These Youtubers Documented Their Life's Journey All The Way To Motherhood
by Sherry Tadeja, May 08, 2020 7:07pm
Art by Ahl Mirambel
Video logs (vlogs) are a common thing on Youtube now, with people more open to sharing their daily/weekly lives on the internet. It’s a big change of pace for YouTubers when one of life's milestones are becoming a mother, but these online personalities didn’t slow down nor quit on vlogging; instead, they made their platforms as a source of information through their experiences from pregnancy to sending their kids to school. And if you’re all for these types of content creators, then here are six accounts for you to follow.
Besides makeup and compilation of monumental events, Ara also shared her save-the-date video, prenup, and actual wedding! The channel is known for is her “Buntis Vlog” where she has weekly updates of her baby up to the day she gave birth!
Ice is not only a mommy vlogger, she is also a call center agent for an impressive 12 years now. Her channel started with travel and food vlogs. After she got married, it changed her content changed starting pregnancy journey. And now she's all about practical tips like shopping hauls from local tiangges.
Charo Diz is a Filipina currently residing in Bangkok, Thailand. She’s best known for her vlogs with her husband as they’re an interracial couple. Currently, she’s been sharing vlogs about their experiences as new parents. She just gave birth to her first child last month!
Kris Lumagui is a known Filipino Youtube vlogger with over 500,000+ subscribers. She’s best known for her makeup review videos and her family vlogs. After her birth, she created monthly updates about her overall health post-delivery wherein she also gave advice to upcoming mothers.
Reese Tayag, was part of a reality show in GMA-7 called Protege. After, she started her Youtube channel and posted makeup look videos. She eventually changed her channel into a family channel where they’re known for their family challenges, pranks, and vlogs.
A channel shared by couple Gerald and Mei. They started with travel vlogs which turned to their wedding preparation videos up to the actual day. They documented Mei’s prgenancy up to childbirth.
It’s impressive to see how these vloggers turned mommies juggled the Youtube life and parenthood. They also show us the ins and outs, and the struggles only fellow-moms could understand, so it gives us more perspective and respect about our moms too.