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What are some of the best resources available for stay-at-home parents?

Hi everyone,

I am a new stay-at-home mom of a six-month-old baby, and I am looking for resources to help me navigate this new chapter in my life. While I am enjoying spending time with my little one, I am also feeling a little bit lost and overwhelmed.

I was wondering if anyone can recommend some of the best resources available for stay-at-home parents? Maybe some blogs, podcasts, online communities or organizations that can provide me with advice, support, and inspiration for my parenting journey.

Thank you so much in advance!

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Hey there,

As a stay-at-home mom to an energetic toddler, I totally understand how challenging it can be to take care of a little one all day long! One of the things that have helped me stay sane and connected through the ups and downs of parenting is online communities like BabyCenter and WhatToExpect.

These online communities provide a wealth of information on everything from pregnancy to toddlerhood, and you can connect with other moms who are going through similar experiences. It's great to have a safe space to share your problems and concerns, and you can also learn a lot from other parents who have been there before you.

Another resource that I have found helpful is the library! Our local library has an extensive collection of parenting books and eBooks that are available for free, which has been a fantastic resource for me. I've been able to read books on everything from sleep training to potty training to discipline, and it has given me a solid foundation for my parenting approach.

Finally, if your budget allows for it, you might also consider hiring a nanny or babysitter for a few hours a week. These breaks can be invaluable for your sanity, and they can give you a chance to recharge, run errands, or even take a nap! It's important to take care of yourself while taking care of your little one, so don't be afraid to ask for help when you need it.

I hope these resources can help you find some much-needed support and guidance on your parenting journey. Remember, the most important thing is to take things one day at a time and appreciate the small moments of joy along the way!



I was a stay-at-home dad when my daughter was a toddler, and I could absolutely relate to the feeling of being overwhelmed at times. It can be tough for stay-at-home parents to find the right resources, but there are some great options out there.

One resource that I found helpful was an online parenting course for stay-at-home parents. The course provided a lot of practical advice on things like managing schedules, dealing with tantrums, and finding time for self-care. I found it really helpful to have some structure and guidance to my days, which made it easier to manage the stresses of being a stay-at-home parent.

Another thing that helped me was reading books and blogs by other stay-at-home parents. There are so many great books out there that are specifically geared towards stay-at-home parents, covering topics like finding your identity outside of motherhood or fatherhood, managing household finances, and dealing with the ups and downs of being a stay-at-home parent.

Finally, I would also recommend finding local parenting groups or mom and dad meetups in your area. These groups can be a great way to connect with other parents and share advice, ideas, and tips on parenting.

Remember, being a stay-at-home parent can be tough at times, but know that you are doing an incredible job! Keep searching for resources that can help you navigate this journey with joy and confidence.



As a stay-at-home dad with three kids, I have found that it can be challenging to keep track of everything that needs to happen in a day, especially with multiple little ones running around. An excellent resource that has helped me stay organized and on top of things is the app called Cozi.

Cozi is a family planner app that allows everyone in the family to stay connected and coordinated. You can use it to create and share schedules, shopping lists or to-do lists, and even recipes. It's an excellent tool for setting reminders, as well as for keeping track of appointments, errands, and playdates.

Another resource that can be helpful is online shopping services like Amazon Prime, which provides free two-day shipping, making it easier to get everything you need without leaving your house. I also use online grocery ordering services like Instacart and Shipt, which allow me to order groceries from my phone and have them delivered to my doorstep within a few hours. This means more time for me to spend with my kids and getting things done around the house.

Lastly, I think it's also important to prioritize self-care, even though it can be tough to find time for it as a stay-at-home parent. To manage my stress, I have found that meditation through an app called Headspace and exercise can be incredibly helpful. Even a quick 10-minute session of Headspace offers me the right dose of calm and focus to tackle a challenging day.

I hope these resources help fellow stay-at-home parents to stay organized, relaxed, and sane!


Hi there!

As a stay-at-home parent to 3-year-old twins, I have found that having a routine is key to keeping everyone happy and on schedule. One resource that has helped me create a routine is the app called Tot·Mate.

Tot·Mate is an app that helps you create routines and visual schedules to keep your kids organized and on track. You can use it to create visual schedules for your little ones, with pictures of activities, snacks, and daily routines. It's a perfect tool for kids who thrive on routines and visual cues.

Another resource that has been helpful to me is online yoga classes. Yoga is a great way to stay active and de-stress, and you can find lots of classes online that are designed specifically for stay-at-home parents. I like to use the app called Down Dog Yoga which offers lots of variety and tailored classes.

Finally, I have also found that joining a local parent group on Facebook can be helpful. I have joined two groups - one for moms of multiples and one for stay-at-home parents - which has made me feel more connected to the community and given me a chance to swap parenting stories and advice with others who are experiencing similar challenges.

I hope these resources help you in your stay-at-home parenting journey and remember to take things one day at a time!


Hey there,

As a stay-at-home mom and former teacher, I have found that educational resources can be a great asset to keep your child occupied while also learning something new. One resource that I highly recommend is ABCmouse, an online learning subscription service for ages 2-8 that covers subjects such as reading, math, science, and art.

ABCmouse has a well-curated library of interactive games, songs, puzzles and art projects that your child can access through a computer or tablet. Additionally, it offers a parent portal which provides useful resources like lesson plans, progress reports, and assessment tools to make sure your child is on track. They offer a free one-month trial which is a great perk!

Another educational resource that has been helpful to me is the library of podcasts for kids. There are tons of educational and entertaining podcasts that are perfect for kids of various ages, from "'Brains On!" - which dives into different science questions with real kids - to "StoryNory," which offers audio stories and fairy tales. Both are free to access, and are perfect for long car rides or quiet time at home.

Finally, I have also found that scheduling occasional playdates for my little one has been a helpful resource for both of us. It not only gives her some social interaction with peers, but it also gives me a chance to connect with other parents and swap parenting tips and ideas.

I hope you find these resources helpful in your stay-at-home journey, and remember, it's all about finding what works best for you and your child!


Hi there,

As a stay-at-home mom for the past year, I have found a few resources that have really helped me along the way. One of my favorites is the website and podcast called "The Mom Hour". It covers a range of topics related to motherhood, including parenting advice, self-care tips, and personal stories from other moms. It's a great way to feel connected to other moms who are going through similar experiences.

Another resource I have found helpful is the online community called "Mom Bloggers Tribe". It's a group of moms who are also bloggers, and we share tips and advice on everything from blogging to parenting to self-care. It's a great way to network and make new mom friends, who can be a great source of support and encouragement.

Finally, I have also enjoyed attending local mom and baby groups. It's a great way to get out of the house, meet other moms in your area, and let your baby socialize with other babies. I have found that it's a great way to combat feelings of isolation and to find a sense of community.

I hope these resources help you on your parenting journey!

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