Blog Profiles: Motherhood Blogs

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Mother’s Day is just around the corner, so why not celebrate everything mom and bookmark these outstanding motherhood blogs!

Read on to learn more about motherhood, parenting, family nutrition, humor, and more.

1. The Everymom

The founders behind the popular blog The Everygirl, Alaina Kaczmarski and Danielle Moss, have launched The Everymom, an inspiring blog for new, expectant, and seasoned moms.

The site offers parenting and pregnancy guidance, living, relationship, and wellness tips, and fashion and beauty advice for all mothers.

Here are a couple noteworthy articles: What to Bring a Friend Who Just Had Her Second Baby and Why Having Kids Rocks Your Marriage – and What You Can Do About It.

Follow @TheEverymom on Twitter.

Motherhood Blogs We Love: @theeverymom on Instagram

Credit: @theeverymom on Instagram

2. The Tot

Founder Nasiba Adilova launched The Tot when she struggled to find a resource for mothers aimed at educating the public about family medicine, nutrition, and safe children products.

The blog also explores everything from fertility to sleeping, feeding and nutrition, style, gear, and wellbeing. The Tot also features products free from pesticides, toxic chemicals, dyes, or anything that may be harmful to a mother and her baby.

I loved reading The Misconception That Choosing Organics is Always More Expensive and On Motherhood: The Real Answer to ‘How Do You Do It?’

Follow @TheTotBaby on Twitter.

Motherhood Blogs We Love: @thetot on Instagram

Credit: @thetot on Instagram

3. Mom.me

Mom.me is written by moms about moms – this site is a place for women in all stages of motherhood who also need a place as women. It was created for moms who also identify as women with jobs, partners, interests, and friends.

Mom.me highlights the joy and humor of parenting and offers fellow moms’ advice and support when things get hard.

These two articles caught my eye: Honey, I’m Not Complaining – I’m Venting and To Any Mom Who’s Ever Felt Less-Than.

Follow @momdotme on Twitter.

Motherhood Blogs We Love: @momdotme on Instagram

Credit: @momdotme on Instagram

4. A Cup of Jo

Joanna Goddard launched A Cup of Jo before she became a mother and has always offered intellectually and aesthetically pleasing content.

The former magazine editor is now a mother of two and offers advice on style, design, food, travel, relationships, and motherhood.  Her Motherhood Around the World series is particularly interesting – it offers insight on parenting practices in other countries.

I also loved reading about How to Help a Friend Facing Infertility and On Being a Stepmom.

Follow @joannagoddard on Twitter.

Motherhood Blogs We Love: @cupofjo on Instagram

Credit: @cupofjo on Instagram

P.S. Ever wonder how we come up with ideas for our blog profiles? Our handy list of industries and subjects on PR Newswire for Journalists stays top of mind. If you’re a blogger or journalist looking for parenting news, let us know. We can customize a newsfeed for you.

Anna Marevska is an editor and writer for Cision Blog. She writes media updates, media influencer, and industry features. She also is manager of content and research at Cision’s research department, and the editor of FashionFilesmag.com. Find her on Twitter at @Anna_Mar3.

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