February 3, 2017

    TOP 72 PARENTING BLOGS

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    Top Parenting Blogs - Our 2017 Winners

    Celebrating Our first anniversary and significant growth over last year, we decided to embark on identifying other top parenting and mommy blogs that resonate with the same core principles and values as ParentsNeed. We just didn't want to publish another list that resides in the ether of the internet world of things but a list of winners that have been through it all (well almost!) from parenting perspective.  A research of months of evaluation of blogs, their community outreach and the sense of- that never give up parenting skills , were the true metrics we relied on and boy! we weren't disappointed. The result is a breathtaking 72 outstanding list of blogs that will no doubt enrich your parenting life.

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    Why 72? Well this is the question that kept cropping up in our editorial discussions. When we set out, the ambition was to have Top 50 (a round number, industry standard etc) but soon we realised finding top notch blogs that complement our values-to enrich our readership with parenting skills and shifting the focus back to them, meant we simply have to let the quality dictate the number than the industry standard. Without further adieu, here are the most incredible parenting and mommy blogs out there!

    ​P.S: Please note these are not rated 1-72 in the order of quality but they are 72 Outstanding blogs

    1. Kelly Mom

    Kelly has developed her own blog about breastfeeding and parenting. A proud mother of three in hope that her website will help many others. Information provided on the blog are only for educational purposes. Even though an effort is made that the information are accurate, precise and up to date, it does not provide a substitute for a health professional. If you are concerned about the health of your child, please refer to a health care provider as necessary. Have you any questions about breastfeeding, please take a look around the webpage and the articles, finding all that you seek.

    Social channels: Facebook, Pinterest, Twitter

    2. Mommy A to Z

    Want to know more about the absurdities of being a mom? This blog is an amazing exploration, focusing on the mother – child connection, including all the absurdities along the way. This is the page where you can find it all – from learning how to communicate with others, to pre-school projects, to imaginary friends, if you are a fresh-out-of-the-oven mommy, then this is the site which can help you get into the scheme as soon as possible, and enjoy it.

    Social channels: Facebook, Pinterest, Twitter

    3. Scary Mommy

    This site started off as a small baby book of a woman named Jill Smokler so that she could better cope being a stay-at-home mom. It quickly turned into a grand network, and after being acquired by Vinit Bharara several years later, it now represents a whole idea of what motherhood actually looks like. From the sweet faces to the smelly diapers, a whole set of editorial assets are included to make your life a little bit easier. United by their motherhood, millions of women every day rely on this webpage.

    Social channels: Facebook

    4. Mommy's New Groove

    The mommy who stands behind the New Groove is an amazing woman whose life changed completely after having a baby daughter in 2012. Going from shoe shopping and travelling the world to not having a good night of sleep is not an easy thing to do. This is why she created this blog, so that those new moms who make a rather big turn in their lives can easily handle being a mom and cherish the small joys of it. The journey of being a mother is exciting, sharing all those experiences is fun.

    Social channels: Facebook, Pinterest

    5. Mommy Katie

    Creating a line of Hope Dolls, the creator of this webpage, Katie Sexton discovered a whole new world. The dolls talk, sending positive and affirmative messages about sensitive subjects, teaching that the healing process comes from the soul, with spirituality and meditation. The dolls can be ordered on the page, giving your recipient a powerful message along with quite a nice present. The messages can be educational, fun, calming and bring much comfort to children as well as adults. Visit the webpage now.

    Social channels: Facebook, Pinterest, Twitter

    6. Cheaper than Therapy

    This blogger describes herself perfectly. Her likes and dislikes are very interesting. Her name is Ali Martell. She is literally everything – a wife, a proud mother, a writer, a juggler, a diet coke quitter. She is interested in quite different things, and you can see by the way she explains about herself is that she is trying and giving her best to make parenting more fun. Ali, along with her husband and three children are really making it work! From her responsibilities to what she's interested in, from being a mother to being a working person, she manages to do it all and have fun along the way!

    Social channels: Twitter

    7. Embrace the Chaos

    Talk about a successful woman! The creator of this blog, Emma Waverman, is a blogger, writer, author, and above all, a mother! She lives in Toronto with her husband, three beautiful children and their dog. Because of her excellent interviewing and reporting skills, as well as her terrific sense of humor, she makes up for one amazing opinionated writer. This is her blog, and it covers literally everything you can imagine – from parenting, to travel, to lifestyle, and also food as well as food culture.

    Social channels: Facebook, Twitter

    8. Mommy Miracles

    This Oxford comma lover is presenting herself as she truly is – an amazing mother of three, and a lovely wife. Her name is Laura. She is a blogger and a photographs. She has been working on her blogging since she was a teenager. She considers her blog to be a legacy for her children, a place where she stacks up all of her hard work as a mother, coping with the every day difficulties, sharing the good and the bad experiences, writing it all down to be preserved for all times. This is a must read blog!

    Social channels: Facebook, Pinterest, Twitter

    9. Her Bad Mother

    Talk about a fairytale blog! Literally! This mother, Cathrine Connors, is a mother, an activist, an entrepreneur and a writer. She has been an editor in chief in Disney Interactive Family, as well an the editor of this blog for the same amount of time. She loves writing as we previously mentioned, and through this blog she wants to make a difference and make the world a better place, especially for women, girls and children. If you want to know more about this extraordinary woman, visit her blog now!

    Social channels: Facebook, Pinterest, Twitter

    10. Tanis Miller

    This mother started her blog about 10 years ago, but not for a particularly good reason. After the sudden death of her youngest son, she had been seeking ways on how to deal with the grief. It turns out that starting a blog was one of the best ideas she had. This is a place where you can read all about parenting, about the delights of being in a marriage and about the grieving period of losing a child. It is truly a blog that has everything you want to read and should know, so the next time you are seeking new information, log on to this one.

    Social channels: FacebookTwitter

    11. Feisty, Frugal and Fabulous

    The creator of this blog, Tenille Lafontaine, is a proud mother of three amazing children. She started her blog way back in 2008 in order to share some coupons and deals with everybody. She explains that being frugal is not at all about being cheap, it is just a way f living, and a rather good one she might add. Over the time her blog started to grow and turned into a great success. She even manages to maintain the fabulous looking mommy style while explaining that you should find the best way to spend every dollar.

    Social channels: Facebook, Pinterest, Twitter

    12. MomDot

    If you are looking for a blog that will spark up your imagination, then you have definitely come to the right place! The creator of this blog is Trisha, and she is a proud mother of two incredible children. Even though she feels blessed about her family, she is still learning how to cope with all the responsibilities that come from the moment she wakes up to the moment she goes to sleep. This is why she created this blog, in order to show how it can be done with just a spark of imagination and creativity!

    Social channels: Facebook, Pinterest, Twitter

    13. Mom Generations

    This blog, created by Audrey McClelland is all about being a fabulous mother. She is a proud mother of four boys and one little girl, so she and her husband are maintaining a pretty big family. They live in Rhode Island. This blog is considered to be an online destination for all mothers, with daily fashion advice for both the mothers and the children, with plenty of fabulous giveaways and smart family advice as well as the latest celebrity news. This is a blog definitely worth giving some more time to.

    Social channels: Pinterest

    14. 2 wired 2 tired

    When you are starting a parenting blog, the best option for you would be to have your spouse by your side all the time..or starting the blog along with you! These parents, Dave and Tesa, live in Detroit and are both lovers of travel, technology and family. Through this blog they are expressing all their adventures with their two little kids and their dog, starting from walks in the park to fun trips, and this is a blog where you can find the most interesting technology, food, gadgets, places to visit and pets which will be good for your family.

    Social channels: Facebook, Pinterest, Twitter

    15. Imperfect Parent

    This blog can be differentiated from all the other blogs because first of all, it started way back in the year 2002, and second of all, it is constantly coming up with innovative ideas and topics. The group of people behind this brilliant blog decided to create it after noticing that all of the parenting blogs there were are a bit dry and were consumed with the same subjects, over and over again. So, in order to open the minds of all the parents, this platform was created, continuing on to be one of the best blogs you have read so far.

    Social channels: Facebook

    16. Radical Parenting

    This is a blog filled with parenting advice, but the advice are all coming from kids! Yep, you read it right, children. And why is that so? Well, the creator of this blog, Vanessa, thought that it would be a little refreshing to see the situation from a completely different perspective. And she as right about it! The blog became a hit, all the advice are pre-approved by the teen interns that are working for this site. It teaches the parents how to give their children a voice, no matter their age, and how to have a real parent child conversation.

    Social channels: Twitter

    17. The Shopping Mama

    As a parent, we want the best for our little ones. Well, this is the place where you can find out where is the best of the best! A blog like this is created for those millennial moms who are always into the latest and greatest clothing, gear and toys for their babies as well for nifty must haves for themselves! The Shopping Mama is a place to find everything, from crafts, to food, to entertaining, to gear, and of course, activities that will make your every day life better and more fun. Check it out as soon as you can!

    Social channels: Facebook, Pinterest, Twitter

    18. Courtney's Sweets

    Courtney is the person responsible for this blog, and she loves life! Among everything else, she is a proud mother and a wife, photographer and a recipe developer. She considers herself blessed to have her husband and her baby girl in her life, as well as all the other people around her. A true happiness, according to her is her family and her friends. But, as it was previously mentioned, she is a food lover so this is the blog that you absolutely have to visit if you are up for some new sweet recipes to enrich

    Social channels: Facebook, Pinterest, Twitter

    19. Mama Natural

    When it comes to this site, it can do you some good reading whether you are expecting a baby or not. The creator of this blog, Genevieve Howland, believes in resourcefulness, and that is what she's trying to do with her blog. It doesn't matter if you are seeking for advice on how to cope with your pregnancy, or how to take better care of your baby, she will help you out. If you are concerned about your parenting, and if you want to make a better parent out of yourself, or just pamper yourself, Genevieve is here to help.

    Social channels: Facebook, Pinterest, Twitter

    20. Fit to be Pregnant

    Deanna, the creator of this blog, lives by an excellent philosophy – that every woman should be at her best during her pregnancy. She has been through the process of pregnancy a few times herself, and being a proud mother, she decided that the best thing she could give the new moms is the encouragement through what can be the most vulnerable time in the life of a woman. Whether it comes to nutrition, light exercising, health during pregnancy and after it, she is here to guide you through it all.

    Social channels: Facebook, Pinterest, Twitter

    21. Ashley's Green Life

    As a mother, you have probably thought about giving your children some green space where they can play and entertain themselves, as well as learn about the environment and nature. Well, this mother succeeded in doing this. Her name is Ashley, and she is a proud mother of two adorable children. She is also a preschool teacher and absolutely adores the green living. It does not matter if you just want to add a healthy new habit, or reduce your carbon footprint, you definitely have to visit this page.

    Social channels: Pinterest

    22. Giving birth with confidence

    Even though there is one woman, Cara Terreri, who is the blog administrator, this is actually a blog founded by the opinions and experiences of a lot of women and men. Their vivid and appealing stories will make you read them carefully one by one. There are also plenty of tips on pregnancy as well as giving birth on this site. The main goal of this site is to keep the pregnancies of the women safe and healthy, and help them wrap it all up with an amazing birth.

    Social channels: Facebook, Pinterest, Twitter

    23. Uplifting Families

    Are you in search of a blog where you want to find literally everything about parenting? You have come to the right place. This is a blog where the entire pregnancy process is explained, in detail, so you do not need to worry about anything. Even after the baby comes, and you are a bit scared about whether you are a good parent or not, to how to keep your baby safe and healthy, good nutrition, it is all there! Probably one of the best blogs so far, and you will definitely find it more than helpful.

    Social channels: Facebook, Pinterest

    24. Not Your Average Mom

    The name of this blog perfectly describes the woman writing it. Her name is Susie, and she is 44 years old. Her family will astound you, for she and her husband have seven children! This is not one of those perfect blogs, and she manages to explain it. She is focused discussing about topics that are not favorite subjects to everyone. She is not afraid to use bad vocabulary in her writing, for Susie believes it makes it more real and explains the situation of what the struggle of being a parent is truly like.

    Social channels: Facebook, Twitter

    25. Tech Savvy Mama

    What do you get when you combine a mother, a former teacher and a specialist in technology? A super mom, of course. The founder of this site, Leticia Barr is one of the most incredible women you have ever stumbled across. She is teaching people how to experience the parenting in the age of technology, and how to be good at it. She shares all of her resources, both educational and technological in order to make a better parent – child environment. Other than that, she loves spending time with her family.

    Social channels: Facebook, Pinterest, Twitter

    26. Suitcases and Sippy cups

    You might have never guessed this, but a lovely way to describe your family is average. The creator of this blog, Jessica, does a wonderful job explaining it. She and her husband as well as her four children (all boys) live in the suburbs. But they are not the ordinary family! Taking baby steps, one at a time they started going places, and the blog is where they document it all. It is an excellent way of showing you that you don't have to do it all at once, even though you may get the urges to, but that the baby steps are always the way to go.

    Social channels: Facebook, Pinterest, Twitter

    27. Momastery

    This blog is all about one thing – gathering in one place, from all around the world, and sharing your story. There is even a motto that comes along with this, saying that you have to be brave enough so you can tell your story, and kind enough to let other people tell their stories too. It is all about not pretending anymore that everything is easy, when it actually isn't. This is a very powerful movement and the creator of it, Glennon, gives her best in order to make the people around her and those who believe in her work better.

    Social channels: Facebook, Pinterest, Twitter

    28. Working Mom Magic

    This working mom Lauren is truly magical! She manages it all – keeping up a happy family with her two little adorable children and her husband, working as a TV news producer and keeping her blog at its best. She is excellent at social media and this is why she is always eager to keep everything on track. She sees her blog as a diary where she can post things about her life, but always with a twist which can benefit to you too. It is a great read which you could definitely enjoy in.

    Social channels: Facebook, Pinterest, Twitter

    29. Parenting Chaos

    There is no guidebook when it comes to parenting. Or to life, for that matter. Life is designed to surprise you with each and every day. When it comes to this particular journey, it is safe to say that life, and parenting, will have their ups and downs along the way. Well, this blog is about how to help you stay afloat. It is how to embrace the challenges and the struggles and cherish every moment of being a parent. Here are the stories of all the good and bad things you might stumble across on your path of bringing up a child.

    Social channels: Facebook, Pinterest, Twitter

    30. Bellyitch – the Blog

    Are you a mom to be, and you and your partner still haven't decided on a name for the baby? Do you want to be a part of the stylish parent community? Well, this is definitely the site for you! From red carpet, to parenting, to stylish clothes for you as well as your little one, it is all right here! The best thing is that these are plenty on advice about pregnant women and new parents which will help you in every aspect on raising up your precious. It is one blog which is definitely worth taking a peek at!

    Social channels: Pinterest

    31. Mamavation

    After a year of ups and downs, being pregnant, fighting with family cancer, depression after a great loss even though a great gain just stumbled across her path, Leah decided to take matters into her own hands. As she battles weight loss, one epiphany after another, she changed her life for better, and she did it all for her baby. Anything from being active, to consuming healthy foods, to household, beauty and of course, keeping your little one right on track is right here.

    Social channels: Facebook, Pinterest, Twitter

    32. Plus Size Birth

    The founder of this blog, Jen McLellan, created it so that is can educate the women on how to be plus sized and pregnant. Yes, you can feel empowered and have a fantastic and healthy pregnancy. All you need to do is believe in the beauty of your body, and the rest will follow. She wants to support the plus size women before, during and after the pregnancy, and does it by sharing her personal experiences and practical strategies. Yes, you can have an empowered birth!

    Social channels: Facebook

    33. 100 Days of Real Food

    How much of the food you eat is certainly good for you? Well, this family, the Leakes, after watching a show on healthy food, decided to change their lives completely. As they started reading the labels, they found out that not everything they consumed was good for them, so they quickly turned to healthy food options. Step by step, meal plans were prepared and now this happy family with two adorable children is as healthy as they can be! Get an idea for a healthy school lunch or late night snacks right here!

    Social channels: Facebook, Pinterest, Twitter

    34. Rants from Mommyland

    The creator of this blog, Lydia, is a mother of three beautiful children and has been married for along time now. She claims that whether you choose to be a working mom or a stay at home mom, at the end of the day you will feel exhausted, but filled with happiness. But, before she found her happiness, she was a little bit over the edge. While talking to a friend parent, she discovered that the difficulties were the same, and while one thing led to another, this marvelous blog was created!

    Social channels: Facebook, Pinterest

    35. Fit Bottomed Mamas

    It is really a challenge, dealing with all your responsibilities throughout the day and staying fit, but when a baby comes along – that is something which is almost impossible. But yet, it can be done. The mission of this blog is to help bring some fun, balance and fitness to your pregnancy, and post delivery period, as well to your expanding family. This is all wrapped in humor, and yet making you remember that all you have to do is make healthy choices for you and your family..

    Social channels: Facebook, Pinterest, Twitter

    36. The Positive Mom

    Elayna Fernandez is probably one of the best bloggers yet, because her blog is literally about how to maintain positivity through all those days where you with just for five minutes to be alone and enjoy some peace and quiet. She claims that all you need to do is bring some balance and joy into being a mother and also being a working woman. It is the only way for you to succeed. She describes herself as a student of pain, storyteller and a strategist, believing that the only way to be powerful is to be positive.

    Social channels: Facebook, Pinterest, Twitter

    37. Hurrah for Gin

    Her name is Katie, and she has a very cute and happy family. She started this blog after a really bad day filled with gin, realizing that there will always be challenges when you have children. And if you do not laugh at your challenges, then your challenges will make you cry. Through her blog she is trying to add a little humor to each situation, the good the sad, the bad,it does not matter. It is a funny, fresh and interesting website to visit which will definitely make you read more of it.

    Social channels: FacebookTwitter

    38. A Mummy Too

    This sweet blog is led by Emily Leary. She is a writer, parenting, lifestyle, and multi award winning food one. Then, she is a photographer and a presenter, and most importantly, she is a mother. From being a working woman to becoming a full time mommy, her focus has definitely shifted since her baby came into the world, but it could not have made her more happy. She uses her blog as a place where she can share her amazing recipes with you, and you have no idea how delicious they are!

    Social channels: Facebook, Pinterest, Twitter

    39. Mummy Daddy and Me makes us Three

    Katie started writing this blog when she was pregnant with her first baby. She did not know then that as the time would pass, she would have two more little angels. She is blessed to know that she can focus on her family, her work, her blogging. She loves writing for a living, and with time, her blog has became a very important part of her life. It grew as her family did, and even though it does not have any particular target, it focuses on her family, things they love doing together, sharing moments and enjoying life.

    Social channels: Facebook, Pinterest, Twitter

    40. Life with my Littles

    She has two little beautiful children, and they are her whole world. Meet Chelsea, the creator of this incredible blog. If she had to describe herself, briefly, she would probably say that the loves delicious food, and loves being a mother, wife and a blogger. But if you want to know her entire story and the fun things she writes about, visit her page, she will have you reading her work for hours. Whether it is about the pregnancy or how to raise children, she will not go wrong anywhere.

    Social channels: Facebook, Pinterest, Twitter

    41. Mama Say What

    This platform, in a weird way, created itself. Several women who met through another wedding platform started sharing ideas and were there for each other until their wedding days arrived. And afterwards, when it was time to expand the family, their group got bigger and stronger, and while they gave each other virtual shoulder to cry on during the hard times, an idea arose and this blog was created. It is filled with experiences from women all around the world, and their only goal is to try to help you!

    Social channels: Facebook, Pinterest, Twitter

    42. The Budget Mama

    If you have just started a family and you feel like the budgeting is a little overwhelming part for you, then you are in the right place. This blog is all about a stay at home mom trying to help you manage your budget, however tight it is, through some tips, tricks and help you lead a free debt life. Even though her family with three children live off of one paycheck, they always try to make it work. She created this blog not only to share her experiences, but also to encourage other couples as well.

    Social channels: Facebook, Pinterest

    43. Pickle Bums

    Once a preschool teacher, now a mother to four amazing children. This blog shows you how life can turn around in a second. Kate, the creator of this blog, beautifully describes what it is to be a mother, how to cope with the four kids and the messy kitchen, and just how to make everything more fun and amusing. Between farm tales, parenting, trips for the children, activities and of course, nutrition, she finds a perfect balance and better yet, manages to spare some time to share it with the world.

    Social channels: Facebook, Pinterest, Twitter

    44. The Fussy Baby

    What would you do if you happen to have a several months old screaming baby in your home, and not a single clue how to calm it down? Well, this is what first happened to Holly when she had her baby. The constant crying was horrible and exhausting and the internet apparently showed up with empty hands for her. This is when she decided that she would take initiative and started seeing what really worked for her baby and posted it online. As time passed, it turned out to be the best decision she ever made.

    Social channels: Facebook

    45. Have Baby will Travel

    A simple with can make you go a long way – and this is what happened in this case, with Corrine. Before she got off her maternity leave, she wanted to take a little vacation. But she had just had a baby and here is when the fuss started. Small questions from here and there, tips from some sides, and the blog was born! Now she basically wants to inspire, motivate and help families with young children and toddlers to travel more and experience as much as they can.

    Social channels: Facebook, Pinterest, Twitter

    46. The Mommyhood Chronicles

    Melissa opens up her heart and the door to her home to those who are interested in knowing a bit more about how she manages being a working mother. She is a dentist who is married to a dentist, she lives writing and it is one of the reasons that she started this blog. She has two children and they are as amazing as ever. Her blog is about her life, how she manages to cope with her children, who even though look like little angels, can sometimes get into trouble. She basically shares her life.

    Social channels: Facebook, Pinterest, Twitter

    47. Child Mode

    The internet today is filled with everything you can and can't imagine. So, when you are a working mom with three children and a knack for style, how can you manage to find those most amazing and best products for your children and get them to your home as soon as possible? Nadia manages to do this because of her 10 year experience in the travel industry. This is why her family only has the best of the best. her blog is definitely worth taking a peek at, some of the topics might pleasantly surprise you.

    Social channels: Facebook

    48. 5 Minutes for Mom

    Janice and Susan are twin bloggers and stay at home work from home moms. They promote the mom community, provide an essential site for moms that both informs and entertains. They love supporting each other and they invite all mothers who are interested in general mom things to join them and log onto their blog. They want the blog to be an interacting platform, so they encourage everyone who are interested in anything or have any questions to feel free to ask!

    Social channels: Facebook, Pinterest, Twitter

    49. Lady and the Blog

    Vera Sweeney is the woman who stands behind this amazing blog. She lives in New York and was born and raised there. But, currently she lives in Long Island. What she adores doing is traveling, drinking a hot cup of tea and spending a great deal of the day shopping. She loves her children and loves spending time with them in their home, especially enjoys their lazy Sundays together. Her blog is all about being a chic and fun mother at the same time. She reminds us that even though we have children, we can still have some time for ourselves too.

    Social channels: Facebook

    50. 24/7 moms

    This is a site that has been created only by moms. They all have so much in common. Only moms understand the challenge and struggle of the thing which is called motherhood, and yet see it as an adventure at the end of the day. It is scary yet exciting feeling, a challenging yet rewarding, and is definitely filled with a lot of ups and downs. This is why, in order to embark upon their journey, moms should stay together, close to each other, so they can give each other support along the way.

    Social channels: Facebook, Pinterest, Twitter

    51. Mum in the Mad House

    You would probably think that Jen Walshaw is just an ordinary mom, dealing with every day challenges of motherhood. Well, the extraordinary thing with her is that she creates a page where she shares how to encourage the creative side of her children. Mother of two, 14 months apart boys, she perfectly describes how to stimulate the creativity in today's digital world. Her blog is truly an inspiration for all mothers and contains plenty of tips how to help your kids express themselves.

    Social channels: Facebook, Pinterest, Twitter

    52. Slummy Single Mummy

    This is a blog where you can find everything, from how to cope with teenage pregnancy to best air fresheners for your car. Jo, the creator of this blog, is an inspiring woman. Other than being a mother of two, she is also a marketer, writer, trainer, and available for work which involves commercial copywriting, marketing, blogging and blogger outreach. She has worked on multiple brands and if you ever feel like staying up late to read an interesting blog, this is definitely the one for you.

    Social channels: Facebook, Pinterest, Twitter

    53. Who's the Mommy

    When you visit this blog, you will find a beautifully described life of a single mother. This is Sally Whittle, and she lives in Lancashire with her 11-year old daughter and their sweet dog. She's a full-time social media person. Her daughter Flea is described as brilliant kid with passion for books, and she even has her own YouTube channel where she shares her book reviews. Sally says that this is not a glossy blog, but a place to share and capture the moments of her family. They love adventure, fun and you can notice that through all the posts.

    Social channels: Facebook, Pinterest, Twitter

    54. Actually Mummy

    It is described as the diary of a loquacious schoolgirl, but it is actually led by the amazing Helen Willis. She is an editor by trade and an online copywriter. Her background is within the business management. Other than working on her blog, which is a great source of tips on how to better focus with the responsibility of being a great parent, she is open for people who want to tell their story and are in need of a professional copy.

    Social channels: Facebook, Pinterest, Twitter

    55. Susan K Mann

    Talk about a super mom! Susan Mann is a working mother of three little children, aged 9, 7 and three. They live in a town in Scotland, and through the blog, she describes the ups and downs of being a parent. Susan has been blogging since 2010, and her blog has been nothing but successful. If you are interested in chatting with her you can easily find her on Twitter. She loves being a mom and she loves writing. Having a blog for her is one step closer to fulfilling her dream, which is having a book published.

    Social channels: Facebook, Pinterest, Twitter

    56. What the Redhead said

    Donna, the creator of this blog is a mommy and a full-time blogger. She has two children, and loves them indescribably much! Through her blog she describes the every day lives of her and her husband, as well as the joy of being a parent. Of course, you guessed by the name of the blog that she is ginger. This family blog has everything – milestones, regular days out, family gatherings, posts with recipes and posts about the home, along with some posts for competitions and reviews.

    Social channels: Facebook, Pinterest, Twitter

    57. You Baby Me Mommy

    This is Aby, and welcome to her amazing blog. She lives in Berkshire with her husband and her three year old princess. She calls her Baby by Mr Hubby and I, and she kindly explains how her blogging is a must, probably because she wants her daughter to know about how her mother rambled about her childhood, and if Aby is unable to fill in the details, the blog will. Other than that, Aby's history with horseback riding made her sweet Baby turn to the nature and being around the stables every day.

    Social channels: Facebook, Pinterest, Twitter

    58. Tigerlilly Quinn

    This is probably one of the best parenting blogs, led by the amazing Fritha Tigerlilly. She lives in Bristol with her husband Tom, son Wilf, a lovely baby daughter Mabli and her two adorable fat cats, Maddie and Rockie. Mostly this blog is about family life, fashion, traveling, interior design and a whole lot more. Even though she is a successful blogger, she will always claim that her biggest achievements in life are her two angels, her son and her daughter.

    Social channels: Facebook, Pinterest, Twitter

    59. Brit Mums

    These are two extraordinary and powerful women who have merged together in order to create this amazing webpage. Their names are Susanna Scott and Jennifer Howze. Both of them had the exact same idea, and succeeded in making it work. This site is like a platform for all the parent bloggers who are interested in networking, sharing ideas and opportunities. Through their network forums, conferences, editorial content and social media they support bloggers, connect brands, thus making this particular site to stand out when it comes to high quality blogging.

    Social channels: Facebook, Pinterest, Twitter

    60. PhD in Parenting

    Anne started this blog a while ago, because in the same moment she became a mother, she realized that she will be on a test all the time. This is how the name of the blog was created. She literally feels like a student, constantly searching, experimenting, thinking, researching and of course failing. Anne is constantly seeking answers, and even though she does not have all of them, she feels positive that she will find them along the way of parenting. She is eager to improve the way adults connect to the little children.

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    61. Leanne Shirtliffe

    The goal of this blogger is to never grow up, and this is what her webpage is all about. Upon finishing her high school education, and her university education, Leanne left her home in Canada and went to Asia to work. This is where her adventure started. She met her husband there and had two beautiful children. She loves what she does, which is being a teacher and she adores her second job, which is writing children's books. Leanne claims that she never wants to fully grow up, and her colorful personality keeps her upbeat.

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    62. Susan Heim – On Parenting

    She is a writer, an editor, and specializes in parenting. Among the many books Susan has written you can find interesting subjects, such as how a baby can change your life completely, the double joy of having twins in your home, how to boost the brain of your babies, and support them until they stand on their own two feet. She has also written many articles for magazines, websites and books. Her blog is all about personal as well as professional tips and thoughts on parenting in today's world.

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    63. My Little Moppet

    It might lift a little weight off your chest when you see that the mommy who writes this blog is a doctor, but still, her mommie troubles are as equal as yours. Nevertheless, if you happen to be a new parent, struggling your work around your newborn, having absolutely no idea what do to or who to turn to, you're in the right place. Everything is here – from food requirements, solids as well as liquids, to home remedies, vaccines, and even how to deal with yourself when you are in distress about your baby. It is beautifully written and totally worth checking out.

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    64. The Wacky Duo

    You've probably never stumbled across a blog such as this one. Why, you ask? Because even though it's a parenting blog, the difference here is that it's literally described through the eyes of the children, not the parents. So basically, although the parents are of course the ones managing it, the faces are those of two beautiful young boys who can definitely help you with your daily struggle, indecisiveness about anything and the overall lifestyle of this family. At first you might think it is a bit more difficult to read, but you will get the hang of it fast.

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    65. The Oliver's Mad House

    Ever wanted to find out what to do when you're a really organized person, but suddenly a baby comes along (which is not such an organized thing), and then you do not know what to do with everything? It all starts crashing around you, but well, not with this woman and her household. Jamie and her husband Mark are blessed with two adorable boys, 5 years and 11 months old, so this blog is about raising the children right, managing between the likes and dislikes of everyone and keeping it happy.

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    66. Birth Without Fear

    This is a site which is all about giving birth, conceiving, pregnancy, and even the postpartum journey. The person behind this absolutely incredible blog is January Harshe. She is a proud mother of six children, and with each one she had a different story to tell. This way she also supports the mothers to be in their pregnancy and birth options, and of course, supports their personal choices. She is a great at helping mothers, and this is a blog where you can have a great talk, laugh, and celebrate the joy of being a mother.

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    67. Baby Foodie

    Naturally, when you give birth to a child, you want what is absolute best for them. Whether it is the clothes, the food, or the sheets they sleep on, it is always a difficult choice to make. This is what happened to Michelle Olivier when her daughter Ellie came to the world. In order to keep her healthy and happy, she started experimenting in the kitchen with the full flavors of fresh foods, and succeeding in it, she created this blog. Numerous recipes arrived, as well as other parents who contributed greatly to this site!

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    68. Handsfree Mama

    In order to focus on what really matters in life, Rachel decides to let go of all perfection, distraction and all the pressure in her life. She decides to focus on making memories, indulge in interesting conversations, overwhelmed by emotions, living Hands Free. This is the sole purpose of this blog, how to start enjoying your life and keep it up with a fast and joyful pace. Her blog is quite the masterpiece, and what she is really interested in is would you care to join her on the quest for a happier and more fulfilled life

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    69. Money-Saving Mom

    Talk about a genius idea for a blog! Crystal Paine, who is married to Jesse and has three beautiful children, decided to create this blog because it seemed that people were really interested in it. On her previous blog, she had an idea of sharing her bargain-shopping, which later turned out to be quite the success – and while one thing led to another, the Money-saving mom was created. This is a great place to seek alternatives on how to manage living on a bit tighter budget.

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    70. The Wise Baby

    When the pressure of having a baby is upon you, there is no question that you have to be focused on everything. This is why these two parents to be, back in the year 2012 created this site. It is an amazing place with great reads where you can dive into the child and baby world. Lindsey and Tyler, the proud parents of two, dedicated themselves to creating this blog a page where you can find most of the answers to the questions every parents ask themselves. It is a site where the necessary and the stylish combine.

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    71. Mommy Shorts

    Ilana is a working mom who lives in New York City, along with her husband and two very adorable little children. She has focused completely on this blog in 2013, and made it into complete success. From this blog you can expect tons of different things, such as videos, personal stories, baby memes, and even a little show called The Mommy Show, where Ilana invited celebrities into her home and does interviews with them while she is taking care of her children. This is a blog that is definitely worth taking a peek at.

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    72. Baby Making Machine

    This amazing woman, Jennifer, is a part time journalist and a full time mother of two. Along with her husband they succeed in creating an amazing environment for their children to grow up in. Jennifer's goal with this blog is to document her life, from the pregnancy to raising her children, and giving it all into teaching them how to make the world a better place and always see the good in others as well as be an inspiration to other people. She believes that she and her husband as a team will leave a big legacy for their children.

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