After some discussion among the contributors here, we’ve decided to merge forces with the rational Dads at Science Based Parenting! Please visit us there in the future.
A little history and an explanation are in order.
Jessie and I started Rational Moms in October, 2008. We knew we’d need more contributors to keep it going, so we put the word out. Phil Plait was kind enough to help, and we received many emails from interested moms. We picked a few and got going, and we’ve been lucky to have a great mix of contributors. Recently, however, we’ve slowed down in terms of posting regular content. I know for myself, this has involved a mix of extra family obligations due to illnesses of the elder folks and also wanting to get back to dramatic writing, which is ostensibly what I went to film school to do. Oh, and being a parent didn’t make it any easier to get back to posting frequently.
Our male counterparts over at Science Based Parenting have been closely connected to us all along. We have often been in contact, read each other’s posts, and our very own Laurie Tarr is part of SBP’s podcast, Parenting Beyond Belief. We also both have had the good fortune to lean on sources from SBP’s name inspiration, Science Based Medicine. With all of us working together, we can bring all our readers into one place, post more regularly, and unify all that testosterone and estrogen into one big rational gender balanced family of bloggy goodness.
We’re stronger together than apart. So we want to take our readers along to our new home, where you’ll continue to see our posts, along with the writings of the fab dads who have been posting at SBP. Rational Moms will still be here for a while, with all our old posts, but we might migrate old content over to Science Based Parenting in the future.
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