Welcoming a new life is one of the most special moments of your lives. But this special period often puts you in complications and worries for your changing body and the upcoming guest. Parenting blogs have thus gained massive popularity for their innovative solutions to every parenthood hacks. It’s a new genre in online blogging that includes DIYs, personal narratives of moms and dads, product reviews for babies and solution to troubles of pregnancy.
If you are or going to be a parent, follow these top 10 parenting bloggers to discover parenthood in completely new vicinities!
- Hemapriya Natesan- My Little Moppet
Hemapriya is a doctor who gave up her active medical practices for the love of blogging. A mother of two, Hema admitted how she loves spending time with her kids. Also, being a doctor, she brings her medical knowledge in addressing new mommies about how to care for their babies. So, if you too are a new mom, Dr. Hemapriya Natesan can be your go-to person for all parenting issues. It is her passion to guide parents towards rearing mentally and physically healthy kids.
- Kejal Teckchandani- Being Momma
Kejal Teckchandani is a stay home parent who decided to give parenting, the biggest priority in life. She states the aim of her blog very candidly on the top – “Simplifying the world’s toughest job.” She hopes to help all new mothers through their exciting yet confusing phases of pregnancy to motherhood. Her advices and recommendations are from her personal experience and extensive research. The best part about Kejal’s site is the ‘customized outfit’ section that has amazing fancy dressing ideas for your toddlers!
- Sid Balachandra- I Wrote Those
Sid is a stay home dad and loves spending time with his son Rishi. He is also an award winning blogger and fiction writer. Since October 2013, he has been trying to remove the stigma attached with fathers who quit jobs, instead of the mothers. His posts are an infusion of twisted humour and parenting hacks that have fetched him publications in renowned magazines and newspapers. The Hindu, The Times of India, The News Minute, Montreal Gazette, Child- are some who published his writings.
- Mansi Zaveri- Kids Stop Press
Mansi Zaveri is one of the most successful mompreneurs! Her blog kidsstoppress is a one stop destination for all parents looking up for tips on their kids’ activities, food, outfits and outings. Her endeavour was, in fact, the first of its kind in India and covers all areas that a 21st-century Indian parent would want to know. Mansi has converted her website into a brand and now you will find it everywhere on social media sites!
- Shruti Bhatt- Artsy Craftsy Mom
Once you enter this site, you will get an impression of having entered a bright yellow world of art and crafts. The site is especially meant for parents who are looking for spending some quality, crafty time with their little ones. Shruti aims at strengthening filial bonds through the travel plans, outing tips and DIY crafts for engaging your children. She also conducts child art/craft workshops at schools and NGOs and her efforts towards improving parenting techniques have fetched her recognition in Hindu Metroplus, Timeout Mumbai and Timeout Delhi.
- Sangeetha Menon- Bumps n Baby
After becoming a mother, Sangeetha Menon quit her job as a business technologist and took up full-time blogging. She started sharing her own stories on her blog since pregnancy and soon developed the love for writing. Drawing from her personal experiences, she aims to help mothers with feeding and care of babies. From her years of parent blogging, Sangeetha identifies post-pregnancy weight loss as a key concern among most Indian mothers. Her website offers diet and nutrition tips for those with the baby bump. There are a number of interesting recipes for parents to keep their children from meal time nagging. For the assistance that parents received from bumps n baby, Sangeetha was awarded by Pigeon India as “Multitasking Mom of the Year 2014”.
- Abhishek Jha- Mom Junction
The website has had over 4 million monthly views in its one and a half years of existence. The posts are specifically divided into five distinct stages of growing up- baby, toddler, kid, pre teen and early teen. This blog tries to simplify the journey of parenthood by offering insightful posts on the mental traumas or complexities a child can develop at early stages. By making parents aware of such challenges of raising children, they assist them to overcome the same.
- Aloka Mehta Gambhir- Wholesome Mamma
A certified lactation educator, nutrition, and fitness enthusiast, Aloka is also a mother of two! She not only concentrates on successful mothering but also raises awareness for child rights through her posts. Her recent post on overcoming the challenges of raising a child with mental illnesses was a revelation. She writes purely out of her love for children and believes that each child deserves a rightful upbringing. Her blog is an inspiration for all those who want to adopt unconventional ways of parenting, not batting an eye to what society says.
- Priyanka and Sunena Saigal- Buzzing Bubs
This duo of mompreneurs has generated helpful resources on their site for parents who want to imbibe a blend of culture and creativity into their children. There are advices on the choice of an ideal school for your little ones, plus interesting activities to engage them both indoors and outdoors. From things to do in schools, during vacations, in playrooms to nutrition advice, they cover the whole spectrum of parenting!
- Anamika Sureka- Baby Pregnancy Care
If you’re pondering over how to save your baby from infections and rashes in summer, or how to care for his/her sensitive skin in various seasons, Anamika Sureka’s blog posts are what you need to read. She has over 30k visitors every week. She also has an active Facebook page with more than 70 thousand moms who have benefitted from her insights on various parenting related topics. You will also love her YouTube channel Mom n baby TV offering interesting and nutritious recipes for your kids!
So, if you are expecting a child or a new mother or mother of teens, you can visit these sites to know what’s best for your children!