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Whether you are expecting your first baby, sending your last one off to college, or anything in between, parenting can be a challenge. Our blogs offer tips for surviving and excelling at parenting, while maintaining your own sense of self.
Becky, the founder of Your Modern Family will make you enjoy reading her honest articles and no matter the topic or the point of view, you can always expect well written thoughts on every topic there is on the blog. You can find lots of advice, from raising kids to organizing home and saving money, along with provoking parenting posts that will encourage you to build a happy house.
Kelly understands parents’ struggle and how it feels like when you’re overwhelmed. She will make you focus on being a real parent instead of a perfect one thanks to her honest and supportive articles and shared experience. From finding the cutest maternity clothes to ways to get your dog ready to meet a new baby, you will enjoy Idealist Mom all the way!
Although primarily focused on activities for children ages 0-6, this blog is also a great resource for parents of younger and older children. Kristina often shares parenting tips and practices and she is always trying to find a way to make life little more fun and creative. Toddler Approved is a mix of contents related to positive parenting, positive mind and work-life balance.
The founder of this blog, Dr. Laura Markham creates and shares moments for parents of kids from babies through teens. She is the author of three books and her relationship-based parenting model has helped thousands of families find compassionate and common-sense solutions to every issue. Aha! Parenting will make you see things from different perspective and answer to all of your questions regarding parenting.
From activities for kids, joyful parenting experiences and creating fun learning experiences to inspire positive sibling relationship and build happy, healthy and connected family – Picklebums is the blog you should bookmark! Kate is sharing inspirational quotes, best family food recipes and play ideas for kids and you can feel she’s enjoying sharing her experiences all the way.
Moments A Day is a really resourceful and amazing blog for parents. Chelsea, the founder of this excellent blog will make you want to read more, all the while nodding your head as you read. You will read pretty encouraging things here, as she share simple ideas for families to connect and build character. Her mission is to support parents and children to grow into the best versions of themselves.
This site will help parents who are interested and have no experience with parenting and breastfeeding. Every article on Kelly Mom is helpful and encouraging and does not substitute for a health professional. From preparing to breastfeed and nighttime parenting to funny and wise articles such as “Message From A Two Year Old”, we find this blog really educational.
Genevieve Howland aka Mama Natural is sharing not only great parenting tips, but also great information and experience about how to improve the health of your family through a real food lifestyle. She will definitely motivate you to live a happy and healthy life and become a real parent. If you’re interested in walking this natural parenting journey, sign up for her weekly newsletter and receive three quick tips to every Thursday, to help you and your family live bright and natural life.
Mommyish is a great place for moms that are trying to find work-life balance and be dedicated parents as well. Here you’ll find lots of humour, acceptance, support and balance, because they know how hard is being a parent. They don’t claim to have whole parenting thing figured out, but they are happy to share their experiences and latest parenting trends and news, so parents around the world would know how to make right choices.
Kids In The House
This is an an educational website with the goal of helping parents and caregivers become better at parenting by educating, inspiring and entertaining. It’s one of the biggest video libraries with videos from parenting experts and a great source for parenting-seeking advice on how to handle different situations. Kids In The House will answer to every parenting question you have and give you first-hand tips on how to deal with particular challenges ranging from pregnancy to getting into college.
You can always count on Rachel to provide a thought provoking parenting topic in a way that will make you want to read more and actually learn about the given topic. She shares activities, parenting tips and activities that, besides being cute and funny, have value and objectives. After reading A Mother Far From Home, you’ll learn how to make a positive environment for your family, encourage healthy emotions and build strong foundation of love and acceptance in your children.
We guarantee How To Be A Dad is one of the funniest and most inspirational blog for dads around the world! We just can’t decide which category is better – “Instructional Diagrams”, which illustrate why caffeine and insomnia don’t mix well or “My Wife Just Said”, whose name says it all. According to its authors, Charlie and Andy, this blog is not so much a “how-to but a “how-not-to” entertainment website for parents or anyone who’s ever had parents really.
This blog started as a place where lots of great ideas and information was shared for new moms and their babies. There are still some of these contents left on The Best Ideas For Kids, but now it’s a place to find all the best kids craft, activities and fun for your little ones. From parenting tips and advice to holiday ideas, you will find this blog really interesting and useful.
Fertile Brains is the geeky parenting blog you always wanted to read. Go down the rabbit hole of our parenting adventures, misadventures, lessons learned, and more!
The Palmetto Queen is Cari’s journal of all things about being a mom, running a business, homeschooling, crafting, loving God, and raising special needs children. It is the place for everything that is in between and a way for Cari to help other moms who have a full plate. Find ideas, tips, reviews, printables, and more.