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10 Moms on YouTube We Love

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As the saying goes, it takes a village to raise a child and there is a community of mommy vloggers on YouTube to help moms navigate through motherhood.

From personal birth stories to parenting tips, product reviews and how-to videos, moms everywhere are sharing their stories.

Here are some of our favorite mommy vloggers to look out for on YouTube:

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1. Mindy McKnight of Cute Girls Hairstyles

You may have seen Mindy and her daughters on shows like ABCNews' 20/20, TODAY, Katie Couric and Good Morning America, showing off her knack for awesome hairstyles. But there is also another side to this young mom of six. She also shares millennial mom advice, adoption, child activities, and tips and tricks for raising a large family.

2. Serena Appiah of Thrift Diving

I had the pleasure of meeting Serena when she signed on as my mentor. In addition to giving me blogging tips, the Maryland native and mom of three boys talked about how she decided to become a full-time blogger.

Her YouTube channel has since become an extension of her blog, showing viewers how to save cash by transforming old furniture into pretty pieces. She shares thrifty tips and other crafting tutorials. Serena sometimes even has her little ones get involved in DIY projects.

3. Maria Quiban of Mommy Loves Tech

You can catch Maria Quiban delivering the weather forecast weekday mornings on Fox 11 in Los Angeles. But she says her most important job is being a mom to her children. Her sons' ages span 23 years, so she has the experience of being mom to an adult and toddler at the same time.

In addition to being a meteorologist and mom, Maria has a passion for technology. Her YouTube channel highlights the latest tech must-have gadgets along side former Miss USA and Miss Universe Brooke Lee.

4. Genevieve of Mama Natural

If you're looking to improve the health of our family, then check out Mama Natural. With the help of her husband, Mike, Genevieve shares information on how to maintain a healthy lifestyle.

As the couple states on their website, the information found on their channel is meant to motivate people to make healthy choices based on your own research in partnership with a healthcare provider. While the content doesn't substitute medical diagnosis, or treatment, this natural mama offers up great advice for parents.

I was first introduced to Mama Natural while scouring the web for tips on how to deal with a constipated baby. Genevieve explains the look and texture of the perfect poop, which helped me identify a potential problem with my daughter's stool. She also takes us through the labor and delivery of her natural births.

5. Whitney of DearNaptural85

Whitney has become a leader in the natural hair community, sharing tips on how to care for naturally curly hair. Now, this natural hair enthusiast and mom of one is setting out to conquer the challenges of motherhood.

With her husband Felipe and daughter Olivia, Whitney shares the ups and downs of parenting. One video in particular titled "Moms Be Like," shows false expectations versus the reality of what motherhood is all about. Her hilarious videos poke fun of some of the frustrating moments many of us go through as parents.

6. Elayna Fernandez of Motivation for Moms

Let's face it: being a parent can be down right exhausting. There may even be times when you want to pull your hair out. Well, if you're looking for some motivation to get through the day, you might want to tune in to Motivation for Moms.

Elayna, also known as The Positive Mom is entrepreneur and former single mom. Her slogan, "be positive and you'll be powerful," aims at helping other mothers find joy and balance without the mommy guilt.

7. Judy Travis of It's Judy's Life

Judy Travis is a beauty blogger enthusiast, wife and mom of three girls —Julianna and identical twins, Miya and Keira. She along with her husband Benji record the good, the bad and the crazy side of parenting.

You can get a glimpse into Judy's Life every day. She also uploads mommy pregnancy updates, advice, tips & hauls on her mommy channel It's Mommy's Life.

8. What's Up Moms

What's Up Moms bring out the humor in motherhood. Started by college friends, Meg Resnikoff and Brooke Mahan, they find humor during the most stressful times of parenting shown in their parodies, including their videos about what it's like trying to make plans with friends without kids and dealing with picky eaters.

9. The Mom's View

I had the pleasure of meeting some of the amazing mothers of The Mom's View at a conference a few years ago.

Their video format is very reminiscent of daytime talk show from the '90s with a more updated look, of course. Katilette of the Shaytards, CarlieStylez, HeyKayli, That Chick Angel TV, and their friends discuss everything about child rearing from how to deal with the terrible twos to parenting tips and tricks, and everything in between.

They recently started a series called "The Real Housewives of YouTube." The hilarious series is a funny spin off of Bravo's hit Real Housewives franchise. It's definitely a must-see.

10. And ... me! WeatherAnchorMama

When I decided to quit my full-time weather gig in NYC last summer to spend more time with my family, uploading videos on a regular basis has become a great way to keep my creative juices flowing while helping other families navigate through the challenges of parenthood.

My husband and I, along with our two children, invite people into our crazy lives. We also have a series called Couples Chat that you'll also find here on mom.me , where we chat about everything from adjusting to life as a stay-at-home mom and raising biracial kids to how to keep a marriage sexy when you have little ones running around.

My daughter and I also do fun hair tutorials for kids with curly hair, plus cool science experiments, crafts and recipes.

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It's so amazing what you can learn just by watching other moms. For me, my channel has helped me connect with other parents. It's amazing how much uploading a video can make someone laugh and get them through tough times.

These moms have done just that. So, if you have a moment, be sure to check them out and subscribe!

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