Top 20 Nigerian Motherhood Blogs

There is a need to appreciate other Nigerian bloggers of related niche. I mean to celebrate their efforts in taking their time to bless lives.

Therefore, I have decided to list other Nigerian blogs that focused on family, parenting or the journey to become a parent.

Note: The list is not in any order of importance.

Tessy Onyia

With amazing information on fashion, lifestyle, and motherhood topics, is a high quality site that has earned some fame. Thanks to its refreshingly honest take on various subjects relevant to the modern woman, it’s become more than just some random blog on the web.


Purposeful and Meaningful

A lot of mothers feel like they are no longer as beautiful, as vibrant, or as alive as they once were and this is completely understandable. By reading through the contents, these women can find that spark of life once again without sacrificing their duties as parents.

Lagos Mums

Lagos Mums is the brain child of Yetty Williams. One of the most informative sites when it comes to the challenges and the wonderful journey of motherhood. Lagos Mums offers incredible insights that mothers or expectant mothers can draw from when in need. With useful tips and guides, it is definitely worth of being placed on the list.

Diary of an Abuja Mom


Being a mother requires a lot of time and effort, but knowing what to expect based on the experiences of other mothers can make the whole experience so much easier. The brains behind this blog ensure that moms everywhere can benefit from their useful tips and content.

Call Me Mummy

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When talking about motherly matters, it’s not possible to ignore what this blog can teach. The woman behind the site is Tola and she talks about everything to do with raising children and being married. There’s no doubt that such situations can be challenging, which is why Tola’s advice makes her worth to be listed here. The blog was among the nominated family/parenting blog during the Nigerian blog awards in 2013 with Channel of Virtue

Channel of Virtue


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Channel of Virtue is dedicated to raise and nurture Godly families. It is a channel to enhance and instill virtues. When you are talking of parenting tips, advice and family life issues, it is a site that gives you insights.

Sokari Ekine

Sokari Ekine is a self-described Queer Nigerian British Feminist and the website named after Ekine shows such individuality as befits this description. With a talent for sharing useful and interesting content about important topics, Sokari Ekine has really earned a spot on the list. The blog makes a good case to that end.

More View


There are so many things in this day and age that can help make being a mother a cinch, which is exactly what talks about. You’ll find some of the best information on how best to use the resources that you have in order to be the best mom

you can be.

Wives Townhall Connection

When it comes to being a mother, is definitely one of those resources that addresses both the state of being a parent and being a wife. There are challenges to those two situations that women might not expect and this blog can help.



This is the brainchild of Shola and it is currently one of the most popular blogs that talks about women, women’s issues, and how women improve the lives of people every single day. There are always inspirations stories and useful content found at, which makes it more than worthy of being listed.

You Baby and I

You, Baby and I

Being a mother is never easy. Fortunately, this blog is to help young Nigerian mothers with the challenges that they face every day and to make coping with challenges a joy. Thanks to Shan, mothers everywhere have a chance to actually enjoy the experience of raising a child and being a wife.

Mummy Tale

Maryanne Waweru-Wanyama is the woman behind, one of the most useful and interesting resources of information for mothers everywhere. If you want to know what it’s like to be a mother and benefit from it, is the way to go.

The Pepperic Life

Featuring some of the most essential questions that parents need to ask when it comes to the health of their children, their lives, and their future, is one site that you definitely need to pay attention to if you want some truly reliable information.


Moms Achieving Purpose


Every mother has a different way of raising their children but their purpose has always been similar. That’s why is such a great resource because it can help those moms who might feel a little lost to remember what they are meant to do and how they can do it.




Inspiring change and bringing awareness to the masses is what is all about. As the site explains, MamaYe is an advocacy that everyone needs, even if they don’t necessarily understand it. By shining a light on some of Nigeria’s most important issues, is as good enough to be on the list.

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If you are in the habit of finding good mommy blogs to draw inspiration from, you might want to add to your list. It’s an amazing resource full of useful insight and lots of tips regarding shopping, raising children, and just being a happy mother.

Super Working Mum

Super Working Mum

Raising children, being a wife, and working in order to make a living are tasks that drain the energy of mothers all over the world. What and its creator, Detola are trying to do is make it more doable. By offering great tips and guides to maximize productivity and health.


More anything else, is all about helping mothers cope with the challenges of motherhood as well as to provide interesting and useful tips regarding life in general.

Achalugo Writes

Being a parent can be a daunting task, which is why resources like are so necessary. They can help make parenting a lot more enjoyable and full of laughter, which can only be good for the children and the parents themselves.

Fabulous Naija Mums

While being a mother can be incredibly stressful, there is still plenty of room to also retain that fabulous look and feeling that you might have become accustomed to. That’s what can help you with and it’s an incredibly resource for these kinds of things.


Is there any other family and parenting blog(s) that is not listed here? Kindly state it below.


About Olabode Adediya

Olabode Adediya (Bodjetstar) is the founder of Channel of Virtue. He is the host of The Great Value Show, an personal development podcast. He is an Author, Writer, Motivational Speaker and Content Creator. Connect with him on social media @Bodjetstar.


8 thoughts on “Top 20 Nigerian Motherhood Blogs

  1. That’s well written…


    Posted by wizzymedpower | January 15, 2018, 12:41 AM
  2. Thanks for your time spent here.


    Posted by Bodjetstar | January 16, 2018, 12:22 AM
  3. Thank you so much for listing my website, on this list. I am thrilled and honoured.
    Jayne Augoye


    Posted by Jayne | January 19, 2018, 2:22 PM
  4. Thank you for listing Purposeful and Meaningful here. It’s an honour.
    It’s a great work you are doing here. I am glad to meet you.
    Feel free to stop by and say hello some times. 😉
    God Bless 😇


    Posted by Ifeoma Samuel | March 23, 2018, 8:05 AM
  5. I’m always on the lookout for Nigerian mom blogs to get some inspiration from and I’m glad I discovered your site today. I already followed.


    Posted by Vanessa | May 23, 2018, 8:23 AM

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