5 Filipino mommy vloggers to check out on You Tube

Published May 18, 2021, 3:42 PM

by Denice Sy Munez

Artwork by Ariana Maralit

Motherhood can be pretty daunting when you’re dealing with everything by yourself. Aside from the support of family and loved ones, here’s a list of Filipina mommy vloggers to check out for some dose of inspiration and relatable struggles. They share how their journey on navigating parenthood has been doing on their Youtube channels.

Kris Lumagui

Kris gets candid about dealing with her insecurities and learning to love her mom bod.

Kris Lumagui is a beauty-content-creator-turned-nanay vlogger. As evident in her “2020 Channel Intro” where she clearly communicates the shift in her channel’s focus from simply reviewing makeup and skincare products, to inviting us into a glimpse of her family life as mother. Her videos nowadays document different ways of how she does self-care and learning to love her mom-bod, share tips on how to earn extra income as a stay-at-home mom by simply utilizing different platforms on the internet, as well as trivial activities like cleaning her refrigerator and what’s in her pantry.

Jamey Santiago

Jamey shares how she works at home while taking care of her baby (with her husband’s help)
throughout the day

Even before becoming a mother, Jamey’s channel has been a source of inspiration for teenagers and millennial women alike. Her content first trended in 2018 when she shared her beautiful love story with her husband and how they waited for marriage. Since her son, Josiah, was born in 2019, she continues to upload motivational material, as well as raw previews into her life as a wife and mother. She’s a must-follow for moms who want to be reminded about their purpose and being intentional about parenting values.

NANAY ISHA

Nanay Isha shows different ways she tries to boost her milk supply, and the experience of breast
milk leaking.


Isha Borromeo has been on Youtube for eight years. Previously known as the “Purple Heiress,” she’s rebranded her channel to Nanay Isha. Rightfully so, as all her latest videos include footage of motherhood realities. From the pains she endured at her final trimester of pregnancy, to her labor experience before giving birth, to the unnerving instances of not being able to produce breastmilk, and the actual lifestyle of having a newborn at home.

CANDY PANGILINAN

This video shows her patience as she coaches Quentin through an puzzle activity that requires
following instructions.

To say Candy’s videos are both heart-warming and heart-wrenching is an understatement! A single mother to her special child, Quentin, she presents to us her unfiltered moments with him. If there’s anything we can take away from her content, it’s that a mother’s love is limitless, and our faith in God can break any boundaries. Her channel reminds mothers that life is what you make of it, and that happiness can be as easy as simply choosing to be!

Mommy Ruth

Here’s a video about a day in the life of a stay-at-home mother.

Ruth’s videos can serve as a nice resource for moms looking for additional ways to make side line income as well as manage their home expenses. If topics like budgeting hacks for grocery shopping, house decluttering and organizing ideas, computing maternity benefits, home-schooling children, tips for handling toddlers, and freelancing/working mom guides, then Mommy Ruth is worth subscribing to.

 
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