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75 Most Influential Canadian Mom Blogs

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Everyone is buzzing about mom blogs these days. They’re the new influencers. With their witty perspectives on raising children to their beautiful images of food, parties, crafts and family adventures, these moms are inspirational, funny and most importantly, real.

Whatever their reason is to blog– from battling PPD to sharing stories of their kids with far-flung family and friends to beginning a career as a freelance writer’€”mom bloggers have become the new consumer advocates. We trust mom blogs because they are real moms, just like us.

To celebrate mom bloggers across Canada, the SavvyMom editorial team worked tirelessly to choose our 75 Most Influential Canadian Mom Blogs for 2013. It was no easy feat. The selection process was based on criteria that included quality of content, look and feel of the blog, audience size and follower engagement (such as through commenting).

And speaking of commenting, don’€™t forget to congratulate your favourite mom blogger in the comments section or let us know if you have a favourite who is not on our list. We love your feedback.

So without further ado, here is our list of the 75 Most Influential Canadian Mom Blogs– click away!

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