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Top 10 Mom Influencers Across Social Media (Updated)

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Every parent has their techniques when it comes to caring for their children. And though they might not have all the answers, following other Moms on the internet can help us know we aren’t alone in our struggles and can remind us to celebrate the victories of our children through every step of their development. Mom bloggers are also great resources for top products and toys. From top-viewed pregnancy tips to adorable first-day-of-school photo inspo, we gathered the top 10 Mom Influencers you should be following for the best parenthood content: 

1. Amber Fillerup

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Nature Sunday 🌵🌼

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Amber Fillerup owns multiple companies and blogs full time all while caring for her three small children. Known for her dreamy family vacations, she gives great tips for traveling with children and shares beautiful destination photos. She also shares learning and development tips and great moral support for parents in every step of their journey from pregnancy to toddlers.

2. Savannah Labrant

Talk about a mini-me! Savannah and her daughter Everleigh are the ultimate duo. Now with the addition of another daughter, Posie, and a baby on the way, Savannah shares all things about motherhood and the joys of children as one of the young mom influencers. She reminds her followers to have fun, dance in the kitchen, and celebrate life. Savannah carried Everleigh when she was single and also shares a unique perspective on that period of her life before she met her now-husband Cole.

3. Madison Nelson

Madison and her husband fell in love in an unexpected place and started their story together. They now have two babies and a dog named Winnie. Although she shares a variety of content, Madison thrives as a Mom Influencer because she currently has two kids under two years old and is open about the struggles of parenthood. She shares baby must-haves, family travel diaries, and has some of the sweetest birth stories. On her blog, you can also find baby registries and bumpdates.

4. Krista Horton 

Krista shows the reality of motherhood. From the highlights to the struggles, she is very vulnerable. Because of this, she has created a community of mothers who can support one another on their journeys. Mother to two little ones, her feed is full of beautiful family moments and adorable mommy-and-me looks.

5. Jen Reed

Jen is a firefighter wife and mom to two little ones and a puppy! She shares a lot of fashion content and good sales while also posting behind the scenes of her real life. On her blog, she shares great tips for finding good kid’s sales and even has kids gift guides. She is a great resource for all things motherhood!

6. Laura Scott

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Trying to make the best of these days we’ll be spending at home – working on a post now full of ideas to keep littles busy (and maybe even get some work done yourself) – but want to get this out there first: during this time (and really all the time), DO YOU. Do not feel obligated to set up a huge home school routine or color coordinated Pinterest-inspired activity schedule. My kids do best with a little routine, so I’ll be on the more scheduled end, but do not feel bad if your plans consist of screen time or really no plan at all. We’re all just trying to make it through a pretty unprecedented time, so the goal for me is for my kids to remember this time fondly and not realize how much stress and uncertainty surrounded these weeks. ⁣ ⁣ I’ve also gotten quite a few questions about how much we’re enforcing the “social distancing” and if we’re still paying our daycare and extracurricular providers even though we’re not using their services now. Scroll over for my thoughts on this (and please share since I’ve seen the same questions all over)! We’re also supporting our local small businesses and restaurants by ordering takeout while that’s still an option – buying gift cards that can be used at another time is another great idea.

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Laura is a Harvard grad and full-time doctor. Her and her husband, who is also an MD, are raising three little girls. Laura shares a large range of content. Though she is a Mom Influencer, she also shares the reality of balancing life as a professional, wife, and mother. She shares natural hair care tips, career advice, meal ideas, and more.

7. Naomi Davis

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This picture was taken at the airport yesterday but we didn’t end up flying anywhere… ⁣⁣⁣ ⁣ ⁣⁣⁣ Our day began bright and early as we made our way to the airport for winter break. Josh and I high-fived each other when we got out the door on time with all our kiddos and fit the double stroller and luggage into the trunk of a taxi just so. 🚖 But somewhere after airport security, the adventure really started. ⁣⁣⁣ ⁣ ⁣⁣⁣ We waited a total of 4 hours for a delayed flight that then was just cancelled altogether. While on hold with the airline trying to figure out what we should do, Josh casually asked me, “should we just rent a car from the airport and drive?” Bouncing Madalena on my hip with Beatrice making a run for it in front of me, his idea sounded like a good one. “…yes?” I shrugged, somehow forgetting all about my city kids dislike for car seats. ⁣⁣⁣ ⁣ ⁣⁣⁣ We went for it. We loaded everyone into the rental car at the airport curb and high-fived once again. I kid you not, Josh hadn’t even strapped his seatbelt before Beatrice began frantically repeating the phrase “out, out? out?!”… while pointing to her buckle. Our 8 hour drive turned into a 10 hour drive (because #kids and #crazysnowstorms) but we made it. The biggest life saver was a rental car that had a built-in DVD player and a quick detour to the nearest store to buy a bunch of dvds. ⁣⁣⁣ ⁣ ⁣⁣⁣ We’ve changed hotel rooms, managed -21 degree temperature, and lost a snowboard on the mountain (we found it an hour later)🏂💆🏻‍♀️ – but Mont Tremblant, Canada is beautiful and we’re fighting the temptation to be frustrated and trying to make these memories and traditions, and have fun embracing the messy adventure while we’re at it.🤞🏼Happy winter break, everyone! ⁣⁣⁣ ⁣ ⁣⁣⁣ PS- Recapped the airport-to-car-roadtrip on my stories for anyone wanting to see the day in action🥳 Let’s do this!

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Naomi is raising five little children in the big city that is NYC. Living in the busy city as a mother, she shares a variety of content from NYC travel guides to recipes for your toddlers. On her blog, you can also find the ways she is teaching her kids through activities like imaginative play and volunteering.

8. Hollie Woodward

Hollie is a full-time blogger raising three girls. She shares the glittery and magical parts of living with little girls’ imagination through her beautiful photos and storytimes. She manages to work from home and take care of her girls like a boss. She has the best recs for matching pink outfits and perfect bows!

9. Alexa Anglin

Alexa is a new boy mom and is currently building her forever home. Because of this she posts a large variety of content and is a really well-rounded follow! Through her honesty about the struggles of parenthood, she is a great resource. She shares everything from her breastfeeding experience and the cutest places to shop for baby boy clothes.

10. Aspyn Ovard

Aspyn and her husband Parker are a young couple living in Utah. Aspyn recently had her first child, a little baby girl named Cove. Wrapping up our list of mom influencers, her family posts regularly to YouTube about family life and owning her own business. Aspyn’s profile shares a large variety of lifestyle content and how she manages it as a mother.

Other Top Mom Influencers:

NameHandleFollower Count
Rach Loves@rachhloves204 K
Braniff@thisgatherednest139 K
GabeBabe@gabeflowers109 K
Caitlin Fladager@caitlinfladager328 K
Judy@itsjudytime868 K
Mindy McKnight@mindymcknight1.4 M

Every momma out there is doing something different. So whether you’re looking for the best cribs to buy, or are just searching for a place where you can chat about the realities of parenthood, these Mom Influencers are great to follow.

This article was written by Hannah Masten

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