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Top 50 Pregnancy Blogs

Pregnancy can be quite a trip. From the first fluttering in your belly to the endless parade of minor (and major) discomforts, your mind is opened to a whole new world of bodily functions. As your body changes, your brain tries to catch up. Is this normal? What will birth be like? What's a "boppy pillow"? And do I need one? Read More ↓

Perhaps more than at any other time in history, today's expecting couples have access to unlimited information about what they're going though. But one time-honored way to process what's happening right now is to go right to the source: other mothers. Or, in this case, other soon-to-be-mothers.

Enter the pregnancy blog.

We were blown away by the incredible depth and range of discussion going on out there in the pregnancy and birthosphere: Sure there's the odd flame war, but there are just as many exchanges between pregnant women trying to make sense of their choices and experiences. We can get real information from the bloggers out there writing on everything from surviving bedrest to preparing for a VBAC to struggling with infertility and miscarriage.

Reading a post that touches on your own personal experience can do a lot to keep from you from feeling like a lunatic, or at least remind you that there are others out there who are just as crazy as you. Plus, these bloggers can be so damn funny, they make it hard not to laugh at their sorry situations - and maybe your own.

It was really tough to trim our list to 50 out of the huge range of pregnancy blogs out there - and hey, some of them are only "pregnancy blogs" for 40 weeks so catch them while you can - but that's where you come in. Please nominate your favorite blog! Look for your nominations on our 2012 list next year and, in the meantime, read, write, and link up, mother-to-mother, blogger-to-blogger. - Ceridwen Morris

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Digitalmom Blog

Top 50 Pregnancy Blogs: Digitalmom Blog

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Digitalmom Blog’s Rankings

If you’re reading this list, you could probably use Digital Molly’s advice. Like you, she’s pregnant and online. All. The. Time. Well, she’s not always pregnant, but by last count she’s up to 151 weeks of pregnancy – that’s collective weeks; she’s currently in her fourth pregnancy. And she’s still blogging! Molly also writes for Babble’s Being Pregnant , where she dishes on her latest gestational efforts. We love the work she’s put into helping mothers manage time with kids and their “square-headed friend,” the dreaded computer. Though there’s never an easy answer to questions about work/life balance, Molly helps us realize it’s possible to get the best of both worlds.

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14 thoughts on “Top 50 Pregnancy Blogs 2011

  1. Valerie says:

    These blogs are so fun to read!

  2. Servena says:

    I see, I supopse that would have to be the case.

  3. Anonymous says:

    very best job they do.

  4. Anonymous says:

    I love these blogs! I am hoping one day to have another one of my own to add to it!!

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  5. Lauren says:

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  6. Sarah says:

    This is a great site for women who find it had to get pregnant. http://www.pregnancyfinch.com

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  8. Erick says:

    Much of that depends on wehehtr you decide to breastfeed. If you do, you can’t use the pill until you stop. If you don’t, your doctor will prescribe the pill for you at your 6 week checkup. Make sure you get a sample pack from him/her so you can start taking it once you get your period. You of course have many options when it comes to birth control besides the pill, but the pill is a good one. Good luck to you and your baby!

  9. new mommy says:

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  10. bmecuyer says:

    You can use the half pill…. progesterone only birth control. Safe while breast feeding.

  11. Debbie says:

    This is an awesome post. We just went through our first pregnancy and had our fist baby and we did a lot of reading from your blog list. Great stuff.

    Thanks
    Debbie.

  12. Sapphire says:

    As a new parent, I will take in all the tips I can get. Having all these sites in one place will reall cut down on the time I spend searching for advice from others. This is my first kid and I really trying my best to do right with here and by here. Thanks again for putting all this in one place.

  13. Kimberly says:

    Check out this channel! It’s all about fertility, TTC, pregnancy, and so much more: https://www.youtube.com/user/babywoopvideos/videos

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