Day By Day
Hurry up and slow down to get the most out of life with your kids.
As editor in chief of Day Communications, Inc.'s Nashville Parent magazine and editorial director of nashvilleparent.com, Susan Day brings vision, creativity and practicality to solving problems and providing service for local parents. As co-founder of Nashville Parent (along with Publisher Stewart Day), Susan has pioneered the local parenting category since 1993. She's Mom to four kids ages 18, 16, 14 and 9.
Country Chic Mom
From cakes and crafts to products and messy kids, Kiera Ashford blogs on raising her family with traditional values intact while up to speed in the contemporary world.
Associate Editor Kiera Ashford brings her craftability into her everyday life with her two wonderful — and sometimes crazy — children ages 6 and 2. She is also a graduate of Middle Tennessee State University and native of Murfreesboro.
Confessions of a Frumpy Mom
Sue Moore is a married mom of two girls. She works full time as a social worker, and after her kids go to bed she spends her time cultivating her obsession with Pinterest, the Real Housewives, and trying to stay awake past 9:00pm.
Nashville Foodie Mama
I am a Nashville girl who loves a good meal and remembers everything about it.
Well, if you’ve gotten this far, thanks for clicking on my blog! I’ve been fond of food in a “tell you all about it and in great detail” way for over 20 years. My desire to eventually get back to being skinny is unfortunately undermined by my desire to enjoy a menu without constraint. I am a Nashville girl who loves a good meal and remembers everything about it. I grew up in Franklin, met my husband after college, and traveled for 8 years before settling back in Williamson County. Coming back home has been wonderful to experience all the amazing restaurants that have hit the Nashville scene. Everywhere from 12 South to Midtown to Germantown to the Gulch and East Nashville- there is something special going on in and around Music City. I am mom to 3 elementary kids who get toted to all the Farmers Markets around town each week. I, in turn, get toted to basketball, soccer, gymnastics, and all the friends’ birthday parties that keep our Saturdays full. Thankfully, I have a respite of meal time- 3 times a day. And it is with great enthusiasm that I get lost in thought about where I am going to enjoy my next meal. Cheers to all the best bites around town. Hope to hit them all!
Pictures & Words
Combining her talents for photography and storytelling, Ann-Marie now brings her unique perspective as a Nashville Parent blogger.
Ann-Marie Hensley is a photographer with a great eye for art. Pictures and Words is a place where she can combine her love for photography and storytelling. Ann-Marie lives in a log cabin in Nashville, TN with her husband, two daughters, the smartest dog on the planet, and a cat that thinks he's a dog. If you can't find her in her log cabin, you can always find her at www.ann-mariehensley.com
Single Dad Perspective
Jeff is a single dad raising three boys- the oldest 11 and 8 year old twins- while juggling a full time job and developing an all-natural food company on the side. In his spare time, he continues his 'Indiana Jones' quest for the healthy, homemade dinner when his sons don't roll their eyes.
Red Dirt For Dinner
Gwen Adams blogs about life with her musician husband, Dan, and three active kids.
Gwen Adams is determined to show her kids how to live life to its fullest while standing by her man Dan as he chases the Nashville dream singing and writing away.
The Family that Reads Together
Wendy uses her powers of writing to bring us reviews of great children's literature as well as sharing her personal stories about reading with kids.
Wendy spends her time momming, blogging, freelancing, and writing children’s books.
The Squeaky Wheel
A great source of inspiration and support for parents of special needs children.
Erin is the mother of three wonderful children, including a 12-year old son with Autism. Once a practicing lawyer, she now advocates for the educational rights of students with disabilities. She is also involved in community and professional theater in Nashville.