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These 5 Indian Mom Youtubers are your answer to all parenting questions along with much else - do go check their channels.
These 5 Indian Mom Youtubers are your answer to all parenting questions along with much else – do go check their channels.
In the digital era, YouTube is now not just an entertainment platform, but has also become a platform to showcase talent and grow business, and many women out there are using it. The number of viewers on YouTube have also increased rapidly in the past few years. The rich and varied content is the major reason behind this.
The one dilemma that most of the mothers have is to manage work and their child, since involvement of dad in childcare is still rare. Indian moms YouTubers have created a huge base that also addresses this among other things, while also other interests as women. They not only give parenting tips and life hacks but also do videos on makeup, cooking, dance and even entrepreneurship.
So here we present a list of 6 Indian mom YouTubers who teach about life and give parenting tips
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Started in 2015 this channel is owned by thirty-year-old Indian mom YouTuber Kiran Singh. She identifies herself as a mompreneur and a mother of her 7-year-old daughter, Anika. She started the channel by making a simple observation that there were no online channels then, catering to mother and baby life.
Kiran uses her channel to post parent and child care vlogs, videos of her daughter Anika, parenting tips and some travel content. Not just this, her channel also features makeup videos, food recipes, beauty tips and a lot more. The channel’s diverse nature has gained a fan base of 540k subscribers.
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This channel catering to Parenting tips, child care, and mom vlogs was launched in 2017 by Indian mom YouTuber Mansi Payet. She started this channel during her third trimester. Just like Kiran, she also found a lack of content pertaining to new moms on YouTube. This motivated her to open her own channel.
From pregnancy tips to vlogs and child health care tips, this channel has grown a lot. Not just this, she also includes her husband in a number of videos to give the audience a “parents’ view” and not just a “mother’s view”. Today, with a subscriber base of 816k, Momcom India helps a lot of women to deal with ‘first-time mother’ anxieties at their own comfort level.
This channel started in 2015 by Reema is a day-to-day vlog channel.
Indian mom YouTuber Reema, who is a mother to a teenage girl, started this channel as a lifestyle and beauty tips platform. With time and support, she has moved to the categories of travel, cooking, family and mother tips. She frequently does blogs with her daughter too, which helps the viewers in getting a better perspective of a mother-daughter relationship.
Indian mom YouTuber Manisha Dahiya is a mother of two kids, and she started this channel in 2017. This channel is all about daily routine vlog, product reviews, house organization, cleaning, skin care, shopping, decoration, tips and tricks, and much more in a real way. Her channel has a lot of content about mom routines, and her around 2-year-old daughter Pari.
Indian mom YouTuber Diya Rajguru, who is a mother of two kids Dhyani and Kushank, started this channel to share her experience of being a mom. Her channel focuses on her daily routine, kids’ milestones, DIY’s, home organization tips, cleaning routines, toddler meal ideas & recipes, healthy lifestyle, and more, with a family of 63k subscribers. Her kid Kushank often features in her videos.
So this was a list of 6 mom YouTubers to refer to if you want some parenting and childcare tips. Do let us know your picks in the comment section below.
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