Parenting Blogs

The top parenting blogs providing guidance in raising happy kids in today’s world. You’ll find wellness tips for the whole family, schooling, food & fitness advice, family travel ideas, honest blogs about how hard it can all be, and solutions for almost everything.

// This list features 46 blogs
Homegrown Learners

Mary has been homeschooling her kids for 12 years, one a homeschool high schooler and the other now a college student. She’s passionate about highlighting the benefits of home education and via her blog, she shares excellent tips, books, resources to help both the parents & the kids, as well as music lessons.

Go Fatherhood

Dave Taylor is a divorced dad from Boulder who blogs straight from the heart about co-parenting his three beloved kids. His honest writing style & simply-put dad wisdom are what make this blog special. He also shares regular car, games & movie reviews.

Divorce & Children

Best-selling author, divorce coach & parenting expert, Christina McGhee, knows that divorce can be tough on kids, but it doesn’t have to be. Her blog shares great advice for separated & divorced parents to raise & co-parent happy and secure kids. You’ll be glad you found this blog. It’s encouraging.

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    Georgetown Psychology

    Although they are based in Georgetown, Bethesda, and McLean, this team of child psychologists caters to clients all over the US via their Online Therapy sessions. And their bi-weekly blog is a great source of help when it comes to understanding your kid’s stages of development & challenges.

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      NieNie Dialogues

      Stephanie Nielson is a mom, wife, Mormon, and burns survivor from a plane crash. She writes daily about her life, her children, and her Mormon faith. She also writes about her husband Christian, who survived the plane crash too, and documents their struggles & blessings as a family.

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        Hillsborough Homesteading

        Lauren, her husband, and their young family have only recently begun their homesteading journey, and the tips Lauren shares are well worth it for fellow beginners. She shares her gardening, foraging, and canning advice, as well as how she homeschools the kids and natural herbal remedies.

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          The Prairie Homestead

          Whether it’s canning, milking cows, raising chickens, or some good old-fashioned parenting advice, Jill’s blog is a treasure trove of homesteading insights. She & her husband were not natural country people, but their down-to-earth advice & lifestyle are the perfect inspiration for new homesteaders.

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            The Sunny Side Up

            Erin is a passionate mom & wife who loves organizing, decorating her home, and her family. Her blog is full of ideas to declutter your house, manage your time, and become more organized as a family. You’ll find tips to organize every room in your house, as well as tips for the kids to keep things neat.

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              I Heart Organizing

              Jen from I Heart Organizing is on a mission to help other moms get more organized so everything is easier to find and the family can spend more time together having fun. You’ll find practical storage solutions, DIY projects, useful articles, and heartfelt motivation from Jen.

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                Dinosaur Physical Therapy

                The Dinosaur Physical Therapy blog is run by a pediatric clinic from Washington DC that provides help in teaching children how to sit, crawl and walk. You’ll find helpful posts explaining what affects mobility, as well as advice for flat feet, and how to choose the right therapeutic shoes for children.

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