March 8, 2020

60 Parenting Blog Ideas // Blogging

How many times have you sat down and didn’t know what to write about? I often get this sort of writers block when i’ve had a good streak if ideas and I feel im out of them all. So I decided to create a little list for myself and for you to use as ideas on what to write when the brain fog floats in.

  1. Talk about your bed time routines
  2. Write about the shopping hauls
  3. Take time to review children’s products
  4. Share your parenting fails
  5. Read the news and write your opinion on it
  6. Write your children’s birth story
  7. Share your children’s funny stories
  8. Visit a local play area and write about it
  9. Share your family recipes
  10. Talk about the family pets
  11. Home Decor tips for families
  12. If your a single parent, dating tips and tricks
  13. Easy hairstyles for children and toddlers
  14. Share your greatest parenting moment
  15. Do some crafts and share the process
  16. Gift guides
  17. Always carry your camera and post a weekly photo of the week
  18. Share money saving tips
  19. Easy makeup tips for parents
  20. Share how you keep organised
  21. Talk about your past holidays and memories
  22. Write an open letter
  23. Share your co sleeping stories
  24. Review a restaurant with the children giving their opinion of it
  25. Review a book together
  26. Do a house tour
  27. Do a weekly or monthly roundup of your instagram
  28. Interview your child, see what funny things they say
  29. Rainy day activities
  30. Keep an eye on local events to visit and write a post about them
  31. Visit free places in your town and write about the experience
  32. Fancy dress ideas
  33. Share ten things you’ve learnt since becoming a mummy
  34. Interview another mum
  35. Vlog once a week and upload to youtube
  36. Share your favourite ‘me time’ activities
  37. Share your tattoos and talk about why you got them
  38. Tips on how to make school run less stressful
  39. Things you’ve learnt while being a single parent
  40. Things you didnt know about me
  41. Set up a Q and A and answer on the blog
  42. Interview your own mother
  43. Names you liked but didnt use
  44. Why you chose your childrens names
  45. Share a post on your childrens birthdays, talking about what you’ve learnt during their year
  46. celebrate your blogs milestones
  47. Whats in my changing bag
  48. share your top five favourite family films
  49. Blog about family dinners and events
  50. Looking back at old photos
  51. Life before and after pregnancy, what’s different
  52. Things my children argue about
  53. How to successful parent as a single mother/father
  54. How to prepare your children for primary School/secondary school
  55. tips on dealing with periods in preteens
  56. date nights with your partner
  57. Reasons to love blogging and why you do it
  58. Funniest early morning stories
  59. why you started blogging
  60. Hardest day as a parent and what you learnt from it


Hopefully some of these will come in handy for you and I know I am going to look back at them myself when I cannot for the life of me think about what to write. Expect some of these to be written about in the near future on my blog and hopefully I will read some of yours too

4 comments so far.

4 responses to “60 Parenting Blog Ideas // Blogging”

  1. Chele says:

    Fantastic tips

  2. Britt K says:

    This is a great list! Having a list like this on hand is SUPER helpful when you face the dreaded monster known as ‘writer’s block’, isn’t it? I’ll have to share this with the parent bloggrs that I talk to.

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34 year old mother of three wonderful children, one mad mainecoon cat called Loki and a moggy kitten named Atlas.

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