Wednesday, September 21, 2011

Top 25 SoCal Mom Blogs!

I'm thrilled to share with you that I was voted one of the Top 25 Southern California Mom Blogs by Circle of Moms last month and that I'm now featured on The RoundUp with all the other amazing 24 SoCal Mom Blogs.

I would like to thank every single person who voted for me. Every single vote made a difference and as a result, I finished in the 9th place! THANK YOU VERY MUCH!

Circle of Moms is a wonderful online community of over 6 million moms worldwide sharing experiences, tips and information about motherhood. As they state on their site: "Circle of Moms aims to help moms connect with each other to address the challenges and share the joys of motherhood together. The commitment to fostering an educational, supportive and secure environment has made Circle of Moms the largest and fastest-growing community of its kind."

After voting was finished and the top 25 were selected, we were asked to name our 3 favorite posts at that time and to answer to 3 questions, as follow:

Favorite Blog Posts

1) What is The Best Part of Living in Southern California?

The weather! Here in Los Angeles we have year-round bright blue skies with almost no rain. We feel privileged to live in a geographical location with some of the best weather conditions in the world. Temperatures are comfortable all year long (not too warm and not too cold), giving us the opportunity to enjoy a great number of outdoor activities.

2) What is Your Favorite Local Kid-Friendly Activity?

We like to take advantage of the weather doing outdoor activities. We love to go to local parks, to ride a bike, to go to the pool and beach, but without a doubt, our favorite is to go to amusement parks. Disneyland is on the top of our list but we also like to go to California Adventure and Knott's Berry Farm.

3) What is The Biggest Challenge of Raising a Child in Your Area?

The fast-paced life and the multicultural melting pot called Los Angeles. It seems to be a city that has in great part forgotten how to be kind to children. The image most of us have in our minds of a typical American neighborhood often depicted in movies seems to be disappearing, at least in our geographical area. The streets filled with trees and homes with white picket fences are giving in to multi-family condominiums, noisy streets where cars move too fast to be safe, and neighbors that no long care to get to know one another are among the biggest challenges we face. Cities are becoming “cold” and in great part indifferent to children. We wish we could go back to the neighborhoods of our childhood where neighbors knew each other, children were allowed to play outside and they played with each other in an environment that was safe.

You can read the other 24 mom blogs' interview and favorite posts by visiting

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