Becoming a mother for the first time can be a scary thought.
You will most likely have your friends and family around you for support and everyone will want to get their hands on your little one in its first few months. But as time goes by these visits and any potential offers for help will likely peter out a little.
That's why it is important to get out, make new like-minded friends who are going through similar things to you but all that is easier said than done.
Blogging isn't new by any means and for years enthusiastic mothers have taken to blogging to share their experiences, vent their frustrations and more.
Even if you only can spare an hour per night, these mums are there to help you get through the early years.
The tough part though, is finding the best mummy blogs to follow in your ever busy day to day life as a new parent.
That's why we have rounded up our favourite 3 UK mummy blogs to check out and follow.
So grab a glass of gin or prosecco, sit back and relax, as these mums are as honest but reassuring as it comes!
Mum in Brum - www.muminbrum.com
As a fellow midlander we're more than happy to share Natalie's award winning parenting blog with our followers.
She documents her journey and challenges as a mother as well as many of her day-to-day experiences in between that are not related to parenting.
More recently this has involved decorating their new home. So Mum in Brum is a great all round reader!
Boo Roo and Tigger Too - www.boorooandtiggertoo.com
Follow Sarah, a super passionate blogger and working from home mum with three children varying in age (Roo aged 11, Tigger aged 7 and Piglet aged 2).
Her blog started when returning to work after finishing maternity leave with Tigger but has since expanded.
Sarah mainly focuses on home decor and general day to day family life, writing in a honest, diary like way.
Rainy Day Mum - www.rainydaymum.co.uk
Rainy Day mum is a very intriguing blog, its different from others in the sense that its incredibly inspiring in many different ways.
Cerys is passionate about ensuring passing on her message that dreams and goals can still be achieved when you have children.
You can read about her past experiences or check our new ideas and inspiration relating to kids education, cooking, days out or even simply looking after yourself.