Below, we’ve highlighted some of our favorite mom blogs that we think are worth following.
Please Note: The blogs featured here are arranged in no particular order. We’re fans of all of them.
Table of Contents
- 5 Minutes for Mom
- Scary Mommy
- Jolly Mom
- Free Range Kids
- Cool Mom Pics
- D-Mom Blog
- Mom Spark
- Mom Blog Society
- Family Focus Blog
- Whole New Mom
- Pregnant Chicken
- Feels Like Home Blog
- Tech Savy Mama
- Design Mom
- Not Your Average Mom
- A Cowboy’s Wife
- The Maker Mom
- San Antonio Mom Blogs
- Nanny to Mommy
- Mummy Daddy Me
- Really, Are You Serious?
- Savvy Sassy Moms
- Mommy Katie
- Mom and More
- Digital Mom Blog
- Rockin Mama
- Jigsaw Parenting
- Honest Mum
- Bump to Baby
- Your Modern Family
- Brummy Mummy of 2
- Make, Do & Push!
- The Twinkle Diaries
- Scrapbook Blog
- An Island Life
- Simply Being Mommy
- Mom Enough
- Belly Itch Blog
- Mom Generations
- Modern Day Moms
- Mom of 6
- Love, Mrs. Mommy
- Oh So Amelia
- Mommy A to Z
- Middle Cinnamon Roll
- You Baby Me Mummy
- Parenting Chaos
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5 Minutes for Mom
5 Minutes for Mom is run by two stay-at-home Moms and their team of writers. They provide information that both entertains and informs mothers about various bits of wisdom. They also uphold the notion that their website is not just for Moms, but it can be for Dads, too.
Scary Mommy was started in 2008 by Jill Smokler. She originally intended for this blog to be an online baby book for her children, and as a way to pass the time while being a stay-at-home mother. Now, the community is huge and covers vast topics. The focus of the blog claims, “parenting doesn’t have to be perfect.”
Jolly Mom focuses on the happier aspects of motherhood, but not all the time. The blog’s name comes from the founder, Piera Jolly. She started the blog in 2008. She wanted to focus on her son’s life originally but found out that she enjoyed sharing content about what it is like to be a mother instead.
Free Range Kids
Free-Range Kids focuses on providing advice to parents about how to let their children experience unsupervised time. The key here is to do so without worry while teaching those children how to be self-reliant in a safe way.
Mamanista focuses on providing insight into educational and eco-friendly options for surviving as a parent. Some of the articles on this site include everything from product descriptions to recipes for busy parents who are also looking to each healthy.
Trisha Haas runs Momdot from her home. She does not just focus on blogging, but she does her fair share of vlogging, too. She works with hundreds of companies through their public relations departments to bring products to light for her readers.
Cool Mom Pics
Kristen Chase and Liz Gumbinner started Cool Mom Picks in 2006. They focus on design, gear, and styles for parents. A lot of their information can be beneficial to people who are not parents, too.
D-Mom focuses on catering to parents who have children with diabetes. The blog was started in May 2006, right after Leighann’s three years old was diagnosed with type 1 diabetes. Since that time, the blog focuses on giving parents an insight into ways of coping with the disease at home.
Amy Bellgardt started Mom Spark in 2008 as a way to connect with other mothers and build a community. She works from home while caring for her two boys, and she works with many writers to keep the blog going with driven content.
Mom Blog Society
Mom Blog Society focuses on providing a knowledge base for both any parent. The content on this blog is written by women and men alike, and they focus on brands from all parts of the global. They want to make certain consumers can be powerfully connected to specific brands.
Family Focus Blog
Scarlet began Family Focus Blog about seven years ago. One of the key features of this blog is teaching parents how to live a green lifestyle when raising their children.
Whole New Mom
Adrienne started Whole New Mom as a way to focus on health issues and eating whole foods. She focuses on a healthy mindset for parents to rely on when raising their children.
Pregnant Chicken has made a name for itself in recent years, and not only because of the uncanny name. Several categories this blog focuses on include pregnancy, motherhood, breastfeeding, and sleep cycles.
Feels Like Home Blog
Tara made Feels Like Home Blog as a way to share her life with other mothers. She focuses on sharing aspects of life as a wife and as a mother, and she upholds standards of being a life-long learner.
Tech Savy Mama
Beginning in 2008, Leticia created Tech Savvy mama to help parents survive in the digital age. She encourages parents to guide their children’s lives through Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM) practices.
Design Mom focuses on parenting through discussions about life and fashion. Elements of beauty and travel are also included. Topics vary from deciding what children should call their grandparents to debates on taxidermy.
Not Your Average Mom
Susie started Not Your Average Mom in 2012 as an outlet for dealing with her rather large family. Between her husband’s previous marriage, her previous marriage, and their current marriage, they have a total of seven children. The blog focuses on how to survive as the mother of a large family.
A Cowboy’s Wife
Lori Falcon began A Cowboy’s Wife in 2007. She is the mother of three boys who range in age quite a bit, from 21 to eight. The blog focuses on different brands, but she also admits that some portions relate to her affinity for technology.
The Maker Mom
Kim Moldofsky, known affectionately by many as The Maker Mom, focuses on teaching parents ways to raise their children in STEM practices. In short, she wants children to become makers in different fields to keep technology and societal advancement going.
San Antonio Mom Blogs
San Antonia Moms Blog was started by Colleen Pence in 2008 as part of her company, Social Media Mentoring. She focuses on teaching parents who are food lovers, yet who do not know how to cook, to make the most out of being in the kitchen.
Nanny to Mommy
Diana is a stay-at-home Mom living in Georgia who once worked as a nanny. Now that she is a mother, she focuses on sharing her experiences as a parent who lives in frugal, green manner.
Mummy Daddy Me
Katie started Mummy, Daddy, and Me out of her home in the United Kingdom in 2011. Most of the blog’s content focuses on her family and their adventures.
Really, Are You Serious?
Krystyn started blogging with Really, Are You Serious? in 2005. She focuses on what it is like to be a mother and a wife through anecdotes.
Savvy Sassy Moms
Jenna and Lisa made Savvy Sassy Moms as a way to share their experiences as both educators and as mothers. They provide reviews about featured products that are honest and engaging.
Mommy Katie focuses on content written by many writers, and the team is always expanding. Heather leads the group, and her family is continuing to grow. Recently, this blog started out with an extension on YouTube by one of the content makers, Estrella.
Mom and More
Cher is a stay-at-home mother of three, and she started Mom and More in 2008. Originally, she called the blog Mama’s Money Savers, but she wanted to share more than just ways to save money on products and activities, so the blog transformed into Mom and More a few years later.
Digital Mom Blog
As with other blogs mentioned thus far, Digital Mom Blog aims to connect parents with technology. Children are growing up in an age where technology is all around them, and parents need to be one step ahead of the game to keep up and keep their children safe. Some of the content focuses on parenting hack programs to glance into what children are doing online.
Rockin’ Mama was created as a way to share passions about motherhood to the world. After all, motherhood is full of everything, from surprises to tears. The blog upholds the importance of breastfeeding and co-sleeping for proper baby development.
Emma started Jigsaw Parenting as a way to form a support group where mothers can come together and encourage one another through the bad times and share stories about the good times. The site has an option for mothers to share their stories anonymously to one another. Emma is a mother of six children, so she has plenty of experience and stories to share.
Vicki from the United Kingdom started Honest Mum in November of 2010. She wanted to find a way to cope with a traumatic birthing experience. Soon enough, she turned over blogging and vlogging into a full-time career, moving her to the front of the camera for the first time in her life as a director.
Bump to Baby
Bump to Baby began in 2013 when its founder, Alex, was about 25 weeks pregnant. She originally intended this blog to be a way of capturing the positive sides of pregnancy, but she has expanded into blogging about the important things that she does not want to forget in life.
Your Modern Family
Becky started Your Modern Family as a way to share every aspect of parenting her four children with the world. She and her husband work from home to focus on this blog, and one of their most productions as an after effect of this blog is a book called How to Potty Train in a Weekend.
Brummy Mummy of 2
Emma lives in Birmingham in the United Kingdom, and she raises two, small children. She began Brummy Mummy of 2 in December 2013 when she felt rather brain dead after caring for her children all of the time after leaving her career. She shares many frustrations as part of her stories, and she also provides insight into how to deal with things like tantrums.
Make, Do & Push!
Hannah created Make, Do & Push in 2012 as a way to document her way through the unknown jungle of motherhood. Many posts on this blog focus on children’s wear and adventures that families can have together.
The Twinkle Diaries
Caro began The Twinkle Diaries more as a personal, online diary than as a blog. She uses it mostly to create lasting memories for her boys. She originally started it when she was 17 weeks pregnant with her first child. Now, the blog has grown into testing products for Great Little Trading Company.
Lauren started Scrapbook Blog to make an online scrapbook of her family’s lives. She started the blog in 2011, mostly because she wanted a new hobby.
An Island Life
A Hawaii mom started An Island Life in 2006 to connect mothers around the world to different products. Now, people can contribute to the blog by receiving a complimentary item to review. Honest opinions are the focus for these product reviews.
Simply Being Mommy
Crystal started Simply Being Mommy as a way to share her life as a mother seeking to find ways to be healthier. She provides insight into what surrogacy is like for all mothers involved in the process. The blog upholds surrogacy as a reliable option for parents struggling to conceive.
Marti and Erin Erickson are a mother and daughter duo who help parents explore the world around them. The focus is how to be a mother in today’s age without sacrificing traditional values. They believe mothers still be stern with their children, and they can do so while balancing work and family.
Belly Itch Blog
Belly Itch Blog is geared toward parents of all experience levels. Their blog is updated five times a day with unique content that focuses on supplying information for parents in a technological age.
Sharon, Audrey, and Jane are a team of a mother and her daughters. They share insight into the fashion world for children and mothers. The blog began in 2009, and it has grown to quite the force on the internet.
Modern Day Moms
Modern Day Moms was founded as an outlet about motherhood that does not sugarcoat anything. The content is unfiltered, but it remains relatable to many parents. They have worked extensively with media companies like Buzz Feed to provide information about how to make food that is healthy and safe for consumption.
Mom of 6
Sharon Rowley is the mother of six children, and she focuses on providing insight into what it is like to raise so many children at once. Her children range in age from nine to 14. She advocates for parents to plan as a way of being prepared for the twists and turns that parenthood might experience.
Crystal started MommiFried when she became convinced that she has what she calls Motherhood Unintentional Distraction Disorder (MUDD). She finds that her days are a bit scatterbrained, but she uses this blog as a way of organizing her life.
Love, Mrs. Mommy
Love, Mrs. Mommy began in 2015 by its founder, Kim. She focuses on crafting, traveling, and writing as integral parts of her blog life.
Oh So Amelia
Kerry lives in the United Kingdom, and she started Oh So Amelia after her daughter, her eldest child, was born. She is a single parent, and much of her blog focuses on how to be successful at parenting in this manner.
Mommy A to Z
Mommy A to Z does exactly as it sounds, organizes motherhood by alphabetizing. This blog is based on a book by Meredith Peters Hale, which can be purchased through Amazon as a Kindle book. The book was published in 2014.
Middle Cinnamon Roll
Trina started Middle Cinnamon Roll after she left her career as a concert pianist to become, eventually, a single mother. The blog captures instances of how to perfect the self through dealing with repeated failure. One of the traits Trina emphasizes in her blog is consistency as a parent.
You Baby Me Mummy
Aby is from Berkshire, where she lives with her husband and daughter. She began this blog after a long struggle with trying to conceive. Now that she is in her late thirties, she finally has a daughter to call her own. She focuses on what it is like to be an older mother while still trying to balance all of the craziness life offers.
Stephanie Oswald, Mandi Martin, Lisa Favre, and Lindsay Whitman Drewes all run Parenting Chaos together. They originally wanted to teach parents how to live through parenting without creating more chaos, but now the blog focuses on how to deal with that chaos when it does happen.
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