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If they are sifting through anything, it’s style—Momfilter, a blog created by the founding editors of Cookie magazine, provides modern-aged Moms and Dads with tips and information on the latest trends, hottest deals, and savviest parents. Whether it is an interview with John Spade or a priceless photo of a child doing some “Riveting Reading,” (See Lisa Rubisch’s post in the “Remembering” section from 6/20 for a good laugh) this blog accumulates truly entertaining and useful information based on personal experience and research.
Because Momfilter’s writers represent a conglomerate of diverse and eclectic individuals, their posts range from articles about beautiful baby bottles to articles about the best charcoal for grilling—don’t let the name of the blog fool you, this blog is for Dad’s too.
The website is incredibly easy to navigate and appealing to both the eye and the ear. If you’re looking to discover new information or pass on information or knowledge of your own, visit Momfilter and see what over a dozen experts have to say. Parenthood is made simpler by visiting this one single place. - Holly Tucker
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