We are a collaborative blog written by and for local moms with daily posts on things to do around town, ways to get involved in the community, parenting solutions, personal essays from local moms, local business spotlights, giveaways, and more.
“The West’s Most Western Town” has grown into a city of nearly 250,000 people, making it easy to get lost in the crowd. We hope you learn more about our community and get out there and experience it firsthand (and tell us about it too!).
We know that it’s difficult to get out and meet other moms when naps and eating and potty-training are calling for your attention – especially if you’re new in town, new to motherhood, or both. This is our little attempt to make the world feel smaller and to encourage you that you aren’t alone.
- Date Night ideas
- Mom’s Night Out Arizona (quarterly events hosted by Scottsdale Moms Blog in partnership with local businesses)
- Local events and fun things to do with kids and family
- Wisdom from Scottsdale moms who, like you, are right in the thick of it
- Information about local businesses we love, support and hope you will do the same
To make your life as easy as possible, we recommend you subscribe for free. You can do so via RSS or email. We also have an active Facebook community; ‘Like’ us to join the conversation! And we’re on Instagram, Twitter, and Pinterest too.
History of Scottsdale Moms Blog
Scottsdale Moms Blog was founded in 2010 by friends Steph Flies and Joy Cherrick.
They had a vision to create a local community to bring moms together from different backgrounds, but all going through the same experiences. Amazingly over 4 years and many children, they grew the blog into a thriving community and resource for mothers looking to connect throughout the Scottsdale/Phoenix area. The blog has since changed ownership to Angela Barako and Jessica Becker who build upon the vision that Steph and Joy started and are continuously working to bring you the best Phoenix has to offer.
Want More Information?
If you’re a local business interested in reaching our audience or participating in our events, check out our advertising page.
If you want to read more about contributors’ bios, click here.
If you are interested in writing for Scottsdale Moms Blog, check out our Guest Post Submission Guidelines.
Ready to read some blog posts? Start here with our archives.
And thanks for reading SMB. We’re glad you’re here.