Guys, I love to read other girls’ blogs, I always browse the net and keep looking for interesting sites that can add more knowledge, new experiences and other points of view. So I decided to research and create a list of the 20 best maternity blogs so that they can help readers even more. The criteria adopted for the selection were:
- good content (medical experiences, tips and reports on pregnancy, motherhood and health)
- cool cultural contests
- attractive layout
- amount of followers on Facebook and Twitter
Well, I took into account all these factors that are the most important for me as a reader and there is the list of the blogs beds the 20 best blogs on the internet. Come on?
Remembering that everyone is in alphabetical order so no one will be sad, see! =)
It is the blog of Bia Mendes that has very good texts such as stuttering for children (yes I have been there!) Interviews and lots of information! I confess that the part I like most is Dudu’s pearls! Children have each one… That’s why he entered the list of the 20 most.
I already talked about Fertility and Maternity here because I am longtime reader and who writes in it is Alessandra Nunes, a great writer, her texts are very explanatory and she talks about motherhood and fertility like no one!
It talks about getting pregnant and treatments for common problems of women who want to get pregnant or are already pregnant. It also has medical tips and always posted by Sô Costa. Great content!
Those tips for everyday life? Health, food, baby care and even how to help educate children. Very well written by Shirley, it helps a lot in several aspects.
Shopping, body, health, children and moms. Space is now the Mãe Club! The part I like most is about pregnancy and the body. Oh and there are also reviews and I love to see reviews!
Everything about the universe of motherhood, from conception to postpartum, baby care. This is the adventures of an owl mother! Written by Débora, it has a rich content that adds many values to everyday life.
Another blog that catches my attention for its diverse content is the Mãe de Primeira Viagem, there it talks about everything, clothes, health, behavior and there are also some contests there. Who writes in it is Mariana Belém who is Laura’s mom!
Great reading and seeing three different points of view for different occasions, who write in it are 3 moms, Anne, Priscila and Roberta. It is already in a blog post here, Anne gave an interview and as always friendly and attentive as well as with the readers. Several girls follow Mamatraca, a sign that the content is really cool.
It is a blog made by various hands, they are different authors every day of the week. Nothing better than several personalities within a single space and this earned points to join the list. There’s everything there!
It’s a blog about everyday life, behavior, fashion and little Matheus! As a good photographer that I am, what I liked most on this blog are the photos and texts full of details by her author! Images are very important to illustrate the things in life.
It is made and written by a nutritionist so you can already know that there are many healthy eating tips and rich information that his author Paloma Preusse has to pass!
It is a little bit of everyday life for a mother who has a son who is more than special. How to deal with people’s differences and prejudice. It’s like a Vaneska diary that is the mother of little Matheus and Lucas.
Maternity and Daily Life
It is written by Larissa and its function is to inform and tell a little more about Larissa’s story with her experiences as a mother. It’s like a diary, I love to read other moms’ experiences!
Mother, children, decorating tips, pregnancy… all together full of news and subjects that interest and win the reader, I frequent the blog “Me Feel Pregnant” for a long time! It is written by Jêssica Macedo and has very cool content!
Behavior and issues related to pregnancy and the arrival of the baby. Family, mom, tentants and baby are the focus of Flávia, Mari and Roberta’s blog. I frequent MMQD tv space because I follow the girls’ videos.
It is a blog about the program whose theme is motherhood. The blog has reviews on all the subjects covered in the program and are totally useful and well elaborated topics for the daily life of mothers and also women and children.
A blog full of rich texts for behavior, culture and lots of cool information. For Beatriz it is a blog by Isabela Kanupp that speaks of her vision of motherhood with great affection and transmits this to the reader a lot.
It is a corner that has several subjects and is also written by several hands. The amount of followers and content that attracted me on this blog is, not to mention the diversity of opinions and points of view on the subject I like most, motherhood!
It is a blog that has everything, maternal universe, pregnant woman, clothes, photography, nutrition and photos, many photos of parties and decoration. Very cool ideas for various occasions and also help from some experts like nutrition. This is Fernanda Floret’s blog.
You know that blog that has everything from crafts to behavior? this is maternal life, there are also product reviews for the little ones. Michele Amorim (who knows, we are from the same family, huh? Rs) writes with great affection.
That’s it girls! I hope you like how I liked the blogs that made the list of the top 20 and enjoy the good reading they provide!
My name is Dr. Alexis Hart I am 38 years old, I am the mother of 3 beautiful children! Different ages, different phases 16 years, 12 years and 7 years. In love with motherhood since always, I found it difficult to make my dreams come true, and also some more after I was already a mother.
Since I imagined myself as a mother, in my thoughts everything seemed to be much easier and simpler than it really was, I expected to get pregnant as soon as I wished, but it wasn’t that simple. The first pregnancy was smooth, but my daughter’s birth was very troubled. Joana was born in 2002 with a weight of 2930kg and 45cm, from a very peaceful cesarean delivery but she had already been born with congenital pneumonia due to a broken bag not treated with antibiotics even before delivery.