15 Inspiring Latinx Mums to Follow Now
Whether you’re looking for parenting tips, mama-to-mama real talk, fashion advice, décor ideas, DIY how-tos, or tasty recipes, these Latinx influencers are serving up major inspo.
María—aka La Cooquette—has a passion for food…and it comes through loud and clear in her videos! The YouTube star has racked up more than a million subscribers whipping up mouth-watering recipes for everything from 'brookies' (that is brownie + cookie…drooling yet?) to oxtail croquettes. She is the mum to a toddler and a baby who was born during the pandemic!
It is fitting that one of Bricia’s ventures is called 'Super Mamas' because as a restaurant-owner, company-founder, cookbook author, podcast host, and mum she certainly must possess some kind of actual super powers!
The CEO and founder of Fashion Mamas, a members-only network for mums who work in fashion, art, media, and entertainment, is on a mission to lift up and support fellow mothers. She is an energising follow for fellow entrepreneurial mums who are figuring out how to balance it all.
This multi-hyphenate mama’s titles include CEO, actress, model, and pop-star. As you scroll through her sun-drenched photos, you will find tons of beauty and style inspo.
This writer, editor, and mum of three (which includes twin baby girls!), keeps it real. She doesn’t sugar-coat the very relatable challenges she faces, and she also serves up some amazing product recs for parents and kiddos (you can also find plenty of her real-talk in her book, Too Pregnant to Move: A Pregnancy Journal).
A Montessori and minimalist mama, Juli’s Instagram and YouTube accounts are chock-full of practical tips (often illustrated with beautifully simple videos) for homeschooling, Montessori learning, and minimalist parenting.
Parents can learn what Montessori looks like in real life through the adventures of this mama’s toddler Papa. Her detailed captions explain the benefits of various activities, tools, and toys in a way that’s both inviting and accessible.
Blanca, the mum at the helm of this idea-filled Instagram account, is a licensed counselor and early intervention specialist. She has got a wealth of tips for developmentally-appropriate Montessori learning—and integrates aspects of her own bilingual, bicultural home!
Who couldn’t use a little pop of pink? Jay’s cheerful online presence is a bright spot (and it is not just because of her vibrant colour palette), she covers fashion from a plus-size perspective, posting pics of enviable wardrobe on Instagram, and sharing more details about her outfits (and live as a mum!) on her blog.
This mum of four shares her family’s day-to-day life through lovely photos and honest captions. You can catch up on her life at Dreams in Spanglish.
This Dutch-Argentinian stylist’s pared down aesthetic packs a big punch. If minimalism is your jam, there is lots to crib from her clean, bright kids’ room décor.
If an Instagram account was ever a party personified, it’s The Creative Heart Studio. Lilly, who you may recognise from NBC’s Making It, is a balloon genius. She crafts eye-popping balloon mosaics (the perfect inspo for your next celebration) that you can learn to make, too with one of her kits or online classes.
On her blog, Claudya shares anecdotes about her life, as well as recipes and DIY tips…all with a hearty side of humor!
This entrepreneur/activist has an impressive resume and a long history of supporting Latinas (she’s the founder of We All Grow Latina and SpanglishBaby and author of Bilingual Is Better…just to name a few accomplishments!). And she is also the mum to a 13-year-old!
If Christine does not inspire you to bust out the craft glue…we do not know what will! This mama shares all sorts of DIYs while giving you a glimpse at her life with her daughters.
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