I can get with that because I love all the "mommyblogger" events I attend each year, like the Mom 2.0 Summit and the BlogHer conference. I love them because they have made an enormous positive impact on my work, because I am able to network and develop new ideas, and because I get to spend time with my tribe.
I never had a tribe until I started working in social media. I can't begin to express how much it has enriched my life to know the fellow bloggers and entrepreneurs I now know just because I started a blog about postpartum depression nine years ago. I work in a quiet house all day between dropping the kids off and picking them up from the bus stop, but I'm never alone. A quick hop onto Twitter or Facebook and I'm conversing with some of the smartest, most clever, most funny people I know. I'm continually amazed at how much each hasRead More »from Foot in Their Mouth: How the "Wall Street Journal" Got Mommy Bloggers All Wrong