We have compiled top 10 list of bloggers across al different interest! Whether you are a mom looking for blogs on DIY, fashion, travel or raising a child with a disability… This list will have someone you can relate to!
Momme is a lifestyle platform for moms raising kids with disabilities. Their goal is to empower disability representation in motherhood by supporting the everyday lives of families with disabilities! This blog hits close to home for me, Dani, and my journey of being a parent of a child with a disability.
Love That Max
First came love (Dave), then marriage, then three kids (Max, Sabrina and Ben). Max has cerebral palsy. Love That Max was launched in October 2008 as an inspirational, informational, occasionally irreverent blog. Over the years, it’s evolved to help people better see the ability in disability. This is another blog that hits close to home for me, Dani, and my journey of being a parent of a child with a disability.
Reaching over 2 million families a year in over 150 countries, Twiniversity is the largest global resource for all things “twinnie”. They bring twin parenting expertise to our website, our twins classes, our social media channels, and the bestselling book “What To Do When You’re Having Two”, the #1 bestseller on Amazon for Twins and Multiples Parenting. I love this blog for all things twins! I checked this blog weekly when I was pregnant and still frequent it for ideas and fun content.
Cup of Jo
Founded in January 2007, Cup of Jo is a daily women’s lifestyle site that covers style, culture, food, travel, relationships and parenting. The name drew me in, we all know I LOVE coffee, but I stayed for the content.
She was one of my original absolute favorites from day one. I could literally watch her instagram stories all day because she is just so authentic and personable. She is the mom to four boys and a new precious little girl. She hits a lot of relatable content all the way from raising kids to affordable fashion! If you are a new mom, she just shared a “PostPartum NewBorn Cart” article that was super helpful. Another thing that sets her apart is her financial wisdom!
Diary of an Honest Mom
I originally stumbled upon her content through TikTok. She not only shares very relatable and funny content, but she also has a huge focus on mental health. As moms, we need to be able to speak our truth and feel comfortable sharing without judgment. If you are looking for a blogger who really great tips about the mental and emotional aspects of motherhood, her blog is for you!
Mimosas and Motherhood
I stumbled upon this blogger through Instagram, but have come to love her blog! She is also an Atlanta mom who is just extremely relatable. As a mom who appreciates a good DIY, I am all about the content she shares revolving around photography, recipes and more! She is in thick of baby and toddlers, so if you have kids that age, you will totally be able to relate!
Austin Family Adventures
If you are a family who loves to travel, this is a great blog and social media account to follow! I think they share such good and practical tips about traveling! They currently share most of their content about East Coast travel, so if you live on the East Coast or plan on visiting, this could really benefit you!
This is another blogger who I found on instagram many years ago! It has been fun following her because I feel like we have grown our families around the same time and both have two little girls. She is most notable for her shopping finds. However, what sets her apart is the fact that she actually shares things the average person can afford! She often shares her favorite Walmart and Target clothes and finds. She also is BAD ASS as far as being a mom and career woman!
Frills and Drills
I am constantly amazed and such a fan girl of this mom. She is a mom that decided to leave her job to stay at home, and picked up power tools and “just started building things”. When she says this, she means full on kitchen remodels, movie rooms, loft bunk beds, and more! What I love is that she does things that we could realistically do and never pulls the “this is a mans job” card. As someone who enjoys playing with power tools myself, I love seeing what she has accomplished and how much she has saved her family on doing home remodels by herself!
Hopefully one of these awesome moms is relatable to you and you have a new favorite mom to follow!