8 of the most relatable parenting Instagram accounts

Mum advice from those in the know

When you've been up since the crack of dawn with your little one and your mind is whirling with baby speak, the last thing you need is unsolicited parenting advice. But words of wisdom from other mums and dads who are going through the same struggles as you are much easier to swallow. Check out these amazing mumfluencers (and dadfluencers) on Instagram for a dose of real-life parenting and the best advice out there…

8 parenting Instagram accounts you need to follow

@sr_nutrition, 304,000 followers 

A child nutritionist who uses Instagram to make feeding your child as easy as possible. From weaning advice to myth busting for new mums, Charlotte will make your life easier.

@kaysy_andhergirls, 20,000 followers

Kaysy has two gorgeous daughters and she shares very detailed milestone updates, honest accounts of her personal experiences and her family's daily routines for other parents to learn from.

@notsosmugnow, 193,000 followers

Cat Sims battled with post-natal depression and now she uses humour to highlight her own parenting struggles. Be prepared to belly laugh. A lot.

@emilywilliams_world, 36,000 followers

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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No matter what is going on, you'll find Emily smiling on the gird. Her feed oozes authentic positivity and her pregnancy workouts will leave you reeling.

@speechsissters, 559,000 followers

Many parents worry about their child starting to speak and dream duo Brooke and Bridget offer up bitesize advice and general reassurance.

@dadlifewithriver, 66,000 followers

Giving mumfluencers a run for their money, Olly created his channel with one daughter and now he has three beautiful girls. Follow for big laughs and very relatable videos.

@chaneensaliee, 36,000 followers

From breaking breastfeeding stigmas to spreading post-partum body confidence, take a peek at Chaneen's feed for a you-can attitude.

@theunmumsymum, 420,000 followers

The clue is in the name, Sarah may not be a conventional mum but that's exactly what makes her engaging. Having three boys keeps her on her toes and she documents her life online.

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