Journos committed to telling the truth about parenthood can land a byline at Babble.com, an award-winning online magazine serving up nitty-gritty, real-talk content.
“[Babble is] the site that we imagine [a mom] reads at night to relax or in the morning,” said senior editorial manager Dara Pettinelli. “It’s where she goes to unwind and connect with her as woman, and not her as mom. Obviously, parents are more than just mom and dad, and that’s really what Babble speaks to.”
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