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9 Awesome Mommy Blogs To Follow in 2018

Welcome to Bellissimamma’s Blog!

First of all, thank you for dropping by Bellissimamma’s Blog! My name is Carmela. I am a mom blogger who likes to write about my family’s adventures in Italy. I also write topics on lifestyle, literacy, and little kids. Read on to find a list of interesting mom blogs to follow!

Looking For Mom Blogs To Follow?

Are you a newbie mom blogger who is looking for inspiration? Are you a parent looking for mom blogs on parenting and lifestyle? I compiled a list of mom blogs to follow in 2018! Mommy Bloggers from the Influential Mamas Community share their beautiful wedding photos and the links to their awesome websites/ Instagram! Please check out their mom blogs!


  1. Amira of What Mum Eats

(c) 2007 The Photo Boutique

“I have decided to write about one of my passions; food. My ramblings will mainly be about what my family eats, our recipes and reviews of halal joints with an emphasis on how family friendly they are.”

What I Love About Her Blog: She writes recipes for delicious, mouth-watering food (lamb, chicken ramen, pumpkin prawns…)!

Check out this article: No Oil Yahkni


2. Ariel of Ariel Loves

(c) 2017

Check out her beautiful outdoor wedding:

What I Love About Her Blog: All the beautiful ideas for home decor


3. Megan of Hooray for Coffee

(c) 2008

“Hooray for coffee…because parenting is hard.”

What I Love About Her Blog: She writes about Target (my favorite), parenting tips, and budgeting for moms.

Check out this article: 2 Surefire Recipes for Picky Eaters


4. Estephany of Decoding Motherhood Blog

(c) 2016 by Lux Life LV

Lifestyle Blog of the Imperfect Millennial Mother

What I Love About Her Blog: She understands what mothers go through, and she gives encouragement and inspiration to her readers.

Check out this article: A Letter To The Overwhelmed Momma


5. Theresa of Lettuce and Co.


 (c) 2012 by Christie Pham Photography

A Japanese Mummy in London: Recipes, Crafts, Family

What I Love About Her Blog: She draws super cute and quirky comics of her everyday life with her kids.

Check out this cute story: Misleading Declaration of Love


6. Jennifer of Teach Workout Love

(c) 2015

A Blog About Motherhood + Lifestyle by a Working Military Wife

What I Love About Her Blog: She celebrates all kinds of moms!

Check out this article: Happy Mom, Happy Child


7. Bo of Our Joy Tribe

(c) 2012 by Leah Savage

Have joy. Be inspired. Be you.

What I Love About Her Blog: She writes about motherhood in a Christian perspective.

Check out this article: Should I Be Dating Him? 5 Traits of a Godly Man


8. Olivia of ThisNThat With Olivia


(c) 2011 by Jay Moore Photography

Recipes, Crafts, Giveaways, Travel and More!

What I Love About Her Blog: She hosts lots of awesome giveaways and she gives advice on frugality and practicality.

Check out this article: How To Find Time to Declutter Everyday


9. Laura of Laura and Co.



(c) 2014

Laura writes about everything that she loves: her life, her adventures as a mommy, and memories with her family and friends.

What I love about her blog: Her photos are all amazing and Pinterest-worthy. She has a gorgeous family and she is absolutely beautiful!

Check out this article: The Terrible Twos


Finally, don’t forget to follow Bellissimamma!

Do you know of other parenting blogs that we should read? Are you a mommy blogger? Share your links and blog descriptions in the comments section!

Breastfeeding, fashion, Lifestyle, Little Kids, Product Reviews

Inang’s Collection Nursing Wear Review

Clothes For Breastfeeding Moms

Ciao bella! Breastfeeding mom ka ba? Are you looking for stylish and affordable nursing tops and dresses? Nakita mo ba online ang Inang’s Maternity and Nursing Wear pero di ka pa sure kung worth it bang bumili ng clothes specifically for breastfeeding? Well, read on.

Inang’s Collection

First of all, hindi ito sponsored post. Gusto ko lang i-express ang appreciation ko sa beautiful couple owners ng Inang’s Maternity and Nursing Wear. Eight months na ako into my breastfeeding journey with my second child, and until now, sinusuot ko pa rin ang Inang’s tops and dresses ko (although medyo maluwang na yung size ko kasi medyo pumayat na ako…yes). Yung maganda naman sa Inang’s Nursing Wear ay kahit say, lumiit man ang size mo di naman sayang ang money kasi ideal naman na loose-fitting ang nursing tops, at least based on my experience ( have you ever experienced clogged ducts? OMG.).

Benefits of Wearing Nursing Clothes

So, why is it a good idea to buy nursing clothes? For me, pag lumalabas kami ng family ko, I really nurse in public. In the Philippines, the weather is really humid. My baby doesn’t really like to be covered (unless malakas enough ‘yung A/C and hindi siya naiinitan). Inang’s tops and dresses are designed in such a way that you can nurse your baby na hindi ka ma-eexpose. Meaning, tago ang chest, tago ang tummy, head lang ni baby ang kita. So kahit walang nursing cover, in my experience, kaya na. If you prefer naman na may cover, meron ring nursing covers si Inang. Cute rin designs, mine was blue with mga balloons ganon. Ideal na you wear a nursing bra underneath if you’re namamasyal sa labas. So for me, it’s really convenient to wear nursing clothes.

Share ko lang yung mga pictures ko while wearing Inang’s nursing wear. I’m a size large. Petite lang rin ako, a little more than 5 feet tall.

Nursing Wear
I’m the one on the left. I attended my sister’s graduation. I’m wearing a maroon off-shoulder dress…because UP. I also wore a maroon headband. #wearyourschoolcolors
Nursing Wear (Inang's Collection)
Two months old dito si baby, I’m wearing a dress. Gusto ko yung floral print ng dress na ‘to. Hindi ako masyadong nag-accessorize, gold watch lang. Diba nacocover nang maayos?
Nursing Wear (Inang's Collection)
Three months na si baby dito. I like the print of the dress, it reminds me of Kate Spade. I’m also wearing Fitflops. Para comfy.
Nursing Wear (Inang's Collection)
Burger night at WenM Cafe. I just paired my Inang’s nursing top with blue leggings from Cotton On and white Nike canvas slip ons.
Nursing Wear (Inang's Collection)
Bon Vogage party. I’m wearing a purple ribbed nursing dress then I put a silk floral skirt over it.
Nursing Wear (Inang's Collection)
Tuscany, Italy. Autumn yung weather so I paired my Inang’s top with a white blazer, drawstring jeans from Giordano and ankle boots from BCBG. Five months na si baby dito.

Thanks for viewing my photos! Diba masaya rin fumashion ‘pag mommy? Yung maganda sa Inang’s nursing wear, di mo na masyadong iisipin ang outfit combinations.

Super nice rin ng mga owners, they will answer your questions and help you with the ordering process. I bought na in bulk using the Shopee app para cash on delivery.


Read Next: 3 Online Stores in the Philippines That Sell Clothes for Breastfeeding Moms



Little Kids, Product Reviews

Aveeno Baby Cleansing Therapy Moisturizing Wash (Review)

Are you looking for a mild and gentle cleansing wash for your baby or toddler? Check out my review of Aveeno Baby Cleansing Therapy Moisturizing Wash.

My toddler is allergic to peanuts, eggs, cotton fluff and dog/cat fur. My son’s allergy doctor told me that he should bathe with unscented soap and use unscented shampoo and that we should not use scented fabric conditioner. Perfume is not allowed either. She recommended Dove soap or Perla. I used Dove soap on him and he did not develop any reactions towards it. He smelled good even after a whole day of playing. However, I wanted to use something else that’s specifically made for babies. Since I also have a one-month-old baby, I wanted to use a product that both of them can share.

My husband bought the Aveeno Baby Cleansing Therapy Moisturizing Wash from the Johnson & Johnson store in Manila and I tried it on my two children. It is quite expensive at Php 300+ for 236ml (8 fl. oz) but I think it’s worth it. A little goes a long way! The consistency is creamy, and you only need to use one to two squirts to clean the entire face and body. I also use it as a shampoo. I also like that it is fragrance-free, dye-free, and alcohol-free.
It moisturizes as well, so I did not need to put lotion on my toddler’s skin (which is a good thing, since he’s not allowed to have lotion either). This product is Made in the USA, so it is assumed to be a high-quality product. It also claims to be pediatrician recommended and it is accepted by the National Eczema Association. I also use this on my one-month-old baby, and it is gentle enough on his delicate skin.

Would I recommend it? Yes. Would I repurchase? Yes! 

BUT, If you like your baby wash to smell more “scented” or “perfumy”, this product is not for you.

Have you tried Aveeno products? What do you think of them? Share your thoughts in the comments section!



Read Next: Palmer’s Massage Cream for Stretchmarks and Skin Therapy Oil Review

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