Mommy Page approached me for an interview in return for a post about them here. I am not one to advertise for someone or something I don't support, so the first thing I did was go to their website to see exactly what I would be talking about.
They have plenty of coupons and freebies for the financially conscious among us. I saw coupons for Zulily, Overstock.com and JC Penny. And with the holiday season approaching, this is probably a very good thing. Big Guy and I have an ongoing contest to see who can get the most and best stuff for the least amount of money. (I win. Always.)
There are sections with articles for every stage of early motherhood: from pregnancy to toddlerhood. Those seem to be the stages that mothers search for the most online. Once kids hit school-age, you stop worrying about whether or not you're going to break them. Chances are, you already have, and you know it.
They also have a series of interviews with other Mommy Bloggers. That's what I find most interesting. We're always looking for people to connect with and these interviews give you a snapshot into other Mommy Bloggers lives and may give you another person to talk to, read, or connect with.
Check it out. Poke around. See what there is to see. And, eventually, you will see an interview with yours truly.