Becoming a parent can be super daunting and when you first start out it can feel like you have no idea what you’re doing. Luckily, there are a lot of parenting experts out there that can give you the best tips to get you through it all. Here are some of our favorites:
For Pregnancy and Babies – Baby Chick
Parenting starts from the moment you find out you’re pregnant. Baby Chick is a great resource for everything you need to know during pregnancy. From a “First Trimester of Pregnancy Checklist” to “Recommended Pregnancy and Baby Books for Your Partner” this site has it all!
From Baby to Toddler – Moms On Call
How much should I feed my baby? What are the best ways to get them to sleep through the night? What kind of schedule should my baby be on? All these are pretty typical questions a parent will have and Moms On Call answers ALL of them! Their website and books are a wealth of knowledge to get you through the first couple years. Plus, if you are stuck on a particular issue with your child, they have a team of virtual and in-person consultants that can help guide you through every stage.
Easy Recipes for the Whole Family – Frances Largeman-Roth, RDN
Frances Largeman-Roth is a nutritionist and a favorite of the Today show. Her easy and healthy meals are great for the whole family.
For Staying Sane While Trying to Do It All – Modern Mommy Doc
Let’s be honest, trying to do it all is a LOT! Between kids, a house and work, it can all be overwhelming. Dr. Whitney Casares helps parents to forget trying to do it all and just doing what matters. This is perfect for the working mom. Her blog is completely relatable and she has a book coming out soon.
Finding The Best Products For The Kids – Cool Mom Picks
Shopping for your kids can be very overwhelming. Just back-to-school shopping alone can be a giant scary headache. Cool Mom Picks has a great set of articles with all the best products for your child for everything from birth to back-to-school.
Special Shout Out – The Car Mom
If you’re trying to find the right car for your family, then you need to visit The Car Mom. Kelly breaks down everything you need to know when buying a new car and reviews cars looking for things your family will actually need. They also have an easy quiz to help you find the best car for you.