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Lets be honest: No matter how many things we do in our lives, nothing has the power to change us like motherhood.
The overwhelming love. The fear of messing it all up. The sweet snuggles. The never-ending exhaustion. Motherhood is all weve ever dreamed it to be and everything we feared at once. For most of us, its the most all-consuming thing well ever do.
Intense, right? Its no wonder we look to mom blogs for solidarity, advice, inspiration, and sometimes just a few laughs. These are the top blogs that provide all of that and more.
If youre looking for mom voices from around the world,Mom Blog Societymight just be your new favorite site. Various contributors offer advice, personal perspectives, and the latest in parenting news. Theres also a whole section devoted to recipes you wont want to miss.Visit the blog.
Scarlet Paolicchi is a mom to two. She stays home with her kids and blogs with the hope of creating a parenting resource others can learn from and rely on. Along with several other contributors toFamily Focus Blog, she works to provide unique parenting perspectives, craft and activity ideas, and inspiration for going green.Visit the blog.
Leah Segedie saw a void in the mom-blogging community that she knew she could fill. Shes a passionate food activist who aims to teach other moms healthy living practices.Mamavationcommunity members lost a total of over 3,500 pounds. HerShiftCon Social Media Conferenceis also a must-attend event for green and wellness bloggers.Visit the blog.
As a NICU nurse by day and blogger by night,Rockin Mamainitially created this blog to document her sons first year of life. What it evolved into is a space for this baby wearing, co-sleeping, breastfeeding mama to share her passions: health, fitness, and going green. Youll find everything from DIY crafts to entertainment news.Visit the blog.
Jill Smokler initially createdScary Mommyas her own personal mommy blog. It didnt take long for her fun and relatable voice to catch on. The brand eventually evolved into one of the biggest online mommy sites. It now gives a voice to countless mom bloggers still in the trenches of motherhood.Visit the blog.
Max has cerebral palsy. His mom is all about raising awareness as well as providing support and advice to other moms with kids who have special needs. In fact, tagline ofLove That Maxis A blog about kids with disabilities who kick butt. This mama has two other kids and a lot of life to juggle, so she doesnt shy away from sharing the struggles and joys of their life with Max.Visit the blog.
Monica committed 11 years of her life to corporate America. Then she became a mom and realized a standard 9 to 5 was the last place she wanted to be. So, she quit her job and went to work for herself. Today, she writesRedefining Momas a mother of two whos passionate about helping other mamas redefine motherhood for themselves.Visit the blog.
Felicia Carter married young, at the age of 19. But over 14 years into that marriage, shes pretty sure she made the right choice! She has two children in North Carolina, where Felicia works as a school counselor. OnGo Grow Go, she blogs about safe products to use while pregnant, saving money, and growing as both a mother and woman.Visit the blog.
Amy Bellgardt is mom to two boys: one tween and one teen. She works from home and createdMom Sparkas way to connect with fellow moms, exchange ideas, and share stories of motherhood and life. The site focuses on entertainment, travel, parenting, and fashion. She even offers blogging advice for those who might be interested in starting a mom blog of their very own.Visit the blog.
Tara Ziegmont blogs in Pennsylvania, where shes busy being a 30-something mom of two girls who keep her plenty busy. In April 2017 she had bariatric gastric sleeve surgery, and since that point, shes lost 170 pounds. OnFeels Like Home, she blogs about her weight loss journey (shes still hoping to lose 50 more pounds), home schooling, family, health, and travel.Visit the blog.
If youre looking for a little sarcasm, Krystyn has you covered! Youll find reviews, recipes, gift guides, and some great healthy living posts onReally, Are You Serious?Youll also find afunand honest parenting perspective from a mom who clearly loves being able to claim that title.Visit the blog.
Since 2008,Tech Savvy Mamahas been working to help parents navigate parenting in the digital age. Created by Leticia Barr, a former teacher and technology specialist, this site features several contributors who all aim to help parents better understand the technology their kids are using and find the tools they need to parent their kids through this ever-changing technological landscape.Visit the blog.
Lori Falcon is a mom of three, two of whom are now adults, while her youngest is still a preteen. She lives with her family on a ranch and loves blogging onA Cowboys Wifeabout their Texas life, photography, and recipes that are sure to make your mouth water!Visit the blog.
The title of this blog is a few years overdue for a change, as its now about a family of four! With that small discrepancy aside,Sweet T Makes Threeis a great resource for crafting, travel, and recipe posts. Blogger Jenn also includes poignant explorations of motherhood. She isnt afraid to dive deep into some of its struggles like what it means to be an older mom whofeels like an outsider.Visit the blog.
Moms, consider this your go-to online style magazine. Jenna is the savvy and Lisa is the sassy, and together theyre two moms and educators who decided to work together on a site mothers everywhere could rely on. Using their love of learning and wealth of experiences, theyve built aSavvy Sassy Momscommunity focused on family and fashion. Really, who says the two cant go hand in hand?Visit the blog.
If the sites title didnt give it away, this is a blog that will help you find all your new favorite parenting ol Mom Pickshas everything from book recommendations your kids are sure to love and delicious recipes to tech were not sure how our parents parented without. Of course, you should peruse at your own risk. You might find yourself on a massive shopping spree after spending time on this blog.Visit the blog.
Jenn is a full-time mommy, taxi, chef, boo-boo kisser, and New Mexico lifestyle blogger raising four kids. She works with brands from around the world and has several contributors toJenns Blah Blah Blog. Youll find money saving tips, marriage advice, recipes, and DIY craft ideas you have to try!Visit the blog.
What started as a mom blog about Phoenix in 2010 has expanded to a space featuring writers from across the country. These moms share recipes, travel tips, crafts, gift ideas, blogging tips, and all things parenting.A Moms Takestrives to feature a variety of voices, creating a space where real women can share real stories that other moms can relate to and learn from.Visit the blog.
We strive to be moms that live with purpose and passion. We think you need less stuff and more time. This is howMomTrendspresents itself, and really succinctly sums up what theyre all about. This site aims to help moms rediscover the passions they had before motherhood and navigate the challenges they face now that theyve joined the mom club.Visit the blog.
Melissa is a part-time dentist and married to an orthodontist. (She swears her three kids have phenomenal teeth.) She blogs about their life, their little ones, and all things Disney.The Mommyhood Chroniclesis a great spot to check out recipe ideas, travel tips, and reviews of the latest kid and baby products.Visit the blog.
If youre running low on ideas for things to do with your kids, look onMommy Poppinsfor inspiration. This blog is dedicated to helping you find enriching experiences for your family. They include free events, artsy activities, urban nature explorations, and anything else that might get both you and the kids out of the house.Visit the blog.
Leah Campbell is a writer and editor living in Anchorage, Alaska. Shes a single mother by choice after a serendipitous series of events led to the adoption of her daughter. Leah is also the author of the book Single Infertile Female and has written extensively on the topics of infertility, adoption, and parenting. You can connect with Leah viaFacebook, herwebsite, andTwitter.
Written byLeah Campbellon April 20, 2018
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