Would you like to be featured on the Happy With Baby blog?
Are you a mom (or dad) with a story to tell? Are you also a professional with valuable expertise to share with other new or expecting parents? If so, I'd love to feature your written guest post on the Happy With Baby blog! *Please make sure to read all details below before submitting.
Nothing helps us moms more than the support we get from connecting with other moms and dads who have been through it.
That's why personal stories are so powerful.
I love connecting with therapists and other professionals and experts in their fields, so that we can exchange what we know to support even more new and expecting parents.
My blog publishes weekly on Wednesdays (and sometimes twice a week, when doing a special push for a particular theme). I have niche following of more than 500 email subscribers and more than 1400 followers on social media.
We prioritize the publishing of guest blogs during the months of May (when we promote the theme of Maternal Mental Health Awareness) and November (when we promote the theme of Gratitude). Other guest submissions that don't fit into those themes will be worked into our regular publishing calendar at our discretion.
We do not compensate you for your contribution, but we do promise to put your piece in front of as many readers as we can.
You will still own the copyright to your work, but your piece will become a part of Happy With Baby's evergreen content (meaning, it will continue to be accessible to new readers for as long as Happy With Baby exists). We will share your post with our following and appreciate you sharing it with yours as well.
My readers love to feel validated and learn from other parents that have been there, like you.
So, if you're ready to jump at this opportunity, here's what you need to know:
You might be a:
Working Professional & Parent
Surrogate Birth Mom
Queer or Nonbinary Parent
Parent with a Unique Family Makeup
Mom who has Lived through Postpartum Depression or Anxiety
Married, Divorced, or Single Parent
Parent that is Part of an Interracial Relationship
Mom who Experienced Fertility Issues
Parent Who Dealt with Unique Circumstances During your Pregnancy or Baby's First Year
Parent Raising Your Kids in a Different Country or Culture
Partner to a Mom who experienced Postpartum Depression or Anxiety
Your Area of Expertise Might Be:
Maternal Mental Health Issues
Child Development & Psychology
Autism or Disabilities
Race & Diversity Issues
Financial Wellness for Families
Co-Parenting for Divorced Couples
Legal Matters Affecting Families
Health and Wellness for Busy Moms
Supporting Pregnant Women
Education for Parents or Small Children
Don't see your unique expertise or experience listed here? As long as your submission supports new and expecting families, we can often still work you in.
Our Submission Specifications:
A minimum of 300 words and a max of 1000 words.
A completed final draft of your post, with a title (We reserve the right to edit your title as needed). If we need to request further work to your piece, we may have to eliminate it from our pile.
Include any relevant images. Please no watermarked photos. You must be the owner of the image.
A brief bio, headshot, and any links where people can find you that you'd like us to include (please type out the URL rather than including hyperlinks).
If you mention any statistics or studies, please include source links.
If you want your piece published for the May or November themes, we must receive your submission at least 1 month in advance.
By sending us a submission, you also agree to share your piece with your following once it is published.