City Mom Collective is proud of the work our
Sister Sites are doing to connect moms in their communities nationwide.
Atlanta Mom is a media outlet for moms with content created by moms. We average over 200,000 visits to our website each year! Our mission has always been to connect and engage moms in the Atlanta area and to make the lives of local parents easier by providing relevant and timely information and resources, as well as connecting moms to one another through shared experiences. Our readers are paying attention which means stronger visibility for you and greater impact on your target audience.
What do you love most about being a Sister Site Owner?
Some stages of motherhood can feel lonely and isolating. We love owning a site that helps moms engage with each other and connect with their community. Atlanta is big, but we hope to make it feel a little smaller and more personal as we support each other along this motherhood journey.
Natalie Rickerson and Jessica Choice
What Every Mom Should Know About Atlanta
The city of Atlanta has many nicknames, but The City in a Forest is our favorite. Giant trees and plant life can be found surrounding our beautiful skyline and woven throughout unique, urban developments. And Atlanta has done an amazing job of connecting the developments via wooded trails, like the Beltline and the Greenway.
We love Atlanta’s diverse culinary options – you want it? We got it… from upscale tapas restaurants to down home southern soul food. And don’t forget the delicious barbecue, local breweries, and cozy coffee shops! If in Atlanta, be on the lookout for celebrity sightings! The popular series Ozark and The Walking Dead aren’t the only ones filmed in the Atlanta area… popular movies (hello, Marvel) and lots of binge-worthy tv series are filmed here as well. Jessica (co-owner of Atlanta Mom) has recently seen Pierce Brosnan and Mark Wahlberg out in restaurants!
You will never be bored in Atlanta. CNN Center, The World of Coca-Cola, the Fox Theater, Braves games (baseball), Fernbank Museum, Atlanta United games (soccer), Centennial Olympic Park, Piedmont Park, Martin Luther King Jr National Historic Site, the College Football Hall of Fame, Six Flags Over Georgia, Falcons games (football), Stone Mountain, the Atlanta Botanical Garden, the Atlanta Zoo, the Georgia Aquarium, Ponce City Market, the High Museum of Art, the National Center for Civil & Human Rights…. and festivals, concerts and farmer’s markets galore. You. Will. Never. Be. Bored.
Atlanta is a hop, skip and a jump from some great weekend getaway destinations. Had a busy week and need a quiet place to recharge? Atlanta has Blue Ridge, GA; Serenbe; Callaway Gardens; Helen, GA; Chattanooga, TN; and many other locations within a short drive. Ready for a longer road trip? Savannah, GA and Charleston, SC are historical coastal towns that can’t be beat.