AUSTIN, Texas — We’ve seen the new wave of blogs in the sports world.
But we’ve also seen the old ones, the ones that have been around since the dawn of blogging.
We’re not here to talk about the first wave, the old blogs, or the ones before that, or even the ones now.
Instead, we’re here to discuss the new ones, which have emerged over the past year or so.
Tampa, Fla., mom bloggers and the first-ever Tampa Mom Bloggers meet in a Tampa hotel bar in a packed, late-October evening.
It’s the start of a month-long event that will be held every Wednesday at 8 p.m. and includes a cocktail party, a photo booth, a children’s show, a cooking class, and an awards banquet, all in a space that is now one of the city’s most crowded and intimate places.
The Tampa Mom blogger movement is the brainchild of Amy and Dan Dennings, who had the idea for the event in late October, just as the blogosphere was beginning to take off.
“It was just like a lot of these places, we just wanted to have a gathering and be together, but not be in one place,” Amy said.
In the fall, the Dennigs began to work on a website, and in early February, they began a Facebook page.
The Dennigans, a couple who have been blogging since 2007, quickly realized that the community of bloggers was exploding.
They began to expand the event into the blogging community as well, adding a full-time, paid staff and launching a new blog called Tampa Mom.
The Tampa mom bloggers are not the first bloggers to launch into the blogging world, and there are plenty of others who have done so.
But the Densings decided to make their own, because they wanted to make a statement.
They also wanted to be able to do something positive for their local community.
The blog is designed to be the first in the nation to host an awards dinner, and they are also planning a cook-off, a fundraiser for a local homeless shelter, and a cookbook signing.
But this is no ordinary blog.
It is not about a few posts that start with the words “Mommy Blog” or “Dad Blog.”
They are not simply about what happens when your kid has a fever or a hangover or a heart attack or a concussion or an injury or an illness.
There is a lot going on.
They do not talk about sports, or politics, or sports culture, or women’s sports, but there is also a lot to talk, and some of the events and conversations they are participating in are about a lot more than sports.
Amy and Dan are joined by other Tampa mom blogs, such as The Tampa Mom, The Tampa Kid, and The Tampa Dad.
As they continue to expand their audience, Amy and Dennies are working to bring new events to the blog.
For instance, in addition to hosting a cocktail dinner for the first time, they are hosting a cooking show every Wednesday.
They are also hosting a childrens show every Thursday.
And they are partnering with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers on a special blog event each season.
The bloggers have created an Instagram account, the Tampa Mom Team, to showcase their work.
Amy and the Dernigs are looking to bring in more local talent.
While many bloggers focus on writing about sports and the media, Amy says they also want to write about the community in Tampa.
The city has a huge presence in the blog community, Amy said, and it is important to help people who may not be familiar with the blogs and to help the local community learn about the blogs.
When the Darnings started their blog, it was a small operation, Amy recalled.
It was not the biggest blog, but it was bigger than they had imagined.
Amy said the site had only three posts in its first year, but now it has more than 500 posts, and more than 4,000 people have joined the blog in the last three years.
Every Tuesday, Amy posts a video of her son with a picture of the family sitting at a table and asks the blog’s readers to share the video.
The TampaMom Team and the Tampa Kid team members also take part in the event.
Amy and the blog have received more than 100,000 page views, and Amy said that her audience has grown by about 80% in the past three years, and her blog has grown in popularity.
Amy has been blogging for three years now.
She and her husband, Jim, have a daughter, two sons, a niece and a nephew.
She said that she enjoys being able to talk to her readers and to have their feedback.
Amy said she enjoys the freedom that she gets from the blog, because