Are you a mom who blogs about postpartum depression? We’re searching for inspiring mom bloggers who have fought through postpartum depression to become the strong women (and moms) they are today.

We are trying to promote and recognize the work of moms who blog with this contest, rather than blogs that are intended for mom readership. Therefore, this contest is only open to moms.

To ensure that votes are fairly acquired we do not allow for any prizes or giveaways in exchange for votes.

Voting ended on Feb 21, 2012 at 4pm PT. Top 25 Postpartum Depression Blogs by Moms - 2012 is now closed.

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TOP 25
http://www.makemommygosomethingsomething.com

A personal blog that chronicles my life as a mom, wife, nurse, and the proud owner of a dog that eats linoleum floors. I have amazing hair, bipolar disorder, and a weird obsession of Chuck Norris. I write whatever tickles my armpit.

Interview with All Work and No Play Makes Mommy Go Something Something

173 Votes

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TOP 25
http://www.ppdtojoy.com

Yael Saar is on a mission to remove guilt & shame from mothering: free support groups, UnGuilt Trip classes & coping skills from a Kooky-Jar. Some ideas are utterly serious, some silly side up, all designed to help mothers disarm depression and find joy.

Interview with Postpartume Depression to Joy

130 Votes

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TOP 25
http://jamesandjax.com/

First-time mom, making my way through extended breastfeeding, co-sleeping, attachment parenting, PPD, a full-time job, and trying to figure out who I am now that becoming a mother has totally rocked my world. My blog is my version of cheap therapy!

Interview with James & Jax

99 Votes

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TOP 25
http://ivysppdblog.wordpress.com

A PPD survivor shares her thoughts/experiences w/the goal of spreading awareness/busting motherhood myths & stigma of maternal health issues. Author of "One Mom's Journey to Motherhood:Infertility, Childbirth Complications & Postpartum Depression, Oh My!"

Interview with Ivy's PPD Blog

90 Votes

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TOP 25
http://www.multitaskingmumma.com

A witty mother of one struggling through her battle with PPD and chronic depression. In an attempt to be an advocate for mental illness awareness she writes about her journey, discoveries, and times of sadness and encourages others to find their voice.

Interview with Multitasking Mumma

77 Votes

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TOP 25
http://katekripke.wordpress.com/blog

This is a blog in support of women who struggle through postpartum mood and anxiety disorders and the friends, families, and professionals who see them through to recovery.

Interview with Kate Kripke, LCSW: Prenatal & Postpartum Wellness Strategies

53 Votes

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TOP 25
http://healingmutti.com/

I started writing about my experiences with postpartum depression in hopes that it would not only be therapeutic for me, but helpful to someone else who might be going through the same thing. My blog has served it's purpose, and I am so proud.

Interview with Healing Mutti

50 Votes

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TOP 25
http://www.atlantamom.net

A source for information, inspiration and networking opportunities for moms and families in Atlanta who are searching for the balance of caring for their families while staying true to themselves as women and individuals!

Interview with Atlanta Mom

42 Votes

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TOP 25
http://www.peanutbutterinmyhair.com/

Melissa chronicles the good the bad and the sticky of raising 3 kids with an urban heart in the suburbs, all while navigating the waters of miscarriage, pregnancy, PPD/A and no ability to cook and clean.

Interview with Peanut Butter in My Hair

31 Votes

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TOP 25
http://sluiternation.com/

Wife. Mother. Writer. Finding my voice in a world that has shaken me. I love my life. Even when it's hard. We just laugh more during those times.

Interview with Sluiter Nation

28 Votes

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TOP 25
http://www.daftmamma.co.uk/

My blog started as a therapeutic process for myself and is very honest of my experience. I also offer support to Mum's and write about life in general as I go along :)

Interview with Daft Mama

26 Votes

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TOP 25
http://www.EllieAdorn.com

Mom Support Site focusing on difficult and often taboo topics of parenthood including PPD & Mental Illness, Infertility, Suicide, Breastfeeding Challenges, Prematurity, Parenting, Labor & Birth Challenges

Interview with My 3rd Baby: EllieAdorn

22 Votes

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