Even if you have nine months to prepare to be a mother, once the child is there the theory stops and you have to show in practice what you can do as a mom. Fortunately, you are not on your own. Many other mothers report on their experiences in blogs and give many helpful tips for everyday life. Sometimes it’s only about the children and being a mom, but just as often there are other pieces of advice that help in everyday life. This ranges from the correct furnishing of a child’s room to fitness advice and partnering with the child’s dad.
Mama blogs are often very personal. You also have to keep in mind that bloggers are mothers, and the time they spend in front of the computer sharing their experiences with other mothers is three times more valuable. Honor who deserves honor, that’s why we present the 20 best mom blogs from Austria here!
As a book author, blogger Nina Massek has already shown that she has a lot of mom experience. In her blog there are many informative articles that do not show „A mom on the verge of a nervous breakdown“ like book and blog titles proclaim, but a mother who is standing on the floor with both legs.
The little messenger Daniela Gaigg loves to provide her readers with information. Be it about family, pregnancy, childbirth, baby, lifestyle, DIY, recipes or many other tips for everyday mom-life. Among other things, she shares her experiences in other blogs and parent magazines.
Since 2013, blogger Birgit has been writing in suchtdasglueck about means to find ways to better organize and structure life as a mother and in the family. What is called “mindful parenting” in English has manifested itself here in the blog in an unbelievable number of interesting and very stimulating articles. Highly recommended!
Verena would probably have her hands full with three children and a husband of the gods. But since she also runs her blog and copes with normal everyday life, she lives Mama Mahnsinn hoch three every day. Who thinks he has stress with a child can convince himself otherwise on the blog.
Anja blogs “about being a mom & children in general, especially in Salzburg, about our trips together, creative ideas & other favorite things for young and old”. If you think it is always rosy in view of the blog title, you will be able to quickly convince yourself when reading that there are also crises in the daisy sunshine country.
Unfortunately, we cannot honor blogger Anja as mother of the year (even if she would like it), but we can definitely appreciate her double, triple, or quadruple work as a mother of twins, wife and blogger. There is a lot to read here, from children’s rooms to DIY to normal educational tips.
For blogger Katrin, every day with her son Flo is an adventure. And Go with the Flo tells of these. Together they explore their surroundings in Salzburg and check them for “baby suitability”. We particularly liked the map, where you can find tips for trips and more.
Blogger Jeannine has many years of blogger experience, which she uses in her lifestyle blog for modern mums. You can find a lot of interesting articles in different categories from trips to online to interviews. It is not for nothing that mini-and-me is one of the most successful MamaBlogs in Austria.
As a mother of two and blogger, Sabrina is just as versatile as so many of the other mom bloggers featured here. It is interesting how she combines recipes, handicrafts and other seemingly everyday things with texts about her mom role and the family. Everything fits together harmoniously.
Titantina’s blog looks really interesting and the different topics from Do It Yourself to the upcycling of products and lots of family make you want more. You get the urge to read the older blog posts, too, but you have to leaf through them.
The trendmum blog is like real life: full of varied things. Of course, it’s also about being a mother, but as part of everyday life. How to do sports with children and family, eat well, set trends and feel good can be found here from Trendmum Paula in many very different contributions.
Judith is a city mom with two children and a husband. In her blog she describes what happens in her life or what interests her at the moment. This ranges from handicraft tips to learning English to recipes. And education, of course, and how not to do it.
A blog where the name says it all. Christina has just had her second child and will continue to provide readers with lots of stimulating stories and practical mom tips. It is as personal as it is creative and informative.
Lotta has been blogging about herself, her children Oskar and Coco-Lou and family life in and around Vienna for over two years. It is always somehow about family, but there is also space for recipes, fashion, design and cosmetics. Everything that interests a mom today.
Her creative streak now lives out interior designer and blogger Ana in her mom’s blog. There is a lot to read from cool and fashionable outfits for kids with sales recommendations included to design tips for living with children, some older blog posts are written in English.
Who thinks three or four it would be interesting will be instructed better in chaos high 6. Blogger Babsi has five more mouths in the family besides her and that creates a lot of chaos. From doing homework and celebrating Mother’s Day to everyday chaos, the blog shares the life of an extended family.
Three mothers blog about their lives in the metropolis of New York. Instead of Viennese city whispers, there are stories from the big wide world and lo and behold, changing diapers, hasty make-up and stains on the clothes seem to belong everywhere. A completely different lifestyle with a family touch.
Catrin started her blog as a writing therapy and thereby created a community that exchanges and helps from mom to mom. There are many blog posts on topics such as health, kitchen, parents, toys or travel and you are always invited to add your personal comments.
Sandy describes her thoughts and experiences as mom in the freckle season. The family of three will soon be four, and readers will surely expect even more tips and advice from Sandy’s private experience. In addition to mummy stories, there are also beauty, handicraft and decorative mails.
Mamasprosse is “a real Austrian family blog” and Mam blogger Lilla reports in the first line from her life. It is very personal and unpleasant topics are not left out, as the section „I, you and death“ shows. Many mums will surely find themselves here.