TikTok moms are removing videos of their children following concerns of exploitation of 3-year-old Wren Eleanor
'You can control the content you post of your own children on social media.'
On Jul 17, 2022 by Gisselle Hernandez
‘TikTok is a wild place’: Mother does TikTok dance next to her hospitalized baby in viral video, dividing viewers (updated)
'Y’all want her to sit there crying... or have a positive mindset towards it?'
On Dec 19, 2021 by Stacy Fernandez
‘Mom, I’m actually seriously crying’: YouTuber deletes accounts after receiving backlash for posing her crying son for video (updated)
The video was about their sick puppy.
On Sep 12, 2021 by Brooke Sjoberg
Instagram mom says that photos of her son don’t perform well—on his birthday
Well, this poor kid is doomed.
On Nov 19, 2018 by Stacey Ritzen
The ‘mommy blogger’ stigma: Why accomplished women can’t shake the title
Glennon Doyle Melton is a best-selling author and sought-after speaker—so why do people still professionally refer to her as a parent first?
On Mar 2, 2017 by Sarah Bregel
How a joke adultery post left a Facebook mom group fearing for its safety
Harassers refused to see it as satire—and the group has since shuttered.
On Sep 16, 2016 by Lyz Lenz
Is creating ‘mommy blog’ content the new child labor?
1 in 7 moms in America are bloggers—but how does that affect their kids?
On Sep 10, 2016 by Lyz Lenz
Everyone’s mad about an Instagram photo of kids playing with their mom’s vibrator
Gasp! Think of the children.
On Nov 14, 2014 by EJ Dickson
Why evangelical mommy bloggers don’t want you to read ‘Harry Potter’
'Harry Potter' isn't just for non-Christians. J.K. Rowling's work is for everyone.
On Sep 26, 2014 by Chris Osterndorf
The real problem with mommy blogging
Documenting your child's every move is cute when they're seven, but what about when they grow up?
On Jun 24, 2014 by [email protected]
You’re a failed parent unless you get your toddler this tiny, 3D-printed Iron Throne
Help your kid rule with an iron fist. A tiny baby fist.
On Jun 18, 2014 by Aja Romano
‘American Blogger’ documentary whitewashes the industry
There's something missing here.
On Apr 7, 2014 by Brendan O'Connor
The story about a toddler being assaulted at Walmart is probably fake
The truth will set you free—or get you committed.
On Aug 7, 2013 by Miles Klee