Blog Profiles: Mommy Blogs

Welcome to Blog Profiles! Each week, we select a topic and handful of blogs that do a great job contributing to the conversation. As Mother’s Day nears, we’re dedicating this week’s roundup to a few of our favorite mommy blogs. Do you have a blog that deserves recognition? Tweet our writers at @BeyondBylines. 

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In celebration of all of the amazing “supermoms” out there for Mother’s Day, as well as the soon-to-be mothers – like myself – I thought I’d share some mommy blogs that are must-reads.

These blogs are written by astounding mothers who just get it. These mommas have provided a wealth of tips and tricks to help other mothers who just need a little advice, a little laugh, and a little inspiration. From balancing work, mommy duties, marriage, and “me time” – they share it all!

1. At Home with Natalie

Natalie Lesnefsky, a supermom of six, is a talented DIY and lifestyle blogger who celebrates her love for motherhood and community. She’s passionate about party planning and shares her tips and tricks through her writing and her creative family party videos!

From birthdays to family events – she’s a pro at throwing an epic party for children, family, and friends to always remember. Not to mention, she’s even developed a Party E – Course for her readers to take and become pro planners themselves.

In addition, one of the most heartwarming and fun events she hosted was a party she threw to celebrate moms in her community. Check out her recap of the Mom’s Night Out Event. She explains, “I wanted to create a night where moms could feel blessed, spark their creativity, and build community!” (Now, how adorable and thoughtful is she?)

“I love creating moments for people to feel loved and special and encouraged.” — Natalie Lesnefsky

Follow @athomewithnatalie on Instagram.

Mommy Blogs We Love - @athomewithnatalie on Instagram

Credit: @athomewithnatalie on Instagram

2. Nesting Story

Joanna Venditti’s blog is definitely one to check out, especially if you are a parent of twins! This momma of four is not afraid to tell you like it is and share her honest story of motherhood. Check out her post: Giving Birth To Twins And What A C-Section Is REALLY Like.

Her blog is also inspired by her interior design background, as she is quite the designer and savvy in DIY! One of my favorite designs is her farmhouse-inspired living room makeover, which also has just enough modern touches to give it a nice nostalgic feel. Take a look: A simple farmhouse-inspired room refresh

And it doesn’t stop there. Joanna has a successful vlog on YouTube, where she shows off her DIY and design talent and provides lots of great tips and tricks for her readers to see her work and be inspired. Take a look at her recent Basement Bathroom Makeover Video.

Venditti recently announced that she’d be taking a break from the blog, but in the meantime, make sure to check out her wonderful archive of posts.

Follow @nestingstory on Instagram.


3. Cool Mom Picks

As a new mommy-to-be, I’d have to say this is one of my go-to blogs when I feel I need a little advice on what to expect entering the life of parenting, or even a little sense of direction on what to put on my baby registry.

Kristen and Liz have all the content you need to know as you’re navigating parenting life.

No matter what stage in life you’re at with parenting, they have tips and tricks to share! From baby gift guides to offering encouragement and advice for your tween or teen on the election or how to talk to your kids about COVID-19 and safety – they know it all!

And it doesn’t stop there. Check out their podcast which features some really great guests and experts who speak on parenting tips, COVID-19 and safety, and more.

These two super moms have got it all and have created quite the brand for themselves and their blog. “We had no idea our site would grow to become a major lifestyle network, that we’d end up sharing our finds with the TODAY Show and Martha Stewart, that we’d be able to make a real difference for so many small businesses and women-run companies, or that we’d end up with an incredible community of the coolest readers on the planet. (If we do say so ourselves).”

Follow @CoolMomPicks on Facebook.

4. Working Mother

Working Mother is a magazine and website dedicated to working moms (like I will soon be!). The website features a blog written by many mothers. They share their advice, motivation, and inspiration for working moms who need it as they navigate work and life.

As you know, it’s easy to become overwhelmed and burnt out from trying to juggle work and home life, especially if you are a parent. This blog has some great reads to help you have a better work-life balance, and not forget to focus on your own wellbeing.

Check out these reads: Slowing Down to the Speed of Life and 3 Reasons to Schedule an Unplugged Day.

What also makes this site unique is that it offers help and encouragement to working mothers who are striving to achieve their career goals.

“No matter where they work or what they do, we’re here to help moms everywhere achieve the career of their dreams” – Working Mother

Follow @_workingmother_ on Twitter.

Mommy Blogs We Love - @workingmother on Instagram

Credit: @workingmother 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.

Celina Anton is a content distribution subject matter expert at Cision. You can follow her at @PRNhotels and @PRNFood and connect with her on LinkedIn. She’s passionate about the food and wine industry, as well as enjoys a good HGTV show to inspire her DIY home projects.

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