About Authors


AG Knapper is a Canadian wife and mother to three amazing kids. She’s been researching her family tree for over ten years and recently started memorializing it for future generations on her blog, Silly Mummy Family Tree.
Alison Tedford

Alison Tedford is a funny suburban mom who can never find her keys. She is passionate about mental health, physical fitness and being a good parent. Alison likes naps and long walks on the patio with a skinny vanilla latte. You can find her over at http://sparklyshoesandsweatdrops.com
Eric Mason

Eric “WigDawg” Mason lives in Palo Alto, California where he is an active member in the local community. He grew up in Eugene, Oregon where he studied Humanities and Literature and ran X-Country and Track with the University of Oregon. In 2010, along with his NCAA championship team, Eric was inducted into the University of Oregon Hall of Fame. Eric speaks Bahasa Indonesian and has traveled and worked in more than 60 countries throughout the Americas, Asia, Europe, Middle-East and Africa. Eric participates in a number of international not-for-profit organizations which work with children and students throughout Southeast Asia.
John Doe

This writer has chosen to remain anonymous.
Glynis Ratcliffe

Glynis Ratcliffe used to be an opera singer, but after her daughter begged her to stop singing and be quiet for the millionth time, she decided to use her inside voice and write instead. Two years later, this mom of three writes regularly about parenting and mental health for online publications like Scary Mommy, BLUNTmoms, Romper, CBC, and The Washington Post, as well copywriting, editing, and ghostwriting for anchor clients in various industries.
Guest Contributor

This writer has generously offered to share their word babies with us.
Lauren Harkawik

Lauren Harkawik grew up in a mega suburb and planted herself in small-town Vermont. She’s a spiritual hybrid of the two, which means she loves organic farm-fresh food but still seeks comfort in the Golden Arches when there “aren’t any other choices” (which, strangest thing, always seems to happen more often during Shamrock Shake season). She’s the happily tired mom of a very curious toddling little girl, finds true victory in super good thrift store finds (hello, entire set of Fiestaware dinner plates for $9), and keeps a short-form blog at laurenharkawik.com.
Lynn Morrison

Lynn is stumbling through life trying to raise two kids, three dogs, and a hamster. By day, she’s a cubicle jockey, and by night she morphs into her alter ego, a hilarious mom blogger who enjoys wine, writing, and song. In addition to writing for BLUNTmoms, Carrie has been a contributor for Mamapedia, Mamalode, and the anthologies Only Trollops Shave Above the Knee and Surviving Mental Illness Through Humor.
Magnolia Ripkin

Magnolia Ripkin is sort of like your mouthy Aunt who drinks too much and tells you how to run your life, except funny... well mostly funny... like a cold glass of water in the face. She writes a flagrantly offensive blog at Magnolia Ripkin Advice Blog answering pressing questions about business, personal development, parenting, heck even the bedroom isn't safe. She is the Editor in Chief at BluntMoms. Other places to find her: Huffington Post, The Mighty and Modern Loss, The Mid, and Scary Mommy. You can also check her out in two amazing compendiums of bloggers who are published in “I Just Want To Be Alone.” And most recently, Martinis and Motherhood, Tales of Wonder, Woe and WTF
Maureen Stiles

Maureen Stiles is a freelance writer with essays featured in McSweeney’s, Scary Mommy, Mamalode, The Mid, BLUNTmoms and more. You can follow her on Facebook and Twitter.
Whitney Hsu

Whitney is a writer, worship leader, laugher, lover and sushi-eater. She writes for several websites, including her own (WereOnlyHsuman.com) and spends the remainder of her time snuggling and chasing her three kids, aged 5, 3, and 1.

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