found on participating ConAgra Foods product packaging through Saturday, August 31. Each code represents one meal for a child who needs it.

Make New-School-Year Resolutions During The Motherhood and Capital One #SchoolCents Twitter Party

The back-to-school season marks the unofficial “New Year” for kids and parents. With new schedules, extracurricular activities and nightly homework assignments, it can all get a little chaotic fast. That’s why it’s helpful to make some “new-school-year resolutions” to do things like plan ahead, stay more organized, and create better homework habits. It’s also a great time to make financial resolutions.

The Motherhood is thrilled to be ringing in the new school year with Capital One during the “School Cents” Twitter party. We’re going to help each other prepare for the upcoming school year by sharing our best tips for back-to-school money management.

We’ll also be chatting with The Money Coach, personal finance expert Lynnette Khalfani-Cox, about back-to-school shopping tips and how to use back-to-school shopping as a perfect opportunity to teach kids about important spending and saving habits.

Join Twitter party hosts @theMotherhood, @theMotherhood25 (the Motherhood’s Twitter party account), @CooperMunroe, @EmilyMcKhann and @TheMoneyCoach and get started on your back-to-school resolutions. We can’t wait to exchange ideas, tips and advice for making the next school year the best one yet!

When: Wednesday, August 21 at Noon ET (the party will last one hour)

Where: We’ll be on Twitter – follow the #SchoolCents hashtag to track the conversation. You can see the details and RSVP for the party via this Twtvite.

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Prizes: We’ll be giving away five $50 Visa gift cards, which will be awarded to randomly chosen participants who respond correctly to trivia questions.

We’ll also be joined by these fantastic co-hosts:

Amanda, The Dude Mom@thedudemom
Crystal, Surviving a Teacher’s Salary@TheTeachersWife
Gigi, Kludgy Mom@KludgyMom
Hanan, Lilac City Momma@LilacCityMomma
Heather, OurKidsMom@ourkidsmom
Kristin, Our Ordinary Life@OurOrdinaryLife
Meagan, Sunshine and Sippy Cups@SunandSipCups
Mickey, A Helicopter Mom@ahelicoptermom

We look forward to seeing you there!

 

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The Motherhood, Bloggers and National Wildlife Federation Publish Book on Getting Kids Outside

The Motherhood and National Wildlife Federation’s Be Out There movement announced today the publication of a crowd-sourced e-Book written by 15 bloggers on getting kids outside, titled Be Out There: Cool Outdoor Ideas for Hot Summer Days.

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The e-Book, which is free and now viewable online, features crowd-sourced tips from the mom bloggers and their online communities on:

  • Balancing Screen Time with Green Time
  • Cool Activities for Hot Summer Days
  • Outdoor Time in Everyday Life
  • Nighttime Activities
  • Celebrating Special Occasions in the Great Outdoors

The Motherhood and NWF conducted a survey of social media moms in June 2012 and found that 94% of moms think kids are not spending enough time outdoors and one-third of moms feel guilty that their kids aren’t spending more time outside.

According to the mothers surveyed by The Motherhood, the biggest impediments to getting kids outside were: weather (61%), safety concerns (38%) and technology (36%).   The significant focus on weather as the number one barrier for families to outdoor time inspired the creation and publication of the e-Book.

Join us next Tuesday, August 20, at 1 p.m. ET for a Twitter party to celebrate the e-Book launch with NWF’s Be Out There movement and all of the authors!

If you have your own suggestions for outdoor fun to beat the heat, we would love to hear from you at the Twitter party or in the comments section. You can visit the e-Book authors on their blogs for more ideas:

Andrea Updyke, Li’l Kid Things

Brett Martin, This Mama Loves…

Caryn Bailey, Rockin’ Mama

Elena Sonnino, Live.Do.Grow.

Fadra Nally, All Things Fadra

Heather Hopson, Diary of a First Time Mom

Holly Ambrose, Tropic Home and Family

Jennifer Matuska, Mommy Instincts

Kimberly Coleman, Mom in the City

Louise Bishop, MomStart

Marianna Nichols, Green Mama’s Pad

Molly Balint, MommyCoddle

Nickida Stephens, Nicki’s Random Musings

Piera Jolly, Jolly Mom

Tiffany Merritt, Stuff Parents Need

Fellowes Laminators Help Make Learning Fun

It’s hard to believe back to school season is already here. While we’ll be getting our kids ready to start a new school year over the next few weeks, teachers will also be busy preparing for the year ahead. From creating lesson plans to setting up the classroom, teachers do a lot of work before and during the school year to help our kids fill their minds with as much knowledge as possible. Having great tools, like a laminator, to use in their planning helps make teachers’ very important jobs a little bit easier.

The Motherhood teamed up with Fellowes Laminators to help parents and teachers kick off the back-to-school season with ideas for staying organized and making learning even more fun by preserving documents, like schedules, calendars, flash cards, charts, certificates, classroom decorations and more.

Fellowes gave 20 moms a Saturn2 95 laminator and asked them to share some their tips and ideas for the many great things laminators can do to help make this new school year fantastic in the classroom and at home.

Crystal from Simply Being Mommy laminated colorful notes to slip into her kids’ lunchboxes during the school year.

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Courtesy of Simply Being Mommy

Michelle from Honesty and Truly created a checklist for her kids to fill out as they go through their morning routine before leaving for school.

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Courtesy of Honest and Truly

Marisa from Pennywise Mama made preschool worksheets to help her little ones practice writing and counting.

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Courtesy of The Pennywise Mama

The whole group seemed to love the Saturn2 95 laminator’s helpful features like the HeatGuardTM Technology that keeps heat inside the laminator so it is comfortable to touch and safe for kids in the classroom and at home. The Advanced Temperature Control for hot and cold laminating, release lever to prevent jams and the wide opening for larger documents were also big hits among the moms and teachers.

While a Fellowes laminator is a fantastic back-to-school tool, teachers are the real superstars of the classroom. Through September 30, Fellowes is holding the “Celebration of Superstar Teachers” contest, and they want your help in recognizing a special teacher in your community who goes above and beyond for his or her students.

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The top 25 teachers will receive a laminator education prize package from Fellowes, and five grand prize teachers will also win a classroom organization prize package. Nominating an exceptional teacher is easy. Just head over to the Fellowes Facebook page and fill out the entry form. Don’t forget to vote for your favorite teacher in the “View and Vote” section.

Do your kids have a favorite teacher whom they might want to nominate? Did you have a favorite teacher who made a lasting impression on you when you were in school? Tell us about it in the comments below.

Celebrating Great Skincare with willa and The Motherhood

This summer, The Motherhood partnered with the amazing willa natural skincare made just for girls and invited some of our bloggers to try willa’s products with their daughters by throwing at-home spa parties with friends. The Motherhood’s co-founders Emily and Cooper joined in the fun with their daughters, too! The results? Beautiful, healthy skin, smiling faces, and lots of fun!

willa is the first natural skincare line just for tween girls, with products developed by a dermatologist at one of the top emulsion labs in the United States. The skincare line offers 18 products, including face wash, moisturizing lotion, sunscreen and more – all made without chemicals, parabens, dyes, or sulfates.

Six years ago, Christy Prunier realized that there were no natural skincare products available for her 8-year-old daughter Willa. After dealing with skin cancer at age 29, Christy regretted not taking better care of her own skin and was determined to help her daughters care for theirs starting at an early age. She decided to take matters into her own hands and created willa.

Check out what some of the participating bloggers had to share about willa and their willa skincare parties!

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“The girls were SQUEALING with happiness when they saw the table! We put everyone’s hair up and out of their faces, then got down to business.”

-Melissa, All Things Chic

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Photo courtesy of Melanie, Melanie in the Middle

Cecile, who blogs at The Shopping Duck, said that her daughter’s spa party was a big hit:

“As the girls were trying all the products, they were sipping lemonade from their new insulated cups and dining on cookies and fruit. They loved the pampering and they were able to take home a travel kit with willa products to continue their healthy face routine.”

Jennifer from The Dirty t-Shirt had a funny story to share:

“My daughter went to her drawer, you know the one that houses tubes and bottles of past used products, and dumped it right into the trash can and exclaimed, ‘I have finally found products that work and that I like!’ – to which I promptly put the willa website on my favorite list for future orders. The girls all enjoyed their pampering day and I enjoyed seeing them happy and finally finding a product line that my daughter likes!”

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Photo courtesy of Elena, Live.Do.Grow.

And Elena of Live. Do. Grow. summed it up when she wrote, “I realized that just like I want to empower my daughter and other tweens to use their voices for good, empowering them to take control over their health and longevity is important.”

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(At Cooper’s party even little brothers got involved!)

Talking about skincare through a fun setting like a party with friends is such an ideal way to help our tweens understand how important skincare is.

Thanks so much to willa for the opportunity!

Blogust Kicks Off Today – Join The Motherhood to Help Kids Get a Shot@Life!

The Motherhood is honored to be working with the United Nations Foundation for the second year in a row in support of Shot@Life, a movement dedicated to protecting children worldwide by providing vaccines for kids who need them most.

Today is the kick-off for Blogust, a month-long blog relay with 31 incredible bloggers, each writing one post about a milestone in a child’s life.  Today on August 1, Rebecca Woolf wrote a gorgeous post about memories starting at age 1, and tomorrow Casey Mullens will write about milestones for two years olds, and then each day of the month, the Blogust bloggers will write about milestones for kids by age – on August 3, a three year old, on August 4, a four year old, up to a ‘kid’ age 31 on the last day of the month.

Most importantly, for every comment on all 31 blog posts, Walgreens will donate a vaccine to a child in need.  Incredible, right?  Our goal is 50,000 vaccines.

Please visit the Blogust blogs every day and comment!   Sign up here to receive a reminder email each day in August so you can add your voice and contribute a vaccine every day of Blogust.  Or, be sure to visit Blogust or check back here to see the list of the blog posts for a quick and easy way to view and comment.

August 1: Rebecca Woolf, Girl’s Gone Child – The Power of Post-Its

August 2: Casey Mullins, Moosh in Indy – Being Two is Universal: Let’s Help Every Kid Get There (and Beyond)

August 3: Sili Recio, My Mamihood – The Year of Three

August 4: Dresden Shumaker, Creating Motherhood – Finding Yourself at Four: A Post Inspired by Shot@Life

August 5: How Amanda Peet Is Helping Children Everywhere — and How You Can, Too

August 6: Polly Pagenheart, Lesbian Dad – He Enjoys Being a Boy

August 7: Jessica Ashley, Sassafrass – Unexpected Milestones

August 8: Rachel Faucett, Handmade Charlotte – Being 8 is Great!

August 9: Amy Lupold Bair, Resourceful Mommy – And Suddenly… Nine!

August 10: Sheila Dowd, Xiaolin Mama – Double Digits = Double Trouble

August 11: Ellen Seidman, Love That Max – 11 Summers for Max, 11 More Summers for a Child in Need

August 12: Fred Goodall, Mocha Dad – Taylor Swift Helps Me to Better Understand My 12-Year Old Daughter

August 13: Shannon Des Roches Rosa, Squidalicious – The Coolness of Being Thirteen

August 14: Denene Millner, My Brown Baby – Raising 14-Year-Olds Ain’t For Punks: Learning How To Let My Baby Spread Her Wings & Fly

August 15: Carmen Stacier, Mom to the Screaming Masses – Fifteen Brings Changes – Shot@Life

August 16: Tanis Miller, Redneck Mommy – Sixteen and Saving The World

August 17: Migdalia, Latina on a Mission – 17 Full of Possibilities

August 18: Lamar and Ronnie Tyler, Black and Married with Kids – More Than 18 Years of Parenting and I Still Have a Lot to Learn

August 19: Liz Gumbinner, MOM-101, Hey Nineteen: A post to save lives

August 20: Guy Kawasaki – 20 Thoughts for My 20-Year-Old Son

August 21: Jill Nystul, One Good Things – Tips for Parenting Adult (or “Emerging Adult”) Children

August 22: Chloe Jeffreys, Chloe of the Mountain – Love You Forever

August 23: Jeff Sass, Dad-O-Matic – “23 Skidoo” (and Comment for a Cause)

August 24: Darryle Pollack – 24: The Best Gift

August 25: Lucrecer Braxton, Lucrecer – Celebrating 25 **Shot @ Life**

August 26: Caryn Payzant, The Midlife Guru – Fate or Destiny?

August 27: Kelly Wickham, Mocha Momma – Wedding Milestones: A Life-Saving Post

August 28: Kristen Howerton, Rage Against the Minivan – Lessons from my 28th Year

August 29: Sasha Alexander – Actress Sasha Alexander Reflects on Being 29

August 30: Sharon Couto, Mom Generations – My baby turns 30, one milestone at a time ~ #Blogust 2013

 

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Dreyer’s/Edy’s Limited Edition Flavors Give Bloggers a Reason to Smile

I scream, you scream, and 40 bloggers and their families have all been screaming for Dreyer’s and Edy’s ice cream throughout the last 31 days of National Ice Cream Month.

The Motherhood partnered with Dreyer’s/Edy’s throughout the month of July to celebrate a cool treat that keeps a smile on our faces all summer. During National Ice Cream Month, 40 families dug in to the four limited edition Dreyer’s/Edy’s ice cream flavors and reported back to us with their thoughts.

Leila from Life as Leels and her family not only loved trying the flavors, they had fun too.

“It was a great night spending time together as a family trying out and eating our new favorite ice cream flavors – and for a great cause too!”

It was for a great cause, because if tasty limited edition ice cream flavors weren’t enough of a reason for the bloggers and their families to smile, Dreyer’s and Edy’s are also partnering with Operation Smile, an international children’s medical charity, to donate up to $125,000 to make possible 500 reconstructive surgeries for children around the world who suffer from cleft lip, cleft palate and other facial deformities. How great is that?!

Tiffany from Stuff Parents Need and her husband made their ice cream taste testing into a fun back porch date night.

“We didn’t have to hire a babysitter to get some quality time in. We just needed our favorite ice creams and to head out to our back porch! We recently got some outdoor furniture (a first for us, even though we’ve been married for 11 years!). This was the perfect opportunity to break it in!”

Other bloggers and their families pitted the flavors against one another to see which one came out on top. The competition was pretty fierce.

The “Take the Cake” flavor with its yellow cake-flavored ice cream, frosting swirls and multi-colored sprinkles was a fan favorite in the houses of Amy of Grinning Cheek to Cheek, Lauren of Crazy About My Baybah and Rachel of Yellow Tennessee’s kids.

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Photo courtesy of Grinning Cheek to Cheek

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Photo courtesy of Yellow Tennessee

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Photo courtesy of CrazyAboutMyBaybah

The 3 Stripes You’re Out flavor, with its blueberry and strawberry swirls throughout vanilla ice cream, was a big hit with Annie from Mama Dweeb’s daughter.

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Photo courtesy of Mama Dweeb

The swirls of salted caramel and pretzel pieces in the vanilla ice cream of the Sunny Salted Caramel Pretzel flavor brought smiles to the faces of Bridgette of The Experimental Mommy’s daughters.

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Photo courtesy of Experimental Mommy

Jessica from It’s My Life’s family couldn’t get enough of the caramel coconut swirl and brownie pieces in the chocolate ice cream of the German Chocolate Cake Spectacular. They didn’t waste time with a bowl and took their spoons directly to the source!

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Photo courtesy of It’s Jessica’s Life

The whole group seemed to love the fact that most of the limited edition flavors were available in the Slow Churned variety, which has all the taste of regular ice cream but with ½ the fat and 1/3 fewer calories. It’s a win-win!

Since May 15, Dreyer’s and Edy’s have been sharing posts stamped “A Reason to Smile” on their respective Facebook pages every two weeks. Each post allows fans to participate in different activities – from liking, sharing, and commenting – to learn about the cause and help Dreyer’s and Edy’s reach their goal of donating up to $125,000 to Operation Smile this year. The campaign runs through September 31, 2013. To participate and learn more about “A Reason to Smile” and Dreyer’s and Edy’s ice cream, visit www.facebook.com/dreyersicecream or  www.facebook.com/edysicecream.

13 Things We Learned at BlogHer ’13

Emily and Cooper have been representing The Motherhood at BlogHer since the conference began years ago, but the rest of The Motherhood team was among the “newbies” on site this year.

We had a blast, met new friends and connected with old ones, and learned a lot, both in the workshops and on the Expo Hall circuit. Whether you were at BlogHer ’13 or have attended in the past, you probably know it’s a nonstop whirlwind of activity, but we’ve narrowed down our takeaways to the top 13 things we learned while we were there. We hope you find our thoughts useful, or at least entertaining!

Tip 1 (from Brittney): Twitter is a Great Tool for Instant Recaps. With such a packed conference schedule, as much as you would like to be in three places at once, it’s just not possible. Because many interesting sessions happened concurrently, The Motherhood team split up and took to Twitter to share bite-sized tips from sessions we attended, keeping both our team members and the larger #BlogHer13 community abreast of the expert commentary. It paid off in more than one way – Cision listed @theMotherhood as the fourth most retweeted username at the conference!

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Tip 2 (from Erin): Include On-Site Flex Time in Your Schedule and Use Twitter to Arrange Meet-Ups. Yes, The Motherhood blanketed Twitter with tips from workshop sessions and comments from the keynote speakers, but it was also the handiest way to set up last-minute get-togethers with people we wanted to meet, and those who wanted to meet us – including longtime friends Amy of Grinning Cheek to Cheek and Deb of Just Short of Crazy and new friend Maggie of Super Savvy Mommy.

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Tip 3 (from Dana): Make Yourself Easy to Find. In many instances during the BlogHer conference, you could be walking right past someone you have regular online conversations with, but have no idea what they look like in person. Let your community know where you’ll be and when, but also consider tweeting out a “selfie” that includes the outfit you are wearing that day, so you are easy to spot as you make your way through the conference activities.

Tip 4 (from Erin): Sometimes You Just Have to Say a Name and Hope You’re Right! It’s not always easy to recognize real-life faces from photos! Sometimes we would see a face we thought we knew, wait for the person to pass, and then call a name after her and wait for a pause or a head turn to indicate that we were right. Using this “technique,” we met several people we might not have otherwise, and the fantastic Jen of The Suburban Mom was one of them!

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Tip 5 (from Nicole): Pinterest is the New Google. This is one of those great insights we gleaned from the workshop sessions. Of all social media networking sites, Pinterest is the number one referral site – which means you want to be well-represented there! To make it easy for others to pin images from your blog, add hover-over “Pin It!” buttons on your images. Because people are now using Pinterest as a search engine, users should add hashtags and descriptions to pins that will make the images more discoverable in search results.

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See You At BlogHer ’13!

The Motherhood team is packing up and getting ready to head to Chicago to meet all of the beautiful bloggers at BlogHer ’13! We’re ready to learn, meet-up and party down!

Emily, Erin, Kayla, Dana, Nicole and Brittney will all be there and would LOVE to meet up with you! We’ll be in the expo hall from 4:30 – 5:00 p.m. on Friday evening for sure, so be on the lookout if you’re trying to find us!

A few of us will also be running the BlogHer ’13 5k Fun Run on Friday morning, so watch for our bright blue shirts!

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Want to meet but not sure when? Use Twitter to find us and send messages!

@TheMotherhood
@EmilyMcKhann
@eolson426
@keekaree18
@danahanzlik
@nicole_paladin
@brittney_coburn

Safe travels, everyone! The Motherhood will see you there!

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