Dooce Blogger Heather Armstrong Separates from Husband

Heather Armstrong, who runs the most successful "mommy blog" on the internet, and her husband Jon have written posts on their respective blogs that they are no longer living together. Jon added that Heather has asked him to find work outside of Armstrong Media, the blogging empire the couple founded that became so… » 1/19/12 5:50pm 1/19/12 5:50pm

"After My First Baby, I Felt No Desire For Sex"

Sometimes the mom blogosphere seems like an international conspiracy to halt the human race. » 11/25/08 1:40pm 11/25/08 1:40pm Like the most recent episode of the video blog , in which four mom bloggers talk about sex after having a baby. "It took a really long time for me to feel like a woman…maybe a year, maybe more, maybe a couple years," says…

McCain's Sneering About Health Inspires Moms To Share Powerful Stories

I can think of one positive outcome of John McCain's putting those dismissive air quotes around women's "health" » 10/21/08 5:40pm 10/21/08 5:40pm: it seems to have inspired many women to share their own stories, no matter how In today's , N. West Moss talks about the secret pain of miscarriage. "To the extent that we have a language to talk about…

Heather "Dooce" Armstrong, "Hot Geek" Husband Are Absolutely Adorable

Heather B. Armstrong, aka Dooce — whom people persist in calling a "Mommy Blogger" even though she's so much more — was on Nightline last night, talking about her blog and her family. I particularly related to the sweet relationship between Heather and her husband, Jon, whom she calls a "hot geek." Jon talks about how… » 5/13/08 12:00pm 5/13/08 12:00pm

Heather "Dooce" Armstrong Makes Kathie Lee Uncomfortable

Talk about ice queens on the Today show: This morning, Heather B. Armstrong met with Hoda Kotb and Kathie Lee Gifford to talk about her award-winning, groundbreaking blog Dooce — is it just me or doesn't it seem a bit unfair to call it a "Mom Blog"? — and sat on the couch with her arms crossed the entire time, looking… » 5/07/08 1:30pm 5/07/08 1:30pm

This Week We Hung Out With A Lot Of Child Molesters

Dooce: Proof That Not All Our Pregnancies Need To End In Abortion?

The Wall Street Journal peeks inside the — controversial! impassioned! and dare we say even more narcissistic than the regular blogosphere! — world that is the mommy blogosphere today, and first of all, we regret to inform you that self-righteous Babble daddyblogger Steve Almond quit last week in a fit of… » 4/10/08 2:30pm 4/10/08 2:30pm