Why is it that mommy bloggers seem to always be associated with cute, silly, and adorable items involving children? Kelby Carr, the Founder of Type-A Parent, believes that this association often stems from parent bloggers not taking themselves seriously.
As she explained to WebProNews, both mommy and daddy bloggers need to put the goo-goo and gaa-gaa attitude away and be serious about what they're doing. She tells us that parent bloggers need to define their own roles and utilize free tools that are available to improve the looks of their site.
According to Carr, parent bloggers are real people that can make a significant difference on society. They are not parents that have just decided to start blogging, but they are lawyers, doctors, and other professionals that want a balance between a career and life. For this reason, Carr believes they should be taken seriously.