The mailing list was launched in 2002 with the website following in 2005. Rather than tell our story ourselves, we will leave that to the professionals who have written about or interviewed us over the years: The Family Channel By Shannon Henry Special to The Washington Post Tuesday, May 3, 2005 While 4-year-old Michael spins circles around the toy-filled living room and 4-month-old Evan bounces in a baby seat, Mom and Dad peer at the screens of nearly identical silver Power Book computers.
Maria Sokurashvili and Jeff Steele, home for the evening after work, are tending to their other baby -- the online parenting support group called DC Urban Moms. Dads Discuss Parenting Tips By Michel Martin Tell Me More from NPR News June 10, 2008 In honor of Father's Day, three fathers discuss how they use the internet to exchange parenting tips.
Then there are all of the wacky ones from Urban Dictionary. John Cena What would the real John Cena say about this?!
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C., for example, there are 1.4 college educated women between ages 18 and 30 for every man of the same description.
Now, DC Urban Moms and Dads has around 8,000 subscribers. An Interview with the Owner of DC’s Most Popular Parenting Website by Lark Turner Urban Turf November 20, 2014 When Urban Turf spoke to Jeff Steele, his website was down. “At times like this my job monitoring the site is 24/7,” Steele said while sitting in front of his computer, rebooting the site.
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“We didn’t really expect it to grow at the rate it has been growing, Sokurashvili said. How a Mom’s Website Became Her Full-Time Job By Kimberly Palmer US News & World Report Sept.
12, 2011 When Maria Sokurashvili’s son was born about a decade ago, she organized meet-ups with other new moms near her Washington, D. Those casual get-togethers soon led to regular e-mail exchanges and a mailing list, where the moms shared advice and asked each other questions.
For Steele and his wife, the site started after the couple had their first child.