Contributors

Simple living is a very personal thing.  I know I don’t have to tell you that parenting is as well.  What life looks like at my house probably doesn’t look exactly like life at your house. There is no one-size fits all.

For that reason, I feel that an important part of my job as editor of Simple Kids is to hand-pick contributors who can expand the base of life experience and information offered here.

I’m honored to work with writers from a variety of backgrounds and with a range of experiences, expertise, and perspectives. Together, we blend to form a well-rounded blog.

  Amy Anderson writes at Let’s Explore, where she shares her family’s experiences creating, imagining, and playing together. Amy is a mother of two.

Jennifer Brown is our music reviewer, and is a stay at home mom to two energetic, fun little boys. She fancies finding music that connects her to the past & keeps her grounded in the present, and can often be found dancing the 5 pm (and most recently 2 am) hour away in her living room.Read all of Jennifer’s posts
  Vanessa Brown blogs over at I Never Grew Up. She has has four children, two old dogs, and one celebrity dog trainer husband.

 jaimie31_bwbio Jaimie writes about creating a simple, creative, sustainable life with children. An American ex-pat, she has lived in Michigan, Georgia, and California, and she now makes her home in Montreal. As a single parent, she spends her time being messy and crafty with her two daughters, working to build her freelance editing and writing career. She blogs about their adventures at Two Chicks and a Hen.

  Amanda Morgan Amanda is a full time mom to four busy boys and a part-time trainer and consultant for a non-profit children’s organization. She also writes at Not Just Cute, a blog full of ideas that are more than just cute, for preschoolers who are much more than cute too. She is the author of Parenting With Positive Guidance.

  Catherine Way is mum to two boys living in North Australia. They read lots, run lots, love to learn new things and are good at finding fun and mischief. Catherine blogs about her family adventures and passion for lifelong learning at Indirect Observations. .

  Robin Zipporah has two daughters, a son, a lovely husband who works many more than full-time hours, and a full-time career of her own in government in the suburbs of Washington, DC. You can read more about Robin’s parenting philosophies and her family’s antics and adventures at her personal blog, The Not-Ever-Still Life

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