I hope that each and everyone of you, our wonderful community of Hollywood Moms, has a wonderful Mother’s Day today!

It’s been another amazing year thus far, and so many of our kids are booking tremendous projects. I see them on television daily in shows and commercials and have been honored to attend several of their film premieres. You all make this @HollywoodMom sooooo proud.

Recharge your momager batteries today ladies because there are plenty of auditions, casting calls, photo sessions, classes, workshops and events right around the corner for you and your talented child actors!

Hollywood Mom Blog thanks phenomenal contributors (Valerie Sullivan, Elizabeth Paddock, Hilary Morris, Caroline Gerasimovich, Suzette Troche Stapp, Angela J. Williams, Nyna Lyle, West Coast Counseling Center’s Jody Frank and Cindy Busto). We are also indebted to Hollywood Moms Lisa Pitts and Valerie Sullivan, my  co-administrators in the HMB private chat groups. Lisa Pitts has also planned our amazing HMB outings like Disney Acting workshops and the RoseBowl Float Decorating Excurions! I’d also like to thank child actor advocates Anne Henry and Paula Dorn for their continual support of our membership and for all of their sage advice. And last but not least, we thanks the king of “Keeping it Real,” Hollywood Dad Dave Desmond for making us laugh.


Hollywood Mom Blog would like to thank The Actors Fund Looking Ahead Program, Disney, Relativity, Sony, and Lionsgate who have continually supported the cause of HMB child actors and families, and especially to our valued sponsors (Bunim Murray Productions, Center Stage Workshop, Rolf Bleu, Scholar Share, Mattel, Backstage, Sitters on Set, Actor Training In LA (ATLA), Durkin Entertainment, Casting Director & Author Lisa London, Paramount Communications Group, The Bridge School, , Young Actors Camp, Sheila Manning Casting, MomsLife, Kuyam, Long Lake Camp, SaverTime, Mentor Studios LA & more)

There is so much more in store for this year and for Hollywood Mom Blog as a whole. I’m just so blessed to have all of you supportive women (and men!) in this flourishing community.


Tracy Bobbitt, Editor HollywoodMomBlog.com