Best Instagram Accounts For Pregnant Moms To Follow

Instagram Pregnant Moms

Merry Holiday Season!

I know all of our social media feeds are bursting to the seams with cute holiday gifts, beautiful trees, and adorable babies in christmas outfits. All the mommy bloggers we follow are doing their part with the carefully cultivated holiday inspo posts and tips on how to make our Christmas even better than the last. One of the main places I get inspiration for my family holiday pictures, themes and parties is Instagram- I follow a lot of Mommy bloggers, parenting bloggers, and family friendly lifestyle bloggers too. I’ve put together some of my favorite accounts to share with you guys before the holidays!

Happy Holidays!!

@Pregistrycom

Our instagram page is amazing! If you don’t already follow us make sure to check it out. We post tips and fun facts about pregnancy and lactation throughout the day. It helps that we post pictures of the cutest babies too!

@KidsAreTheWorst

This account is run by Anna McFarlane and is definitely the first place I go to for a good laugh. Featuring hilarious memes and thoughts every mom has at least once throughout their day! Be sure to check her out- this account us absolutely hilarious.

@christinaboyce

Christina makes being a mama of four look beautiful and so easy! I live vicariously through her pictures of immaculate dinner tables and romantic dates. One great aspect of following her account is that she shares her favorite products with her fan base- letting us know what’s best to use and what to keep away from!

@gniccccc

This mama is amazing at reviewing products and keeping her fans in the loop! Giana is also a mama on the budget and does a great job of reviewing affordable must-haves that all mamas love.  She’s not your “follow the rules by the book” kind of mom. She walks to the beat to her own drum and is ok with ice cream for breakfast some days and wine by 4 o’clock. Sometimes it’s needed!

@mommyshorts

Ilana pretty much defines stylish urban parenting. If you’ve ever uttered the phrase, “I could never raise my kids in the city,” Ilana will change your mind in about two seconds.She’s sassy and so fun to follow!

@Bevcooks

Always wished you cooked and somehow still dont? Follow Bev Weidner! Bev is a mom of twins and wife to an indie rock musician whose knack for cooking and styling food (and her kids) is so absolutely amazing.

@indianaadams

This mama is absolutely hysterical. I love a mom with a sense of humor, and Indiana isn’t afraid to post the craziness that goes with having three little kids. Plus, she has killer style that is mom and budget friendly!

@mytinytribe

Amanda is probably the coolest person I follow. She was diagnosed with Bell’s Palsy, a nerve disorder that paralyzed half of her face, and is now on a journey “to chase freedom” and “step out of captivity.” She is incredibly inspiring and achingly real and takes really amazing photos.

@hipster_mum

Jade’s impeccable style is solid proof that one can truly get cooler and hotter once you become a parent (at least that’s what I tell myself). In addition to snaps of her stylish life, she features other Australian mums who are truly making this whole parenting thing cool.

@andweplay

Not a DIY queen just yet? Follow Kersey and you will be! Whenever it’s raining and the kids start climbing the walls, I head over to Kersey’s feed, which is chock-full of easy DIYs that are kid friendly and mom approved.

@zotheysay

Zoey is real, funny, and not afraid to post actual pictures of real life messes. Need a mom friend? Follow Zoey.

@mrslilien

This mama is too glam to give a damn and its infectious. Because every mom needs some glam in her life. Mrs. Lilien loves a champagne cocktail, believes in looking fabulous, and keeps her dish soap in a decanter.

@laybabylay

Joni has one of my favorite blogs, Lay Baby Lay, which is full of gorgeous inspiration for kids’ spaces and rooms. Her life on Instagram doesn’t disappoint—it’s full of adorable parties, her lovely house, and fun with her two little girls.

Shoshi W.
Shoshi is an undergraduate student at Stern College for Women in New York City. Her areas of interest include policy, non-profit organizations, and administration. During winter 2018, she was a White House intern. Shoshi has also interned at the Simon Wiesenthal Center in Los Angeles and at Save the Children in New York. As a millennial, Shoshi brings a young and fresh perspective to the worlds of pregnancy and lactation.

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