21 Celebrity Moms To Follow On Twitter For Some Solid Laughs & Advice
Being a mother is no easy feat. There are so many lessons you learn, so many emotional rollercoasters you ride, so many expectations you feel, and sometimes, it seems like the only other people in the world who could possibly understand where you're at are other mothers. Though no two mothers are the same, knowing that there are other moms out there who don't have it all figured out either is strangely comforting. Knowing that there are celebrity moms to follow on Twitter who don't have it all figured out yet either? Even more comforting.
Though it's hardly logical to compare your own life or experience with that of a celebrity, the following celebrity moms on Twitter show that yes, all moms go through some of the exact same struggles, and that no, you're not alone. From the comic relief of stars like Chrissy Teigen and Nicole Richie, to the activist moms who help trumpet great causes for mothers around the world like Drew Barrymore and Julie Bowen, to the mothers who help remind you that motherhood is a journey, like Jaime King and Reese Witherspoon — the following celebrity mothers are here to offer advice, support, and laughs, all in 140 characters or less.
People should really be more conscious of judging mothers for being too "fat" or too "thin" after having a baby. It's disgusting & cruel.— Jaime King (@Jaime_King) June 7, 2014
Jaime King is a goddess mother on Twitter, from sharing her experiences with fertility struggles, to being an advocate for moms who face mom-shaming everywhere, follow her for a dose of mama strength in your Twitter feed.
no one told me i would be coming home in diapers too— christine teigen (@chrissyteigen) April 20, 2016
For gut-busting comedy, follow Chrissy Teigen on Twitter. You'll be laughing so hard you cry every time she posts something about her new experience with motherhood.
My sweet girl turns 16 today! I am so blessed to have you as a daughter pic.twitter.com/L6FVSqCzf1— Reese Witherspoon (@RWitherspoon) September 9, 2015
Proud mama Reese Witherspoon is always posting adorable photos of her doppelganger children.
Follow along with the mom antics of Britney Spears and get sneak peeks of her kids dancing around with her like little Mini Me's all day long.
New mom Tyra Banks has taken to Twitter to share her experiences in motherhood, including her gratitude for mothers everywhere.
Follow along with Anna Faris for glimpses into she and husband Chris Pratt's parenting of their son, Jack, and all the adorable adventures the three of them go on together.
I wish I could be half as entertained by ANYTHING as my daughter is by this plastic mobile. #lifegoals— zooey deschanel (@ZooeyDeschanel) September 16, 2015
Zooey Deschanel's tweets about motherhood do not disappoint. She's Twittermom #lifegoals.
MOMS- When youre overwhelmed, just remember: https://t.co/Lk8uFKalKI— Kristen Bell (@IMKristenBell) July 14, 2016
Advocate and actress Kristen Bell shares encouraging moments for moms everywhere, knowing that it can be overwhelming at times.
"It's 8:30am & I've already gotten into 5 fights" - thugs, and parents of toddlers— Nicole Richie (@nicolerichie) January 14, 2013
Would you expect anything less than pure comedy from the hilarious motherhood files of Nicole Richie?
Having an infant son alerts me to the fact that every man, at one point, has peed on his own face. #awesome— olivia wilde (@oliviawilde) April 24, 2014
Always providing perspective, Olivia Wilde's Twitter feed is only going to get better as she's now expecting her second child, which she announced on Twitter in April.
7yr old "Do women get their periods on weekends too?"— kelly oxford (@kellyoxford) November 20, 2015
7yr old mutters to herself "Jesus Christ"
Kelly Oxford's Twitter followers eat up all of her tweets relaying quotes from her seven year old daughter, Bea.
It just occurred to me that the majority of my diet is made up of the foods that my kid didn't finish...— Carrie Underwood (@carrieunderwood) April 30, 2016
Relatable mom Carrie Underwood tells it like it is, making moms everywhere feel totally okay about their diets being made up of leftover banana slices and chicken nuggets.
Filled with gratitude for my mother, my "other mothers" and the privilege of being a mother. Wishing u all the most spectacular Mothers Day!— kerry washington (@kerrywashington) May 10, 2015
Kerry Washington doesn't just play a woman with strong political opinions on TV. Follow her for beautiful insight on what it means to be a WOC raising a daughter in today's society.
My husband had this little nugget scribble on a Mother's Day card for me today. I cried. Best gifts… https://t.co/8iffsszUyd— Kelly Clarkson (@kelly_clarkson) May 10, 2015
Emotional and adorable powerhouse Kelly Clarkson gets teary eyed over the little things, just like you.
Julie Bowen's Twitter profile puts her status as a mom right at the beginning of her bio, stating that she's a "maker of children."
Mother and badass babe Drew Barrymore takes to Twitter to share adorable photos of she and her kids, and great causes.
Hey moms! I came up wth a semi cute outfit for school drop off! I usually roll in sweat pants or lulu lemons and lo… pic.twitter.com/RJSTylBt46— Hilary Duff (@HilaryDuff) April 5, 2016
Fashion advice for school drop off? Let Hilary Duff show you the way.
Happy Mothers Day to all of the moms out there! This job isn't easy but the best job in the world! Much respect— Kim Kardashian West (@KimKardashian) May 9, 2016
Perhaps one of the most controversial moms on Twitter, Kim Kardashian takes to social media to celebrate motherhood, share pictures of her beautiful children and family, just like any other proud mom.
If you need advice on how to balance motherhood with a career, look no further. Rachel Zoe has all the advice you'll need.
Though Gwyneth Paltrow is fairly private when it comes to sharing her children on social media, every so often she offers a glimpse into her life as a mother, and it's beautiful.
Birdie didn't know who Oprah was on the weight watchers commercials and now I feel like a failure.— Busy Philipps (@Busyphilipps25) May 3, 2016
Busy Philipps offers relatable, hilarious insight into raising children, like when her daughter didn't know who Oprah was and she felt like a failure. Thank you, Busy, for making moms everywhere feel a little less daunted when it comes to educating their children... about Oprah.