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10 Reasons Why Moms Should Read Mommy Blogs - Videos

Updated on August 27, 2013
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Kris Manley is a blogger, author, and speaker. She's a guest on radio in the U.S., Canada, and overseas, as well as a guest on network TV.

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Being a Mom is the best blessing in the world, and at times Moms don’t think so, but it is. Years ago Mommy Blogs were of the type where Moms posted family pictures, shared recipes, did journaling about the family’s day, or family trips etc., but in recent years Mommy Blogs have gained respect, prestige and influence as well as provide an income for the Mom Blogger. Motherhood is challenging and a support system is a must, especially for new mothers. Have you ever heard the phrase, “There’s strength in numbers?” Mommy Blogs provide strength to Moms all over the world. How? Let’s take a look at the value added things that Mom Blogs provide to Moms all over the world. Value added things that give a sense of direction and a sense of calm along with a sense of “Yes, I’m doing things right as a Mom” feeling. Here is a short list of reasons why Moms will benefit from reading Mommy Blogs along with a list of 100 Mommy Bloggers.

Reading Mommy Blogs offers the following benefits:

1. To connect with other Moms. Here’s a real good example. Suppose you’re married and live overseas with your husband and kids. You’re away from your and his family and your support system is nil. Yes, phone calls home are great, but expensive. You or your family back home do not have webcams so you may see and talk to one another, so you begin to reach out and you find other Moms online, and maybe some in your area – that’s great. You begin to build an overseas connection because there are international Mom Bloggers. Mom Bloggers will sometimes answer comments on their pages, and some will e-mail you back, if possible. If the Mom Blogger’s readership is HUGE then it might be a little difficult for them to return an e-mail. Connecting with other Moms is fun and productive for you and for your family. You may bring something new into your home based on the thoughts, challenges, and experiences of other Moms. You can also provide sound advice to other Moms. You may strike up some lasting friendships as well.

2. Parenting advice – boy, is this necessary, especially for young mothers. Parenting advice will come in different forms such as articles, podcasts, and interviews with other Moms and other parenting experts, in the form of books and/or newsletters. Subscribe to parenting advice columns and newsletters. Moms will share advice through success stories, family challenges, and maybe you’ll be able to submit your own stories which will encourage other Moms.

3. Product reviews – now this will save you money from buying junk. Mommy Blogs are consumer advocates and expound on kid’s movies, adult’s movies, toys, books, clothing, strollers, high chairs, kitchen and bath, items for teenagers, etc. Some Mommy Bloggers specifically blog on certain products like technology products, kids toys, and books.

4. Coupons for products and services are at abundance on Mommy Blogs. A lot of retailers advertise on Mommy Blogs because of the large readership these Bloggers have. Some Mommy Blogs have 2 to 3 million visitors a month or more.

5. Fabulous bulk recipes are on Mommy Blog websites. Why was the word “bulk” emphasized here? Because most Moms cook in bulk. If you’re a frugal Mom you’ll look for these types of recipes which state how many people the recipe serves, and how many ingredients make up the recipe.

6. Mommy Blogs have some of the best giveaways and contests and they don’t cost Mom one dime to participate. You could win anything from soup to nuts, well, how about books, toys, iPads, phones and other electronics, educational items, strollers, clothing – you name it.

7. There is job information for WAHM (Work-at-home Moms). Moms that are working from home from legitimate sources share these sources with other stay-at-home Moms. Check out Hire My Mom and Home-based Working Moms.

8. Mommy Blogs offer free webinars given by parenting experts, health professionals, teachers, college professors, financial gurus and more. These webinars are wonderful teaching and sharing resources for Moms. Webinars occur any time of the day or night and feature organizing ideas, to child autism, to couponing, to family scheduling.

9. Fun family videos are featured on Mommy Blogs. It’s good to see how other Moms cope with the “craziness” and a lot of times, funny things that happen on the homestead.

10. If you’re a Mom who has a business, a product or service, Mommy Blogs are an excellent way to market your business. Some Mommy Blogs offer advertising discounts to other Moms who have businesses. Mommy Blogs are great product marketing avenues. If you’re a Mom with a business and you want to advertise on Mommy Blogs find the ones who accept ads and who have large readerships.

Mommy Bloggers have a club. Watch the video to the right to find out what it's all about.

You can find over 16,000 Mommy Bloggers - Moms' Blogger Club. Here you’ll find specific Mommy Blogger groups like Tech Moms, Moms Reviewers, Moms of Arts & Crafts, Moms raising girls, Moms raising boys, Moms with autistic children, Moms of special needs children, Mom caring for elderly parents, Moms caring for disabled veterans etc.

It only takes ONE Mom.

100 Mommy Bloggers

1. The Bloggess
51. Fluid Pudding
2. Girls Gone Wild
52. Measuring Flower
3. Her Bad Mother
53. Ms Mary Mack
4. Dooce
54. E Is For Erin
5. Sweet Salty
55. Frogs In My Formula
6. Postpartum Progress
56. Baby on Bored
7. The Girl Who
57. The Simple Things Blog
8. The Pioneer Woman
58. Meal Mommy
9. Amalah
59. Everyday Treats
10. Finslippy
60. Because I Said So
11. Blog Con Queso
61. Spanglish Baby
12. Mom 101
62. Crib Chronicles
13. Mama Pundit
63. Sassafrass
14. Fussy
64. Notes from the Trenches
15. The Redneck Mommy
65. Soulemama
16. A Little Pregnant
66. Nouns and Violets
17. Mighty Girl
67. Misadventures in Motherhood
18. The Happiest Mom
68. Mommy Headquarters
19. Moosh in Indy
69. Mona's Milestones
20. Sweetney
70. Moving On From the Drama
21. Parent Hacks
71. In Our Bubble
22. Whiskey in my Sippy Cup
72. River's Mom
23. My Brown Baby
73. Sundry Morning
24. Scary Mommy
74. Woulda Coulda Shoulda
25. Kelle Hampton
75. Barefoot Foodie
26. Rage Against the Minivan
76. Shauna Glenn
27. The Spohrs Are Multiplying
77. A Southern Fairytale
28. Ask Moxie
78. Uppercase Woman
29. Free-Range Kids
79. To Think is to Create
30. Chookooloonks
80. Sarah Hoffman
31. FiveofMyOwn
81. Extraordinary Mommy
32. Pyjammy
82. Suburban Turmoil
33. Hot Mess Mom
83. Momma’s Gone City
34. Mondays With Mac
84. Black Girl in Maine
35. Thrifty Nifty Mommy
85. Cheerful Homemaker
36. Mommy Adventures
86. Stark Raving Mad Mommy
37. These Four No More
87. Daily Mommy Survival
38. Oh My Stars
88. Love That Max
39. Pink Dryer Lint
89. Greek Tragedy
40. Themielkeway
90. Mommy Shorts
41. Modern Mommyhood
91. NYCity Mama
42. Peanut Butter Spoonfuls
92. Jenny of the Spot
43. OurKidsMom
93. Busy Mom
44. YouAreTheRoots
94. Amy Turn Sharp
45. Motherhood Uncensored
95. Simple Mom
46. Alli Worthington
96. Vodka Mom
47. The Review Stew
97. Tech-Savvy Mama
48. Bright Little Buttons
98. Motherlode
49. Sweet Carolina Grace
99. Irene Nam
50. Queen of Spain
100. Dreams to Do


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    • daze2012 profile image


      6 years ago from USA

      good read.. thanks!

    • Kristine Manley profile imageAUTHOR

      Donna Kristine 

      6 years ago from Atlanta, GA

      Hi cclitgirl, there are thousands of Mommy Blogs and thanks!

    • cclitgirl profile image

      Cynthia Calhoun 

      6 years ago from Western NC

      Wow! Who knew there were that many and perhaps hundreds more! What a great way to connect. Voted up.

    • Kristine Manley profile imageAUTHOR

      Donna Kristine 

      6 years ago from Atlanta, GA

      Hi teaches12345, I agree with you that connecting with other Moms and sharing information helps us raise our children. I read certain Mommy Blogs and especially enjoy Thanks for reading.

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      Dianna Mendez 

      6 years ago

      There certainly are a great number of helpful mommy blogs out there. I can remember when the information for moms was almost nonexistant. It is wonderful how in today's world we can connect with each other to share information. This is all so important in raising children. Voted up.


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