10 Pinterest Moms to Follow Right Now

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What site outranks Google in the ratings, tramples Tumblr and leaves LinkedIn in the dust? Pinterest. Moms are the main users—in fact, moms were 61 percent more likely to visit the site than the average American, according to Nielsen report The Digital Lives of American Moms. Dubbed "the hottest social media start-up since Facebook and YouTube," by the 2012 Digital Marketer: Benchmark and Trend Report, Pinterest is now the third most-visited social networking site in the U.S.—trailing only Facebook and Twitter. With over 17 million users, the site is one of the fastest growing internet and social media sites in the world. Entirely user-created, Pinterest has plenty of parent pinners who focus on kid-friendly activities, parenting advice and educational ideas. But if you're feeling overwhelmed with all the options, check out our guide to the Pinterest moms you should follow now.

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Little Miss Kindergarten

While this social-savvy user has a variety of classroom and home-based ideas for the 5-year-old set, the site isn't just for kindergarteners. The page also provides parents with a wealth of information and inspiration for summers spent outside, backyard barbecues, and holidays at home—like Christmas "minute to win it" game ideas to keep the whole family entertained.

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Spanglish Baby

Two moms—with a passion for bilingual education—developed this site, which features boards for parents raising bicultural and bilingual kids. Creator Ana Flores says, "Our mission with Pinterest is to showcase the beauty of the Latino culture for any child or parent to appreciate, and provide even more resources for parents raising bilingual and bicultural kids." According to Flores, co-author of Bilingual is Better, the Pinterest boards are a reflection of the site with categories including bilingual apps, music, food and books. A wide variety of unusual crafts and activities—such as story stones, paper flowers, handmade wind chimes and a step-by-step guide to making cascarones containing confetti—make these boards a must-see for any crafty mama.

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Robin Sellers

From cool crafts for kids to top teacher tips, pinner Robin Sellers covers classroom resources, home school hints and activities for kids of all ages. Nearly 9,000 pinners are following Robin's boards for creative ideas for the classroom and home. Her page is perfect for teachers, parents and anyone looking for interesting ideas for little, inquisitive minds.

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Nikki Beads Braids Beyond

Whether you're looking for an everyday style for your little one, a fancy up-do for a special occasion or a holiday creation, like braided hearts for a valentine theme, this is the Pinterest board for you. But hair isn't the only topic covered on this versatile and empowering site. Popular children's hairstyle blogger Nikki not only has hundreds of cute natural hairstyles on her Pinterest page, but also pins on a variety of topics such as special needs parenting, weight loss, healthy foods, kids and life.

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Laura MOMables

The focus of Laura's page is to "help busy parents make fresh school lunches in 10 minutes or less." Inspiration from her site (momables.com) and lunchbox bento ideas give busy parents hundreds of quick and easy options for lunches and leftovers. If your child struggles with an allergy, you'll find several suggestions for muffins, mac and cheese and mini bites—minus the gluten, dairy, or nuts.

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Debbie @ Country Fun Child Care

Debbie shares her favorite apps for kids, book recommendations, homemade games and toys, technology resources, and gift ideas kids can make themselves. Her site also contains what is possibly the best board ever invented for frazzled families: Quiet Activities.

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Jane Wang

This pinner covers an eclectic mix of design, haute couture, preparation for baby, back to school supplies, yoga and DIY. Wang has over 500 pins dedicated to urban kids, and well over 3,000 delicious recipe ideas. Make sure you have time to spare when you see her site—you're guaranteed to get stuck for a while!

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Jessica Turner

Founder of themomcreative.com has a Pinterest page dedicated to all things mama. If you're looking for photography tips, organizational ideas, or ways to save on the weekly shop, you'll find it here. Jessica even has a board choc full of useful mom essentials, like how to get Kool-Aid stains out of your carpet, de-frizzing doll hair, no-mess popsicle solutions and clever cell-phone number bracelets to prevent lost little ones.

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Kara's Party Ideas

Your kid's birthday is on the horizon, and you're looking for inspiration—look no further, this is the page to visit. With unusual themes like camping, Willy Wonka, woodland, mermaid and even John Deere party ideas, you're sure to stage the standout celebration for your child. Kara's page even includes adorable ideas for a sip 'n' see.

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Pregnant Chicken

Want to make your kid a big brother kit? How about pick the perfect diaper bag, find flattering maternity clothes or get new ideas for the nursery? This site has what you need...and it also includes unusual kids photography ideas if you need something that's not the norm.

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Education.com

For more of our parenting tips, teacher tricks, hands-on activities, science fair fun and seasonal treats, follow Education.com on Pinterest here!

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