Blog Topics for Your Mommy Blog
Need some new blog post ideas for your mom blog? While I’m not a mom blogger, I am a mom who has a blog. I often think about all the blog posts I could write if I was in the parenting niche. I’ve created a list of those mom blog post ideas just for you.
I’ll also provide tips on how to create multiple posts from one idea. As well as a couple ways to monetize those blog posts.
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Let’s get started! I’ve made multiple lists for the various stages of life as a mom.
Idea categories include:
• Pregnancy/Preparing For New Baby
• Baby Related
• Toddler Related
• Parenting Kids
• Parenting Teens
• Mom Life in General
Take these basic blog post ideas and make them your own! Tell a story and offer first-hand experiences and advice.
Perhaps what you did to prepare for these moments in parenthood. Include what you would recommend and what you would NOT do again.
Preparing for a New Baby Blog Post Ideas
-What to Put on Your Baby Registry
-Dealing With Morning Sickness
-Gender Reveal Party Ideas
-Maternity Clothing Essentials
-Nesting: Preparing for Baby
-Freezer Meals to Make Before Baby
-What to Expect at the Hospital
-Staying Fit During Pregnancy
-Favorite Pregnancy Apps
-Natural Ways to Induce Labour
-What to Pack in Your Hospital Bag
-Tips to Sleep While VERY Pregnant
-Preventing Stretch Marks
-Why You Should Take Pre-Natal Classes
-Things to Avoid While Pregnant
-Healthy Pregnancy Snacks
-Having a Baby on a Budget
-Preparing Siblings For a New Baby
-Unique Baby Names
-Fun Baby Shower Themes
-Fun Ways to Announce Your Pregnancy
-Decorating Your Nursery on a Budget
-Questions to Ask Your Doctor or Midwife
-My Top Newborn Must-Haves
-How to Increase Your Milk Supply
-What to Expect Your First Week With a Newborn
-How to Swaddle a Newborn
-Healing From Labour/Delivery
-Preparing to Breastfeed
Baby Related Mom Blog Post Ideas
-Your Personal Birth Story
-My Diaper Bag Essentials
-Baby’s First Bath
-Introducing Pets to a New Baby
-My Favourite Baby Products
-How I Got My Baby to Sleep Through the Night
-Pros and Cons of Co-Sleeping
-The Ups and Downs of Your Pregnancy
-Disposable/Cloth Diaper Experiences
-Activities to Stimulate Babies
-Self Care Ideas for New Moms
-How to Survive Teething
-Babies First Solid Foods
-Losing Baby Weight Safely
-Healthy Baby Food Recipes
-Stocking Stuffer Ideas for Babies
-Halloween Costumes for Babies
-Surviving the First Day of Daycare
-Surviving Baby’s First Needles
-What to Do When Your Baby Has a Fever
-Baby-Proofing Your Home
-Pacifiers: Why You Did or Didn’t Use Them
-Tips For Travelling With a Baby
-Being Productive While Your Baby Naps
-Baby Development Apps
-Homemade Baby Food vs. Store Bought
-Favorite Diaper Rash Remedies
-Tips for Increasing Your Milk Supply
-How to Properly Clean Bottles
-Warning Signs of Postpartum Depression
-Tips to Stay Sane While Home All Day With Baby
-Co-sleeping Pros and Cons
Toddler Related Mom Blog Post Ideas
-Surviving the Terrible Two’s
-Independent Play Activities for Toddlers
-STEM Activities for Toddlers
-Favorite Educational TV Shows
-Healthy Toddler-Friendly Meals
-Toddler Snack Ideas
-Surviving a Long Road Trip with a Toddler
-Favorite Educational Toddler Toys
-Favorite Toddler Books
-My Top Toddler Must-Haves
-Surviving a Tantrum in Public
-Fun Questions to Ask Your Toddler After Daycare
-Fun Nature Crafts
-Easy Toddler Halloween Costume
-Stocking Stuffer Ideas for Toddlers
-Christmas Gift Ideas for Toddlers
-How We Potty Trained – What Worked, What Didn’t
-Moving From Crib to Toddler Bed
-Birthday Party Ideas for Toddlers
-Birthday Gift Ideas for Toddlers
-Weaning a Toddler Off a Pacifier
-Learning to Brush Teeth
-Getting a Toddler to Try New Foods
-Limiting Screen Time
-Subscriptions Boxes for Toddlers
Kid-Themed Mom Blog Post Ideas
-Independent Play Activities
-Favorite Animated Movies for Kids
-Favorite Kid-Friendly Meals
-Hidden Veggie Meals
-Favorite Kid-Friendly Snacks
-Car Snacks for Kids
-How to Survive a Long Road trip with kids
-Favorite Educational Shows
-Favorite Educational Toys
-Favorite Kids Books
-The Toy That My Child Has Played with the Longest
-How to Prepare a Child for Their First Day of School
-Questions to Ask Your Child When They Get Home From School
-Fun Nature Crafts for Kids
-Birthday Party Ideas
-Favorite Stocking Stuffers
-Holiday Themed Crafts
-Holiday Themed Recipes
-Easy School Lunches
-Scavenger Hunt Ideas
-Moving From Toddler Bed to “Big Kid Bed”
-How to Teach Your Child to Be Eco-Conscious
-How to Get Your Child to do Chores
-Dealing with Bullies
-Our First Trip to the Dentist
-Our First Time on an Airplane
-The First Day of Kindergarten
-Educational Video Games
-Keeping Kids Safe Online
-Dealing With Issues at School
-Explaining Difficult Subjects to Young Children (like a death in the family)
-Interview With Your Child
-Interview a Mom With a Unique Story to Share
Teenager Themed Mom Blog Post Ideas
-Teaching Your Teen to Drive
-Helping Your Teenager Get Their First Job
-Meeting the First Boyfriend/Girlfriend
-Talking to Your Teen About Drugs/Drinking
Teaching Your Teenager Responsibilities
-Chores For Teens
-Should You Give Your Teenager an Allowance?
-Bonding With Your Teenager
-Does Your Teen Need a Tutor
-Helping Your Teen Choose a Career Path
-Sharing a Car With Your Teenager
-Starting High School
-Talking to Your Teen About Sex
-Talking to Your Teen About Puberty
-Helping Your Teen Daughter Through Her First Period
-Dealing With Teenager Attitude
-Helping Your Teen Through Their First Break-Up / Broken Heart
-Graduation Gift Ideas
-Stocking Stuffers for Teens
-Birthday Gifts Teens Actually Want
-Teaching Teens Consequences of Their Actions
-Dealing with Bullies/Bullying
-Keeping Your Teen Safe Online
-Limiting Cell Phone Usage
-Dealing with Teenage Hormones
-How to Develop Mutual Trust/Respect
-Common Teenage Boy Issues
-Common Teenage Girl Issues
-Talking to Your Teen About Peer Pressure
Mom Life Blog Post Ideas
-Returning to Work After Baby
-Working From Home With a Baby
-Finding Time for You
-The Importance of Mom Friends
-Parenting Essentials I Couldn’t Live Without
-Favorite Parenting Apps
-An Open Letter to New Moms
-An Open Letter to New Dads
-Must-Have Items for First-Time Moms
-Favorite Parenting Blogs
-Favorite Parenting Books
-Quotes for Moms
-Quick Makeup Routine for Busy Moms
-Keeping a Marriage Healthy After Kids
-Mother’s Day Gifts Moms Actually Want
-The Best Part About Being a Parent
-The Hardest Part About Being a Parent
-Frugal Ways to Practice Self Care
-Meal Planning Ideas
-Things You Wish You Knew Before Becoming a Mom
-New mom products you loved / Which ones you wouldn’t bother buying again
Creating Additional Blog Posts From One Idea
Often just one of these simple ideas can be broken further down into additional posts.
Here’s an example…
Post Idea: Your Personal Birth Story
If I were to write about my personal birth story I’d talk about how I had a midwife and natural birth at home. From there I could further break that down into SO many more blog posts!
Why I Chose a Midwife
Thank You Gifts for Your Midwife
Surviving a Natural Childbirth
My Home Birth Story
Why I Chose Home Birth
My Favorite Thing About Home Birth
Pros and Cons of Home Birthing
Hospital VS. Home Birth
And so on…
Another example could be:
Post Idea: Losing Weight After Baby
Let’s say you lost your baby weight by jogging. You could talk about that and further break that experience down into other posts.
Best Jogging Stroller Reviews
When is it Safe to Start Exercising After Birth
Easing into Exercise after a C-Section
Exercising With Baby
And so on…
If you are still stumped for ideas, start keeping a daily journal.
Simply document your day-to-day life. Us moms are constantly being thrown curveballs as our children grow.
By keeping a journal of your daily challenges, you’ll be able to look back on these experiences and reflect on what happened, how you dealt with the situation, and then offer advice based on your experience.
The blog posts will basically write themselves!
Check out this awesome Planner/Organizer for Moms to help you remember those parenting challenges (aka, future blog posts)!
Monetizing Your Mom Blog
Now that you have some fresh content ideas. Let’s talk monetization!
Some great ways (please note, these are not the only ways) to make money from your mom blog are:
Let’s look at each of these money-earning methods and how/where to get started.
New to the idea of affiliate marketing? I recommend this free course to get your feet wet.
If you aren’t already, you will want to become a member of the Amazon Affiliate program.
The parenting niche is the perfect fit for Amazon. So perfect in fact, I consider starting a mom blog constantly just because I can see so much potential for earning with Amazon.
There are endless opportunities to monetize your blog while helping other parents. It’s as simple as recommending products that helped you as a mom.
AND in case you didn’t already know, when someone purchases something through one of your Amazon affiliate links, you get a commission even if what they buy isn’t something you linked to!
So if you recommend a toy and they look at it, decide it’s not what they were looking for, and go on to buy something else, you still make money!
How to Promote Amazon Links
Here’s an example of how to add Amazon links to your post. If I was making a post called Favourite Toddler Products, I’d probably recommend this Weighted Straw Munchkin Cup. I could simply link to the cup and explain why I loved it.
Or if I was making a list post about toys that my child played with the longest (and were, therefore, a good investment) I’d be sure to mention this LeapFrog Touch and include what age my daughter started playing with it and why she loved it / still loves it.
Sounds pretty great, right?
Get more info and tips about the program here:
How to Get Started as an Amazon Associate: Tips for Success
There are also some great products/companies you can promote through affiliate marketing networks like ShareASale.
Promote products like Gymboree, Janie & Jack, Hooked on Phonics, Kid Wonder, Ergo Baby, and MANY more!
You can join ShareASale for free HERE.
Looking for more affiliate networks to join? Check out Debbie Gartner’s huge list of partners in every niche.
Related Reading: How I Use Sendowl to Make Consistent Affiliate Income
Affiliate marketing is great. But there really is no better feeling than creating and selling your own products.
And they don’t have to be fancy. A sellable digital product could be as simple as a printable or a basic eBook.
(For example: a printable parenting planner, homemade baby food recipes, sleep training guides).
Eventually, maybe you could create a course. This will all depend on your area of expertise and what you can offer your audience that they’ll find value in. When you’re ready to get started, check out my post below:
There really is huge potential for making money from an email list. You just have to start building that list ASAP.
The fabulous thing about having loyal email subscribers is the ability to connect with other moms and offer them value through more than just social media.
Your list is yours and yours alone. You don’t have to worry about a social media platform’s algorithm changing in order to reach your audience. But how do you get subscribers? By offering them something in return. This usually comes in the form of a freebie of some sort.
For amazing examples and insights into really starting and growing a lucrative list, check out this free mini course: Freebies That Sell & Serve
Don’t forget to promote your mom blog on Pinterest! Pinterest marketing and parenting blogs are a match made in heaven.
If you haven’t already, it’s time to create a Pinterest business account for your blog. Create some eye catching pins for your posts and get to work!
Here are some helpful posts to help get the most out of Pinterest:
How to Get Started Making Money With Pinterest
Free Pinterest Pin Templates
The Secret to Getting Massive Traffic From Pinterest
Final Thoughts on Blog Post Ideas for Mom Bloggers
I hope your brain is overflowing with new blog post ideas! Any time you need some motherhood writing prompts, review this list.
See what applies to you and tweak or expand on the ideas. Then explore if there are ways to expand that post into multiple new posts.
Place your affiliate links in where appropriate (without overdoing it) and you’re on your way!
Know that you’ve chosen a great niche for blogging success. Moms will always be looking for advice and you can feel great knowing you’re providing first-hand experience to their issues/questions.
If you can offer a solution to their problem, they’ll keep coming back for more.
And if you haven’t actually started your mom blog yet but are seriously considering it, check out the Blog By Number eBook by Suzi at StartaMomBlog.com HERE.
She’s helped countless moms start and monetize their blogs. It’s a fantastic resource to help get you started.
Happy blogging (and momming)!
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