7 Fashionista Celebrity Moms

Being in show business gives celebrities every reason to look good even when they’re not in front of the camera. Although there are some celebrities, notably the females, who love to dress simply while going about their daily lives, there are others who still prefer to dress well even when in public.

When it comes to fashion, celebrities particularly in the U.S. are often the first to wear the latest collections and therefore, set the fashion trend. This then has a ripple effect in other parts of the world. These stylish women never fail to get the attention of various types of people including bloggers. Many aspiring writers looking for fashion blogger jobs would want to write about their favorite celebrities who have a great fashion style.


With young celebrity moms, many have maintained their distinct fashion style amid a busy lifestyle. Most also pass on this fashion sense to their kids even at an early age. Here are some of the admirable fashionista moms in the movie industry who still dress appropriately.

Angelina Jolie

Angelina Jolie-Pitt is one sophisticated actress and mother of six. The different roles she play in her personal and professional life don’t seem to affect her aura because she has maintained her sexiness and appeal through the years even with six kids to attend to.

Katie Holmes

Another celebrity mom who never fails to catch the attention of paparrazis is Katie Holmes. The former Mrs. Tom Cruise has her own fashion line called Holmes & Yang and her fashion style also shows on her daughter Suri’s wardrobe.

Sarah Jessica Parker


Known as a style icon, Sex and the City star Sarah Jessica Parker never fails to make a great fashion statement. Even with three kids of her own now, the actress keeps her own fashion style.

Kim Kardashian

It’s no surprise when a stylish mom like Kim Kardashian will also make her child dress in style. Kim definitely wants her daughter North West to follow her fashion sense.



Beyonce also loves to dress up her daughter Blue Ivy in style. Not surprising at all because the singer is a fashionista herself and has her own fashion line called House of Dereon. Like mother, like daughter indeed.

Victoria Beckham

Who could forget Victoria Beckham of the Spice Girls? A mother of four and a fashion designer, Beckham has received raves from the fashion industry. In fact, her own creations are worn regularly by celebrities on the red carpet. Her being a fashionista definitely shows on her kids’ outfits.

Jessica Alba


Jessica Alba always lands in the best-dressed list whether attending important occasions such as the Fashion Week or just strolling the streets. She is often photographed dressed in style while strolling with her daughters Honor and Haven.

Planning A Wedding After Having Kids

Not everyone gets the chance to have the kids after they get married. And, with many families going through divorce and then moving on, it’s fairly likely that at some point you just might be planning a wedding after you’ve had your kids. So what’s the problem?

kid friendlyl wedding

It’s not that having children makes it harder to get married, but you need to juggle the kids and the wedding planning, and that can be tricky. Don’t let it stress you out though, many people are doing it, and you can too. Just use these tips and you’ll have the perfect weddings, with children in tow.

Use The Internet To Your Advantage

It can sometimes be hard to talk on the phone when you have little kids around, so the internet should be one of your best friends when it comes to wedding planning. You can great checklists, contact planners and venues, and even order your invitations, all with your computer. Making sure your ideal venue is available can be as simple as an email, and in that email you can also ask questions about seating and catering. Read More

How Parents Should Cope With Teen Drug Addiction

Drug abuse in teens isn’t a new thing and it is worse than many parents think. It isn’t difficult for teenagers to become interested in experimenting and drugs are always out there just waiting to be tried. Even small towns are seeing a rise in drug use.

The only way to keep your teen safe is to talk to them and be honest with them about drug use and what it can do to them. The teenage years are pretty stressful as children grow into young adults. That stress, anxiety, and depression they feel can lead to drug abuse and addiction.

teen drug addiction

Share Your Feelings With Them

Many people don’t think that their kids really listen to them, but you’d be amazed at how much of what you say actually sticks with them. Tell them, honestly, about how you feel about drugs and what they can do to people. Read More

How Moms Can Earn from Blogging

Mothers, whether married or not, are strong women who can juggle several responsibilities at the same time. And apart from taking care of their families, they can also accommodate work that will let them earn an income while in the comfort of their homes.

Thanks to the internet, it is now possible for stay-at-home moms to earn a livelihood. Numerous online jobs are available for them these days depending on their skills and interests and one of the most popular is blogging.

mom blogger

Some may already be engaged in blogging as a hobby and this can be a stepping stone to becoming a professional blogger. Meanwhile, those with excellent writing skills have an opportunity as well to pursue a blogging career without having to leave home. Read More

What are the Legal Rights of an Injured Child?

Small children are fragile and as they explore their surroundings whether indoor or outdoor, they are at risk of hurting themselves. As such, they need to be given the right attention and supervision to keep them safe at all times.

It’s a reality, however, that kids can get involved in accidents wherever they may be. Sometimes, even the most attentive of parents can still get surprised when their child falls or slips right before their eyes either while playing or engaged in a sports activity.


But what if your child is in school playing or doing sports with his team and gets injured? Do you have the right to sue the school or the team? Read More

Keeping Your Child’s Room Clean And Organized

Organizing, and especially cleaning, your kids room isn’t always the easiest of tasks. Kids are by nature messy and until they get to a certain age it’s hard to get them to clean up after themselves. And, to be honest, at any age it’s sometimes hard to get them to clean up after themselves.

There are a few things that you can do to help make your kids room easier to clean and organize, without limiting them on how much stuff they can actually have. It may not help keep their bed made or keep their clothes off the floor, but it’s a start.

organized kid's bedroom

Keeping The Closet Kosher

Closets for kids can often become littered with pretty much anything that will fit in them. One way to help keep the closet from being a safety hazard is to remove the door from it. But then you open up to the awful nature of that small space stuffed with too much stuff. Read More

How to Keep Your Family Safe From The Dangers of Living Close to Nature

The tides have changed in the last decade, living in the suburbs is no longer desirable. Instead, people are going to extremes. Full on city, or extremely rural. While the latter might seem to be a safer choice for new families, the realities of living in the country, woods, outback, or any place truly rural, can come as a harsh awakening to the uninitiated.

hiking in the forest

So, what dangers should you look out for, and how can you protect your family against them? This list will provide some essential tips.

1. Coyotes

If you have small children, a family dog, or you plan to make the most of the great outdoors by raising chickens, you’ll need to be aware of common regional predators. Coyotes and foxes are common examples. Read More

Summer Safety Tips For Moms And Dads

Summer time is here. Time for warm (and hot) weather. Time for swimming, time for fun outside, and time for a whole new set of dangers for babies and young children.

Every parent cares about their children and wants to keep them from harm, but long winters sometimes make you forget about all of the dangers the warm weather presents. In case you need a little reminder, here or some summer safety tips for parents.

family outing

Sun and Heat Protection

Two of the biggest summer safety issues, for both adults and children, are sunburn and heat stroke. There are ways to avoid both of them. Read More

How Pet Owners Can Keep Their Home Tidy

Having pets in the home can be fun and entertaining. Dogs and cats, after all, are capable of giving love, attention and loyalty throughout their lifetime to both adults and kids. But homeowners have added responsibility particularly when it comes to keeping the home clean and tidy while raising their beloved pets. The most common concerns faced by people who love to raise pets involve fur and stains.

Pet lying on upholstered furniture

How then can you ensure that your home remains spic and span while pets live with you? Here are some effective ways to solve your woes.

Removing Pet Hair

Pet hair can stick on clothing, furniture and carpets. It can be annoying sometimes to see them especially after arriving home from work and you’re just too tired to do some cleaning. Read More

Filipina Girl Needs Help for Cochlear Implant

A child is always a blessing no matter her condition. To parents, the birth of a baby is a priceless event worth celebrating. Whether it’s the first, second or third child, moms and dads are always excited to hold their new member of the family in their arms after waiting for nine months.

There are instances, however, when parents face unexpected challenges with their bundle of joy such as when they find out something’s wrong with their very young child. It can be hard to accept at first but with faith in their hearts and support from family and friends, parents are able to gain strength and find solutions to their woes.

Rhyka Tiangco

One parent in a very trying situation right now is Rhyan Tiangco, father of two-year-old Rhyka. Born on May 5, 2013, Rhyka passed the newborn screening test but her parents noticed she was unresponsive to sound in her first months of life. She was later diagnosed with profound sensorineural hearing loss in both ears. She is now using a hearing aid to help hear sounds in her surroundings but this is not enough. The best solution recommended by her audiologist and ontologist is a cochlear implant for her condition. Read More