Scary Mommy might have said it best in their post about why moms need coffee.
There are 20 things to be done before 8 a.m.
Cocaine is illegal.
Moms need their eyes wide open, or things could get dangerous.
Without it, we get a withdrawal headache, which is dangerous for everyone in our lives.
Most moms are fueled by their love for their children and huge amounts of caffeine. It’s hard being up in the middle of the night with a child who won’t sleep, then up in the morning for the one who wakes at the crack of dawn. Without coffee, the wheels would fall off this ride.
In this post, we’re covering the mom bloggers who make us laugh or nod our heads enthusiastically as they hold it together with the help of coffee. It’s not illegal, and it’ll keep things from getting dangerous.
The Coffee Mom
This mom has two children with the beautiful names of Willow and Luca. Jessi recently graduated with a Master’s in Legal studies. She’s done the stay-at-home mom thing while being a student. She’s also worked while raising her children. Jessi understands that parenthood can be a struggle and a challenge.
Along with being a “Hippie Heart with a Gypsy Soul,” she’s a woman who is passionate about supporting moms in all their endeavors. She has sections on her blog for frugal living as well as blogging resources to help other blogging moms.
With Kids and Coffee
Kaity is a mom of two who lives in Atlanta. She blogs about parenting topics like how to celebrate Earth month with her family by giving you a glimpse into her own family’s celebrations. There are posts on topics like babies, autism, and parenting in general.
While some mom blogs are focused on one subject, she has an eye towards the whole parenting lifestyle and touches on topics like budgeting and how to start a blog. In fact, her coaching takes up a good portion of the blog. Kaity has posts like “How to Start a Blog: Step-by-Step Guide for Beginners” where she breaks things into easy tasks that don’t make you feel overwhelmed.
On her blog, she’s completely transparent as she shares how much she makes from her work each month. It’s a great resource for coffee-addicted moms who want to start blogging.
Lazy Moms Blog
We appreciate those moms who aren’t afraid to exclaim about their love for coffee while raising children. It’s a hard, thankless job at times. It comes down to drinking more coffee or indulging in wine during the day. Since most moms don’t want to be day drinkers, coffee it is!
This mom’s name is Joanna. She’s the mother of two adorable little girls. She says she’s not aiming for perfection. Joanna believes in simply being “good enough.” She also calls herself a “mombie” or tired mom-zombie. She’s actually made prints of her coffee philosophy. One of them is a print that says But First, Coffee.
That’s a concept we believe in wholeheartedly.
The second says “This home runs on strong coffee & lots of sweet cuddles!” She offers the printable free for any mom who wants to print them out. Joanna suggests that you use thicker, quality stock for your printables.
Sippy Cup of Coffee
Lynsey went from being a pilot who flew rich people around the country to the SAHM of a little one. She has a sense of humor that we can relate to on a deep level. She doesn’t like to do laundry. She’s not a “Pinterest mom or a very good housewife.” She hates cooking, but loves her espresso machine. It’s easy to see why we’ve included her on this list.
In her about me page, she mentions that they don’t have a family dog. The robotic vacuum is referred to as the family dog. The Husband (as she calls him) has to turn that on when he’s home. He also does the laundry. She misses flying, but wants to share how she went from a high-flying career to a stay-at-home mom.
We recommend checking out her story. She has a fun post called 20 Quotes on Love, Life & Marriage that should be read, too. Number 13 is pretty funny, and sums up most marriages.
Cold Coffee Hot Mess
This coffee mom blog belongs to Hannah. She’s a wife to her college sweetheart and mom to 3 boys. Every day for her is reheated coffee and being a hot mess – according to her. She wants to encourage all women, but especially moms. Real women are not perfect. Social media lets us compare ourselves to the best parts of other people. We never get to see behind the scenes. And that’s where we’re all the same.
On her blog, she covers so many topics that women find important whether it’s careers, family, or healthy living. One of our favorite posts is actually a guest post “Motherhood is a Hot Mess” where the author talks about trying to fit into clothes after having a baby and not feeling like a “busted can of biscuits.” Many moms have been there. We like how she is relatable, funny, and fueled by coffee – our favorite beverage. There’s a place on her blog for many types of mom stories.
This is a list of some of our favorite coffee mom blogs. We believe you’ll find them as funny and inspiring as we did.