Storewide Sale! 20% off on orders over $100. Use code "SALE70" at checkout!

Write for Us | Guest Post - Parenting | Mom | Family | Baby

Share your Parenting Wisdom: Write for Us

Send an email with your proposal to hello@amyandrose.com. It is highly recommended to read the below Eligibility Criteria before sending an email.

Guest posting is always appreciated. This is an opportunity to get in front of an audience of over 20 thousand. Please share your take with us on topics that fall under these categories.

How to get your post published on AmyandRose?

If you have experience in the above-listed categories, you are welcome to share your thoughts with us and get an opportunity to write for us.

We also welcome Freelance Writers Who have had experience in the subject area and are willing to contribute vital information to trending topics on parenting.

Eligibility Criteria for guest posting:

  • Posts must be original
  • 800+ words
  • No grammatical mistakes
  • Can include 3-4 images
  • Do include headline, image credit and link to resources
  • May include 1 Do-follow link to your blog/website/work
  • Posts about 2000 words can have 2 Do-follow links
Write for Us Parenting Mom Baby Guest Post

Thank you for indicating interest to work with AmyandRose. We are constantly seeking avenues to satisfy our readers and fan base. We are always looking for ways to add to our family. We’d love to have you come on board.

  • Posts must be original

All content must be original and must not have been published elsewhere. If you have a story to share that isn’t yours or has been posted elsewhere, please acknowledge the author.

Guest posts must not include content that has been previously published somewhere else. Please include links to the resources used.

Also, proofread your articles before sending them in. Deadlines should be strictly adhered to. Submit your articles as at when due.

You’ll be informed when your post is accepted and also if it will be published. We will post links of your articles to our social media and website.

You may also include images in your articles to further buttress your thoughts. You may not attach affiliate links that are advertorial. We will give writing prompts to fuel your creativity.

  • 800+ words

All posts must be a minimum of 800 words of quality content. Anything less than the word count will be rejected. This is so that that ties in with other published content on the site.

However, posts with fillers and fluff added to meet the word limit will be equally rejected. We want to hear your unique voice.

  • No grammatical mistakes

We know that you are in a hurry to submit your content but please take a breath and have a second look at your work. All articles will be edited to fit the style and tone of the website.

However, articles that require a lot of editing or have a lot of grammatical errors will be rejected. Please only submit articles free of grammar errors to hasten the publishing time.

  • Can include 3-4 images

You can include 3 to 4 images to further buttress your point. A minimum of 3 pictures will be accepted.

These images must be personal pictures or copyright free. They should also be clear, high-resolution pictures and fit the standard of the site.

  • Do include headline, image credit and link to resources

We pride ourselves in the readability of articles on our site and will like you to keep up with that tradition. To improve readability, include a headline and write short sentences and paragraphs.

Also, you can include links to high authority websites to back up your claims. Our readers trust us, and we try to give out only factual information.

Article Guest Posting on Family Parenting Blog
  • May include 1 Do-follow link to your website/work

If you have a website, this is an excellent opportunity for you to reach more readers. You can add a link to your blog or website on related topics. The topic must not be advertorial or commercial.

  • Posts about 2000 words can have 2 Do-follow links

For articles above 2000 words, you can include 2 do-follow links.

To indicate your interest in writing for us, fill the contact form or send us an email with subject "Guest Posting" and we will contact you with further details.

When submitting an article, post your bio at the end of your article. Only serious bloggers should contact us. Please email us at hello@amyandrose.com or fill out the form at the end of this post.

Contributor guidelines

  • All guest posts must be original and personal experiences of the freelance mom. Our readers are new moms with newborns trying to get used to their new roles in life.
    Organizing as a mom may be quite stressful and Chores, such as doing the dirty dishes, can seem to go on and on and can easily encroach on quality family time. This is so that Weekends and holidays can be spent bonding.
  • When you share posts you think will be useful to our readers, please acknowledge and include the link to the original source. We do not want to give credit to you for a job that isn’t yours.
  • We will like you to include links to statistics and studies. This is to give credibility to your work and our site.
  • To increase readability, please use subheadings. Also, make all sentences and paragraphs short. All sentences should not exceed two lines and paragraphs should not exceed 200 words. For emphasis, you can make strong points bold, italicized or underlined.
  • Be civil and compassionate to other readers. The site will be unpleasant for all readers when certain people are condescending or disrespectful.
    This also means being understanding and empathetic when other readers share their stories.
  • Stick to the topic being discussed and ensure your opinion is adding value to the discussion. Follow all conversations and input your opinions appropriately.
  • Be yourself. Our aim at Amyandrose is to help our readers with valuable information. We appeal to you to represent yourself as you are. We do not want to mislead our readers in any way.
    This means telling your story as factually as you can and using your headshot as your profile picture on your author bio.
  • Try to have fun. Raising a child is a tedious task, and we want our site to be a place of comfort to all parents. We, therefore, encourage all our readers and contributors to try to have fun as much as possible.
  • Libel and abusive content will not be tolerated. If you are found wanting, you will instantly be removed from the platform. This is to ensure the site stays true to its purpose and remains a source of comfort and solace.
    All comments that are racists, harmful, offensive, violent, sexist, vulgar and violent will be considered in contravention of the house rules.
  • All members are advised to desist from the following
  • Making misleading, defamatory or false comments.
  • Abusive, threatening or insulting comments
  • Comments that are deemed homophobic, offensive, discriminatory or racists to anyone, group ethnic group, race or religion.
  • Be civil in your engagements. Avoid all personal attacks, bullying, violence and any form of harassment.
    Also, avoid racial slurs, hate speech, obscenities, stereotyping and all sorts of insensitive and offensive language.
  • Do not post technical topics. Avoid all forms of research and technical post that is unrelated to parenting, childcare or fashion.
  • Do not promote or sell stuff on the site. The do-follow links should not be advertorial or commercial. All promotional contents will be instantly removed, and posters will be sanctioned.
  • Do not divulge personal information on the site. Keep all personal details private.

Guest Blogging Topics - What to write in an article?

    Have you got practical and actionable tips to offer on parenting topics?

    Do you have blog post ideas about child rearing? Would you like to share your thoughts with us? We would love to publish them!

    Although parenting may be quite burdensome, it can be very fulfilling. We welcome collaborators and experienced writers to pitch their ideas and submit guest posts. You can help debunk the myths about parenting.

    Parenting Guest Blogging

    We cover a variety of topics geared towards parenting from pregnancy to carrying for babies and toddlers.

    Many women have trouble getting pregnant. We welcome topics on ovulation calculator, to pregnancy tests and pregnancy week by week updates.

    How about dealing with your extended family for the rookie mom?

    Or tips on how to look good for and to focus on her family those imperfectly perfect mamas?

    The stay at home mom may easily get carried away with focusing on her family and may lose her sense of fashion. The working mom has to be able to balance her career and manage the home front.

    Being a mom never truly stops. It's a life long journey. Becoming a mom typically comes with a lot of lifestyle changes.

    How do you as a guest blogger think moms should handle this?

    What lifestyle can moms adopt?

    How to include kid activities without hurting the family finances?

    How to raise a healthy family?

    What are the top single mom selfcare tips?

    How mamas can make money blogging, choosing a domain name for their blog, submitting entries to magazines that pay?

    Before pitching your ideas do remember that they should focus on the family audience.

    Pregnancy

    During pregnancy, a lot of changes happen in a woman's body, and especially for new moms, there are a lot of questions to be asked.

    During the first 12 weeks or three months often referred to as the 1st trimester, a woman is likely to suffer from morning sickness, recurrent trips to pee, headaches, cramps, fatigue, spotting, loss of appetite, frequently sleeping among other things.

    Your guest post is intended to help allay the fears of these women. As a parent blogger, you may include money saving tips for new moms.

    Midwifery Obstetrics Gestation Stages Pregnancy

    For some women, they get hospitalized during the first months of pregnancy and will be unable to keep food down.

    You can offer useful tips on the nutritional requirements of the new mom during these tumultuous months.

    This is also the period where miscarriages are more likely to happen, and moms need every advice at this time on the right things to do. Moms to be will also need advice on safe pregnancy exercises.

    During the 2nd trimester, which is from week thirteen to the twenty-seventh week, a lot of these symptoms will have reduced or stopped entirely.

    Now the moms to be will begin to feel a renewed surge of energy and an increase in appetite. The stomach is a bit more conspicuous, and they may start to crave junk and unhealthy food.

    At this time, stretch marks will begin to appear on the breast and stomach of the woman, and she begins to put on weight. This can be quite disconcerting for the mom to be. This is the time to prepare for the arrival of a newborn.

    During the 2nd trimester, a scan can tell the sex of the baby, and the woman can felt the movement and kicks of the fetus. The fetus also develops a sleep pattern that may not be in sync with the mother.

    From your experience, you can guide expectant mothers on how best to prepare for a newborn from getting a baby crib and clothes to planning for a maternity leave at work.

    On nights when the woman cannot sleep owing to the activity of the fetus, you can give suggestions on things to do during these long nights.

    The expectant mother can read books on motherhood and stories to the fetus whose sense of hearing is developed.

    This is also the time to ditch pre-pregnancy clothes and moms to be will find your opinions invaluable. You can, through your articles, give tips to pick loose yet stylish dresses, so the woman doesn't lose herself or sense of style.

    This is also the time to wear comfortable shoes, and your guidance will be most valuable. On the plus side, the fetus can survive with the right medical care if it is born prematurely from the 24th week. This bit of information a mom to be will find reassuring.

    At 28 weeks and above, the pregnancy advances to its 3rd trimester. Expectedly the stomach becomes much more protruded, and your expected day of delivery is getting closer by the day.

    Kicks and movements are more intense now, and your guest post will help soothe the aching bodies of moms to be. They’ll need true stories about giving birth and child development. 

    Expectant moms need experienced guest authors in this subject to remind them of the items required when expecting a baby. Regular visits to the doctor are a must now as the coming of the baby draws closer.

    Other women are typically worried when they are pregnant, particularly with first pregnancies. Pregnancy comes with a lot of challenges for the expecting mother. She asks questions such as,

    • How do I prepare for the pregnancy?
    • Will I have a miscarriage?
    • Can I carry my baby to term?
    • Will my baby have a congenital disability?
    • Will a particular kind of food be bad for my unborn child?
    • What if I don't lactate enough?
    • How will my baby be nourished?
    • What if I go into labor too early?
    • What should I experience during pregnancy?
    • How do I handle the changes to my body, physically and emotionally?
    • Am I going to be a good mom?
    • What items should I include in my baby registry?
    • What am I supposed to watch out for in my first, second, and third trimester?
    • What should I expect from gender predictors?
    • What kind of exercises are good for me while pregnant?

    These are some of the questions moms-to-be find themselves asking.

    Some women also struggle with issues of infertility. They are afraid of never being able to get pregnant, maybe because they are single, advanced in age, or have some other medical difficulties.

    • Do you have any tips to offer such as an ovulation calculator?
    • What kind of diet should pregnant women be on?
    • What type of food and drinks are to be avoided?

    As the day draws closer to the date of delivery, it may be beneficial to have a due date calculator handy. Have you got any super helpful tips to share?

    A healthy lifestyle is essential for everyone, and even more critical is a prenatal exercise for a pregnant woman. A healthy pregnancy will often than not, result in the birth of a healthy baby.

    Caring for a newborn

    The news of the arrival of a baby is usually greeted with much joy and excitement. Nurturing and mothering newborns may be quite overwhelming so much that it sometimes leads to postpartum depression.

    The baby will require different things for each stage of its development.

    Parents and moms particularly may have inquiries about its development, growth, health, breastfeeding, formula feeding, and be willing to seek the help of a toddler sleep consultant.

    This will often result in having to make a couple of trips down to the pediatrician's office. Moms may have some questions about the color of their baby's poop. How can you calm these moms down?

    Babies usually have different needs. There's no single universal way to take care of babies. Babies will cry to express feelings of hunger, hurt, stomach aches, and pains.

    • How will moms be able to distinguish each cry and know what the baby needs?
    • What baby products are tested and trusted?
    • How effective are baby monitors when you're not around your child?
    • "My baby is so tiny and fragile; will I not drop it? How do I know if I've fed my baby enough?"

    These are a few of the questions moms need answers to.

    • How about sleep patterns?
    • Babies may sometimes have trouble sleeping and may have irregular sleep patterns that will be a source of torment for parents.
    • What are the triggers for these erratic sleep patterns?
    • Do parents need to consult sleep consultants?
    • Will these sleep patterns self-resolve?
    • How can parents make their babies more comfortable?
    • Often, when babies do not meet certain developmental milestones, parents become concerned. How do you think parents should handle this?
    • At what stage would they need to see their doctor?
    • Do you think they may be unnecessarily worried?

    What are your thoughts about new moms?

    Some moms are pretty judgy. They complain and criticize the decisions of more modern moms.

    • What can these new moms do?
    • How can these imperfectly perfect mamas handle this?
    • Many moms experience postpartum depression. Have you ever gone through this?
    • Do you have any observations or tips to share?

    We'd love to hear from you. You could write about personal or other peoples' experiences.

    • What are your thoughts on breastfeeding?
    • If needed, what is the correct way to breast pump?
    • Do you think milk expressed through a breast pump will not be as fresh as the mom's milk?
    • Another question posed by moms is, 'how soon after the birth of a child should I begin to consider having another'?
    • With the birth of another child, other issues may be berthed. Sibling rivalry is one of such. How do you think parents can address it? What are the signs to watch out for? How can parents fruitfully resolve conflicts?

    Raising kids

    Raising kids can be pretty hectic. We want to hear from you. You could write about experiences with fine parenting you know or have heard about. We are trying to dispel the lies about parenting.

    A rookie mom may be quite anxious and worried about not doing the right things or not doing enough.

    Being a mom, especially a first-time mom, can be quite terrifying. Caring for a baby may bring waves of emotions and feelings that could easily be overwhelming.

    Raising Kids Write for Us

    Potty training can also be a source of headaches. At what age should moms begin to potty train? How do moms know if their toddlers are ready to be potty trained?

    Healthy moms are happy moms. Organizing as a mom may be quite stressful. It's quite easy to get lost in the whirlwind of activities in the home.

    Energy levels seem to be quickly depleted. Sleep becomes a luxury, and eating intentional meals may be a far off dream.

    The stay at home mom may easily get carried away with focusing on her family and may lose her sense of fashion. How do you think stay at home moms can work around this?

    You can post ideas on how she can start making money and especially about making money online. You can suggest sites that pay for child nurturing stories through affiliate marketing so they can make some extra income.

    There are guest blogging sites that will be willing to pay you to write parenting advice, baby care tips, organizing tips, suggestions for baby names and baby products, and family-friendly trending topics.

    You may guest post about personal story or sharing your expertise on child rearing tips or about how family and child rearing can change a mom's life by opening paths to new income streams.

    The working mom has to be able to balance her career and manage the home front. Some moms can work from home, having the freedom to focus on her family, and also do her job.

    The average mom wonders how she would maintain and healthy work/life balance. Stay at home moms, and working moms often have different challenges.

    Being a mom never truly stops. It's a life long journey. Becoming a mom typically comes with a lot of lifestyle changes.

    How do you think moms should handle this?

    Yummy mummies have it quite easier, snapping back to how their bodies were before pregnancy.

    Unfortunately, this is instead the exception and not the norm for the majority of women.

    Moms are generally worried about their postpartum bodies. Scared that their bodies may never go back to how it was pre-pregnancy. What lifestyle can moms adopt? How can moms get through this?

    Being a single mom can be downright depressing. Not with having to worry about the societal stigma. Single moms often face the fear that they'll never be enough for their child/children.

    • They find themselves asking questions like, will I earn enough to be able to support us?
    • Can I handle this responsibility?
    • How do I approach the issue of shared custody in a case of divorce or separation?
    • How do I thrive and survive with my child in a world without my partner?

    Adoptive families go through some socially awkward periods, particularly when a child has just been adopted. It is notably more challenging when an older child has been adopted.

    This child may have likely undergone some form of emotional trauma or have been abused physically. These children sometimes have striking facial features that are very different from the adoptive parents.

    How do you best suggest adoptive parents handle these situations? Adopted babies will most likely be formula-fed.

    Foster parents may feel like they would not be able to quickly bond with the babies. Some may even think that breastfed babies are generally smarter than formula-fed ones. How can you correct this notion? 

    Parents play an essential part in children's education. From the time children are little, parents consciously and unconsciously impart some form of knowledge on them.

    Children, even of the same parents, may often require different teaching skills.

    • How do parents' versatility and perception result in an enhancement of children's abilities?
    • Is there a perfect time for children's learning capability to be optimal?
    • What determines the decision to homeschool a child?
    • Where do the skills taught in school, and what's learned at home, converge?
    • Accidents are pretty common in the house. How do you think parents can prevent them?

    Family time should be a fun time—a time when every member of the family chirps in and shares values. Weekends and holidays can be typically spent bonding. It is quite vital to prioritize activities.

    Chores, often infringe on quality family time. Balancing work and family life can sometimes seem like a herculean task.

    • How do parents maximize family life?
    • How can members of the family spend their time being productive?
    • Do you think love can ever be too much?

    There are often a couple of trending topics for the parenting section. Freelance writers are welcome to share their takes. Information is available from different sources. Authors should take advantage of this.

    As time passes, parenting becomes somewhat more comfortable. Children attain some level of self-sufficiency.

    With babies growing toddlers into adolescents, then teens, and eventually to adults, it is a commonplace for there to be a level of independence.

    The new worry for parents becomes how to handle teen pregnancy and sexually transmitted diseases.

    At some point, parents may begin to feel like their children are growing apart from them. This may be a source of heartaches, worry, and in other cases, pride on the part of the parents.

    It may be difficult to retain some semblance of friendship with children, now teens or adults.

    • What tips can you give for parenting grown-up children?
    • How can parents guide their children towards financial freedom?

    Frequently Asked Questions

    1. What do I need to write for your site?

      You need to have some level of personal experience in parenting. You also need to be upfront and honest and be willing to share your story and experience.
    2. How do I get my post to feature on your site?

      It’s simple. All you need to do is write an article related to pregnancy, family, or  parenting blogs and stick to our editorial guidelines.

      Posts that are informative, respectful of groups and individuals, error-free and a minimum of 800 words will be published. Send an email or fill our form to indicate your interest in writing for us.
    3. Do I get credited when I write a guest post on your site?

      Of course. When you contribute to our site, you will get credited for every article of yours that is published on our site. You will get a bio which will include essential information about you and your picture.
    4. How long does it take to publish my article on your website?

      It may take around two weeks to get your article published on Amyandrose. This is because the editorial team will have to edit your article to fit the tone and style of the site.

      If your article is near perfect and with little need for editing, it will get published much faster.
    5. Can my article be rejected?

      Yes, a poorly written article can be rejected. To prevent this from happening, stick to the editorial rules of Amyandrose.

      This includes writing original content that has not been published anywhere else, a post that is 800+ words, error-free and factual articles. Even if you have a featured article in an online publication or on sites like Metro parent, Raising Arizona kids, Chicago parent, Minnesota parent, we'll still not accept duplicate content.
    6. Do I get a second chance if my article is rejected?

      Yes, you do. But you have to keep your profile protected by not been a repeat offender known for making comments that are considered offensive to a person or group of people or religion.
    7. Can I include personal experiences in my article?

      Yes, you can include personal experiences in your articles. All our columnist are encouraged to share their personal experiences as this will serve as a learning experience for other readers going through similar experiences.

      This will ultimately improve the quality of the site and make it a fulling experience for everyone.
    8. Do I get paid for my articles?

      No, you don’t get paid for your articles. You, however, get to jumpstart or sustain your blogging career. You will get your articles shared on all our social media platforms and grow a fan base.

      If you prove to be exceptional, you can get a large following which will prove to be more valuable in the long run than monetary rewards.
    9. Can I reply to comments on my article?

      Authors are encouraged to engage their readers and fans by answering questions posed in the comment section under their article.

      This will build trust between writers and readers, which will prove satisfying to both readers and writers.
    10. Can I send an already published article?

      We request you to submit your stories that are not published elsewhere.
    11. What should I do after my article gets successfully published?

      Hooray! If your piece gets successfully published at AmyandRose, you should share it with your friends and family through all of your social media channels.

    Related Queries

    "parenting" + "write for us"

    "mom" + "write for us"

    guest blogging sites for parenting

    post your blog

    submit guest post on parenting

    parenting related guest posting sites

    contribute on parenting magazine

    submit content

    parenting guest post

    guest post submission

    guest blogging family

    guest post submission guidelines

    mom guest post

    guest blogger guidelines

    baby guest post

    moms blog accepting guest posts