Seeking agnostic, feminist homemaking blogs

I've been trying to find homemaking blogs that are more feminist or agnostic or atheist. Or basically, blogs that don't talk about submitting to God as a step to becoming a good homemaker. I just want more spaces where I can read and comment without feeling as if I don't really belong. I'm having difficulty finding many, and I was hoping for some recommendations.

How do you tell your kid you're an atheist?

How do you have the atheist talk? We don't believe in any religion, therefore we don't have any literature, examples, or classes to give him. We tried to explain what other people think "god" is, but just couldn't find the words to describe it. He ended up thinking that there is a god who is a magician who lies to people, which is not what we want him to think.

Reflections on the difficulties of pregnancy by a Roman Catholic feminist

Now that I'm actually pregnant, I'm realizing it's not quite that easy. I actually really dislike being pregnant. I felt awful for the first four-and-a-half months. By "awful," I mean specifically that I thought I was going to throw up at any moment around the clock. I often did, and when I didn’t I usually felt even worse. I couldn’t open my refrigerator door, I couldn’t cook or prepare my own food, I couldn’t food shop — the smells were too intense and the nausea was too debilitating. I didn’t feel like I was having a baby… I felt like I had become the baby.