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Top 30 Vancouver Mom Bloggers: 19-24

The nominations are in! Thanks to everyone who nominated their favourite Vancouver mom blog for our sixth annual Top 30 Vancouver Mom Bloggers contest. This week we’re presenting the fabulous 2015 Top 30 Vancouver Mom Bloggers, in no particular order. Today we share our fourth group of six.

Top 30 Vancouver Mom Bloggers: 19-24

 

Kate Muker of Kate Muker

Kate_HJP2012Kate Muker is the proud mama to a little girl named Indira and wife to her amazing husband Sukhi. She is known as a connector and community builder. Through her own journey of growth Kate was inspired to create spaces that ignite women to own their power. Kate is the founder of the Conscious Divas community and local events Living Extraordinary, Thriving Moms and Being Woman Urban Retreat. Kate and Conscious Divas have been quoted in the Vancouver Sun, Globe and Mail and Vancouver View Magazine.

 

Danielle Ciavarro of Smelly Danielly

I started my blog many years ago. Long before social media was a thing. Long before everyone and their brother was an internet personality. I started my blog as a way to tell my stories, to document my adventures, and to connect with people. Along the way I made a lot of friends, met my husband, went on trips, survived thyroid cancer and had a baby. Now we live a cute little life filled with backyard animals, home renovations and toddler antics.

 

 

Alana Pace, Parenting From the Heart

Six months into parenthood with her first, Alana Pace found herself holding another positive pregnancy test. As her disbelief subsided, she knew in order to manage life with two under two, she would have to get creative fast! Almost a year after the arrival of her second son, her blog was born. Raised backing on to a lush greenbelt in Maple Ridge, with a mother who specialized in Early Childhood Education, Alana almost innately finds adventure and an opportunity to discover in whatever she and her toddlers encounter. Once at Simon Fraser University, she gravitated mainly towards developmental psychology and education. Her blog reflects psychological research on child-rearing and is filled with different activities for young kids as well as articles and stories about all the facets of raising two toddlers she has learnt along the way.

 

Stephanie Small of Meet The Smallsens

Stephanie is a wanderlust Vancouverite who loves the sun, sand and surf.  Wife to Nicholas, mother to Sophia and lover of designer bargains and healthy food porn recipes. Stephanie loves her coffee & chocolate strong and dark; and believes avocados and pineapple should be eaten daily. Vinyl records, college basketball andNational Geographic satisfy her Raincouver days; and sunny days are spent roadtrippin’ Beautiful BC with the fam. Meet The Smallsens documents her mom life.

 

Karen Owen, Karen Mom of Three’s Craft Blog

karenKaren Owen also known as Karen Mom of Three is a stay at home mom of three who writes a daily publishing doll blog dedicated to empowering children and the people who love them. Her blog shares daily news from around the dolly world and promotes and highlights crafts, knitting crochet, sewing and more to keep kids playing with and creating for their dolls as long as possible. Karen is also known for her craft tutorials on www.dolldiaries.com and other websites committed to doll play. She also blogs at A Cup of Tea and Cozy Mystery.

 

Mary Kastle of Wizard Wear & Mary Kastle

Mary Kastle Headshot crop 2015Mary Kastle is a crafty and musical mama living in the misty woods of Bowen Island. She unexpectedly founded Wizard Wear when she designed her 6-month old a pair of knee-high baby socks called the Wizard Boots that quickly caught on with other moms. Her Wizard blog is all about sustainable fashion, designing, and parenting. Musically, she writes soulful jazzy songs and blogs about her infinite passion for nurturing the creative spirit. Her muse is in nature, the sparkle in her son’s eyes, and in leaving the world better than she found it.

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