10 Moms On Twitter You Should Follow
Mother’s Day honors the women who raised us, those who gave us life and the women who are always our No. 1 fans. Moms are a big demographic, and they’ve taken to the social media sphere in mass numbers, sharing their thoughts and interests with one another around the world. Wall Street Insanity highlights 10 moms on Twitter you should follow:
Wendy Aarons is a mother, humor writer and self-ascribed curmudgeon. Although she says she’s only tweeting to get Barry Manilow’s attention, she’s the co-creator of two blogs.
Abercrombie & Fitch CEO Mike Jeffries looks like the kind of guy who tries to bang hotel maids. Ick.
— Wendi Aarons (@WendiAarons) May 9, 2013
Robin O’Brant is a Southern girl and media addicts. The author of “Ketchup is a Vegetable and Other Lies Mothers Tell Themselves” tweets profound musings on motherhood.
During bath time tonight 8yo yelled “Sadie (4yo) kicked me in the nuts!!!!” I have all daughters. *shakes head*
— Robin O’Bryant (@robinobryant) May 10, 2013
Selfish Mom is a Brooklyn blogger who rarely takes life too seriously. Her sarcastic take on motherhood includes blunt observances most would be too afraid to tweet.
Overheard at dinner: “You have every right to have that opinion. It’s just that your opinion is stupid.”
— SelfishMom (@SelfishMom) May 2, 2013
Laney Griner is a Florida mom who tweets her observations throughout the day. She attributes her “not safe for work” tweets to her love of bullying woodchucks.
You may not have candy for breakfast, now finish your pop tart.
— Laney Griner (@laneymg) May 6, 2013
Mother-of-two Suzanne Davis calls herself a “blogger, a baker, a cute baby maker.” In addition to tweeting updates on the ups and downs of motherhood, Davis talks about her boobs a lot.
Why is the vanilla stripe in Neapolitan ice cream always the biggest? Go home vanilla, no one likes you best.
— Suzanne Davis (@bebehblog) April 24, 2013
Minneapolis mom Tracy Morrison juggles raising three girls with work as a freelance writer and lifestyle blogger. She’s also the co-producer of the Listen To Your Mother Show.
Just realizing that we are going on a date driving a minivan. THIS is the main reason we never go out.
— Tracy Morrison (@sellabitmum) April 5, 2013
Aliza Sherman has been active in the social media movement since she started Cybergirl, Inc. back in 1990. She also founded Webgrrls International, the first women’s networking group on the Internet.
I wonder when we’ll stop counting our fans & followers & scrambling to get more & instead focus on doing good work, sharing great messages.
— Aliza Sherman (@alizasherman) May 3, 2013
Kelly Oxford is a bestselling author of “Everything is Perfect When You’re A Liar,” as well as a screen writer. Her no-nonsense tweets make it hard to keep a straight face.
“Oh shit. I’m fucked.” Me, every time I’m within 10ft of a police officer, even though I’ve done nothing.
— kelly oxford (@kellyoxford) May 6, 2013
Jenna McCarthy’s tweets are hilarious. The author and mother was once chosen to do a TED talk.
I have NO VOICE and tomorrow is my anniversary. It’s like myhusband *planned* this or something.
— jenna mccarthy (@jennawrites) April 29, 2013
McMommy is a 30-something blogger from Florida whose tweets are both thought-provoking and humorous. Her daily observations on pretty much any subject she thinks of are some of the funniest.
I want Mark Wahlberg to whisper in their ear when he hands them the Oscar “Say hi to your mother for me.”
— McMommy (@McMommyblog) February 25, 2013