Kids in LA
- Babes in Disneyland is a terrific book and online source about visiting Disneyland
- CBS Los Angeles has an online Best of LA / Families segment that features stories written by local Moms about things to do and experience in LA.
- Family Savvy – a great guide to what LA has to offer for parents
- Go Play in LA is a seriously amazing resource on all of LA parks and playgrounds.
- LA With Kids is a video driven account of what to do in LA with lots of Top 10 lists.
- Macaroni Kid – Santa Monica offers weekly listings of events in Santa Monica.
- Macaroni Kid – Beverly Hills offers weekly listings of events in Beverly Hills.
- Macaroni Kid – Pasadena offers weekly listings of events in Pasadena
- MommyPoppins – segmented by area of town this site list lots of events and activities to do with kids
- TasterTots L.A. want to know where you can eat in LA with your kids without eating kiddie food? This Mommy written blog uncovers kid-friendly, adult fare in LA.
- Hollywood Hot Moms – get the latest scoop on celeb sightings, and what celebrities are buying and doing with their kids
- MommytoMommy.tv – every other Friday Kimberly Clayton Blaine takes us somewhere fun to discuss something important to Moms, interview a Mommy celebrity or just have fun
Humorous / Informative
- Advice You Did Not Ask For – writer Amanda Schwartz unleashes her sense of humor and perspective in this witty read
- Life With Smalls – a witty account of daily parenting perils by LA screenwriter turned full-time Mom
- Mommy Lite Online – from the author of Got MILF? An irreverant look at parenting
- Not June – MomAngeles editor Susanna Morgan tells it like it is, the pearls are off baby! Watch out!
- Perils of Divorced Pauline – a satirical look at divorce
Insider’s Scoop on LA
- JEN’S LIST, a free daily e-mail newsletter and website reaching over 15,000 families, is the mom’s guide to what’s hot, new, and undiscovered – from baby products and nannies to fun family things to do.
- LA City Mom is a blog dedicated to helping you connect in LA. This is a fun site with personal tips and reviews written by Lee Rose Emery.
- LA Moms Dig – real reviews written by real LA Moms
- LA Story chronicles the adventures of Laura Clark as she finds exciting stuff to do with the kiddo and then jots down the funny bits.
- MomsLA is where you need to be to find out what’s happening in LA! This site is comprised of postings from dozens of LA’s top Mommy bloggers. Stay in the know with these ladies.
- Peachhead is one of the largest online and off-line communities for supporting and connecting families in the Los Angeles area. Members offer each other support in all aspects of parenting life.
- Red Tricycle is a free email newsletter that helps parents have more fun with their kids. They offer ideas for cool things to see, eat, make and do with your kids in your neighborhood.
- StrollerTraffic is a free weekly email for city moms (and expecting moms!) with kids under 3. They help keep you posted on new brands, brilliant inventions, and hot topics for babies and toddlers—all wrapped up in a witty little email.
- The Twin Coach – navigating life and Los Angeles with twins can be harrowing. Gina helps you sort through it.
- JKidLA is a web resource of BJE, a beneficiary agency of the Jewish Federation. A comprehensive listing of the countless formal and informal Jewish educational opportunities and resources in greater Los Angeles. This is a tremendous source that offers information aboout parent classes, mommie and me, schools, camps, special needs, holidays, things to do and more for Jewish children and families. They also offer concierge services to help you decide which programs are best for you and your family.
- Minivan Blues – wondering what you and your kids should rock out to in the car? Want the scoop on cool kids music that won’t drive Mommy insane? MinivanBlues is your source for everything musical.
- Practical Katie offers exactly what it says parenting advice thats very practical
Schools and Education
- Beyond the Brochure – a blog for parents who are applying to private elementary schools in Los Angeles. And, what life is really like at some of these schools.