Toronto Mommy Blog

mouseOccasionally, I have ideas. Some of these ideas make it further than others. One idea I had, about 18-months ago, was for a blog catering to Toronto mothers. My wife was to author this blog and it would include "what to do with your kids in the GTA" info.

She was gung ho about the idea, but life got in the way. Here's what I have:

  • The domain name
  • A host with lots of space
  • Movable Type installed and fine tuned by yours truly
  • An initial design that I'm not a big fan of and am happy to change

All I need is an author. Is anyone out there interested in blogging at The only prerequisite is that you're a mother and that you live in the GTA. The subject matter is up to you, as long as it's family friendly.

I'll support you technically and show you the Movable Type ropes. You just have to supply the content. You don't have to pay a penny for the hosting or domain name or any of that jazz.

Let me know if you're interested. needs an author!

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The Mind of a Mom

Hey Mike

I would interested in helping out on the mom blog. I don't know when the last time you were at my blog but please visit and you will see my blogging is family friendly.

Take Care

January 29, 2009 @ 9:13 PM

Toronto Mike

I'm sorry T, the Toronto Mommy blog has been claimed.

Ya snooze, ya lose! ;-)

January 30, 2009 @ 9:23 AM



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