Best YouTube Channels for Parents

Best Youtube channels for parents

The Internet is a great thing. You can find pretty much anything online. From nursing tips to solving school problems.

And let’s be real, we all need help at times.

Sometimes we just need some different ideas for DIY crafts to entertain the kids. Or new meal ideas. Or ways trying to convince our kids that math is useful. Luckily, there’s a lot of experienced parents who share their tips and tricks online, so we gathered up five best YouTube channels for parents.

Best YouTube Channels For Parents


From the weekly routine to Ariana Grande parodies mom way, the WhatsUpMoms channel will boost your confidence and make you cry of laughter at the same time.

We love their educational videos like the one about the Common Sense Camp, but they can also help you save hundreds of hours on Amazon searching for the best gear for kids and parents.

This channel has more than 3,2 million subscribers and more than 3 billion views so a lot of parents out there share our opinion that this is one of the best YouTube channels for parents.

The Mom’s View

‘Motherhood is tough. Between pregnancy symptoms, changing diapers, kissing boo-boos, breastfeeding, and cleaning, sometimes it is easy to lose your sanity. That’s where The Mom’s View comes in.’ This description done by four moms pretty much sums up the theme of this channel.

This channel can be especially beneficial to new moms. A variety of perspectives and experiences of pregnancy, raising kids, breastfeeding, or even health and fitness topics will help you make informed decisions and base your opinion on different perspectives.

From 2011, this channel has gathered over 445.000 subscribers and almost 118 million views. Check it and see if the Mom’s View can make your life a bit easier too.

My Life Suckers

Are you laughing? Did you think of your kids (and husband) and instantly felt guilty? Pretty interesting name, right? Don’t worry. This is a judgment-free zone.

Deva Dalporto is a queen of viral parodies and funny sketch videos for moms and kids. This channel can provide you with the dose of fun and laughter when you need to brighten up your day.

Deva was a Senior Editor for Nickelodeon’s parenting website for six years when she got an autoimmune disorder called Hashimoto’s, so she left her job to get healthy. Thankfully, she got better and also – bored. So her husband bought her a video camera, and the rest is history.

Do It On A Dime

Life can be expensive. With or without kids. That’s why the Do It On A Dime YouTube channel is one to watch. If you’d like to save some money and find different ways of frugal living, mom Kathryn will teach you.

Kathryn is a mom of two boys who grew up in a coupon-clipping, penny-pinching family and embraced the fact that life isn’t picture-perfect. But that’s not the reason not to enjoy it, even on a budget.

Lifestyle, organization, cleaning routines and Dollar Tree hauls have attracted over 214 million views and 1.7 million subscribers to this channel. Maybe you’ll become one as well!

St. Louis Children’s Hospital

The Children’s Hospital channel probably isn’t the one you’d think of when talking about the best YouTube channels for parents. But St. Louis Children’s Hospital is one of the top pediatric hospitals in the country both in the U.S. News and World Report.

They have an extensive community education and outreach on child safety, so if you want a channel for education purposes, we highly recommend this one.

Although this channel has ‘just’ over 130.000 subscribers, it was watched over 56 million times, and we firmly believe that you can benefit from it. Even just to remind you to count your blessings and be grateful.

And something not for parents but for kids in The Netherlands – I have my own YouTube star at home 🙂

Let us know which YouTube channels are your faves. We could always use some extra help and/or different perspectives.


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