Priscilla Blossom

Priscilla Blossom is an identity and features writer for Romper, where she frequently writes about the joys and struggles of millennial motherhood. Her articles and essays generally incorporate maternal health and wellness, pregnancy and infant loss, pop culture, feminism, reproductive justice, body positivity, and parenting as a queer person of color. As a freelancer, Pris regularly covers travel for Lonely Planet, USA Today’s 10Best, and Mommy Nearest, while also focusing on all things Latinx for HipLatina. Her work has appeared in the Washington Post, Salon, the Guardian, Parents, Where Traveler, Redbook, Colorado Parent, Brit+Co, Hello Giggles,, Greatist, Today’s Parent, the Miami Herald, Backpacker, Shermans Travels, GO Mag, The Advocate, We Are Mitú, and others. Pris was born and raised in Miami (305, baby!), where she obtained an anthropology degree from University of Miami. She currently lives in Denver’s Cap Hill with her young son and husband. When not hunched over her laptop working on her memoir, she spends her time practicing yoga, nerding out over TV, seeking out quality vegetarian food, and exploring her neighborhood. Find more about her at, or follow her on Twitter and Instagram @prisblossom.