Are you ready for things to get Pinteresting? There's a lot of inspiration headed your way. We've collected our favorite Pinterest accounts to help you gracefully fall down the rabbit hole that is parent Pinterest accounts.
Macaroni Kid Family Travel1 of 19
The travel never stops when you have kids, so you have to get a little more organized. Macaroni Kid Family Travel shows you how to travel with your kids and highlights specific locations perfect for a family vacation. From ideas about dude ranches to trips just for moms, this account has ideas for every adventure.
Favorite Board: Family Road Trip! It has everything for a traveling family, including routes, organization tips and traveling games to play.
Michelle DuPuis2 of 19
Michelle's Pinterest account proves that there is, in fact, a recipe for every occasion. For parents who are looking for inspiration in the kitchen, these boards contain everything from meals for kids, specific holidays or drink recipes for mom and dad.
Favorite Board: The boards for each holiday are packed with unique and crazy ideas that will make every guest at your event ask, "Who catered your party?"
Chase Roper3 of 19
These boards encompass everything that a dad would want to have, including simple drink recipes for kids, man cave inspiration and tips for new home owners. The ultimate Pinterest account for fatherhood has something for the work-from-home dads and the stay-at-home dads for an all-around dad-focused Pinterest. The only thing missing? All of the dad jokes.
Favorite Board: Work at Home Dad. Mixed with tips to do your daughters hair are guides for blogging and gadgets every dad would love (a.k.a. the under-desk foot hammock). This board is the perfect mix of work and family pins for a productive day at the office—or home.
Allison @ No Time For Flash Cards4 of 19
Educational learning based boards are the focus of this Pinterest account. Each board explains a different way to help your kids learn and have fun. With boards for math, reading and sensory play, you and your kid will have a blast learning together.
Favorite Board: Fine Motor Activities. This is a collaboration board and includes fun activities to help your child develop strong fine motor skills. Activities include painting, simple lace boards and Legos.
Oh Joy! Joy Cho5 of 19
Oh Joy! By Joy Cho is the perfect Pinterest account for moms that love their style. With multiple fashion collections under her belt, Cho knows what she's talking about when it comes to not having to compromise style with parenting—you can do both (and she'll show you how).
Favorite Board: Baby Essentials for Registry. This board will help any expecting parents get started on planning for their new arrival. The pins on this board include average items like onesies along with fun things like a baby tub in the form of a friendly blue whale.
Mari - Small For Big6 of 19
With a job title of "toy designer," you know Mari will have some awesome pins for your kids. Her boards are fresh and include different gift guides for every age group, giving you the chance to win "Best Gift Giver" award in your family.
Favorite Board: Best Toys Ever. When a professional toy designer has a board with this title, you pay attention. Most of the items she includes are wooden toys and fun plush animals.
Stacy of KSW7 of 19
This Pinterest account collects a lot of the ideas that you've always wanted to do but haven't yet. She has boards for movie nights, outdoor parties and backyard barbeques. It's the perfect one-stop shop for any themed event.
Favorite Board: One day he'll save the world. This board belongs to Stacy's 6-year-old son, who she notes loves lizards, science and nature. And of course, will one day save the world.
Anna @ The Imagination Tree8 of 19
The Imagination Tree has one focus, and that is play. There are boards for any kind of subject you could think of: math play, literacy play, sensory development play; the list goes on. There are also boards specifically for play in each of the four seasons, which means the fun goes on in rain, snow or shine.
Favorite Board: Nature Play and Creativity. This board gets kids in the great outdoors and learning at the same time. They can collect leaves and make miniature tree houses while learning about the environment.
ACTIVEkids9 of 19
Are you a fan of ACTIVEkids.com? Then you'll want to follow the ACTIVEkids Pinterest account. It has all of the great content from ACTIVEkids.com, plus some great parenting tips and tricks you may not have seen yet. It's a must-follow when you have kids with varied interests—the pin topics range from cheerleading tips, sports drills, DIY projects, must-read books and everything in between.
Favorite Board: How to Keep Your Child Alive and Game On! How to Keep Your Child Alive is everything to, well, keep your child alive. From the beginning stages of pregnancy to everything after, this board is filled with must-reads. Game On! is an essential board for parents of youth athletes. This board is filled with drills, athlete training tips and more.
Melissa Tayler @ImaginationSoup10 of 19
The Imagination Soup's focus is on literacy and reading, but they still have a board for pretty much everything. If you have a reluctant reader—or one that's just having trouble with reading—these boards will feel curated specifically for you.
Favorite Board: Emotional Intelligence. This board is designed to help your kid develop strong emotional intelligence. It has tips for mindfulness and brings the focus back to literacy with book recommendations for the development of emotional intelligence.
Playful Learning11 of 19
The Playful Learning Pinterest account looks minimalistic at first glance, but the boards are anything but. With helpful tips and tricks for the everyday life of both kids and their parents, this account has pretty much everything you'd want and everything you didn't know you wanted.
Favorite Board: Little Yogis and Global Child. We're suckers for anything yoga and the Little Yogis board doesn't disappoint. It will help you and your little yogi get quality yoga time in your day. The Global Child board is a great resource to help teach your child about the world around them, including DIY projects that will give them a look into another culture and global hand gestures they can use anywhere.
Laura Hutchison @ PlayDrMom12 of 19
Laura Hutchison, AKA PlayDrMom, is a clinical psychologist who specializes in children and play therapy. Don't know what play therapy is? Don't worry, she's got a board that explains it. The boards are great for parents to understand the importance of play and how it affects their child—which makes them learning tools for everyone.
Favorite Board: Play Therapy: Techniques. This board brings you the resources to do play therapy in your own house. It includes tips on mindfulness, positive affirmations for kids and emotional awareness.
Amy Mascott @teachmama13 of 19
Teachmama is family-focused with learning boards and important notes for parents raising confident kids. The boards cover a wide range of topics, making this account a great collection of pins for parents. There are boards for helping your child with self-esteem, book recommendations for every age group and even one on how essential oils could help at home.
Favorite Board: Digital Literacy. This collaborative board has been curated by other pinners who want to help kids learn how to navigate the web safely and effectively. It's even got suggestions for apps and websites for kids and parents.
Cool Mom Tech14 of 19
Cool Mom Tech is the perfect intersection of information that parents need for kids and information parents want for themselves. You can tech out your home while your kid can get the latest apps from the account.
Favorite Board: Road Trip Apps for Kids. This board might just save you from insanity the next time you pile your family into the car for a road trip. No longer will you hear from the backseat "Are we there yet?" every five minutes.
Steph: Modern Parents, Messy Kids15 of 19
Modern Parents, Messy Kids has an awesome collection of boards that are part of a larger collaboration. They are perfect resources for every parent and are collected from parents themselves. They cover organizational skills for parents, learning skills for kids and of course, play ideas for all.
Favorite Board: Parenting Know-How. No parent is perfect and we can definitely learn from each other. This board consists of pins that have been researched by the collective contributors before being pinned, which gives you a little more piece of mind that the parenting tips are actually tried and true.
Jamie Reimer16 of 19
Jamie Reimer focuses mainly on toddler and preschool learning for her Pinterest account. The boards include food (she's a baker's wife, so she knows what she's talking about), parenting tips and every type of play you can imagine. There are even boards completely dedicated to one facet of a DIY project, like the Coffee Filter board or the Blowing Balloons board.
Favorite Board: Experiment, Predict, Observe. This board has all of the best ideas to get your kids interested in science at an early age. Don't worry, the experiments included in this board range from toddlers and up, so even the little ones can start their love for science early.
Sarah @ Motherhooded17 of 19
This account may be used for saving ideas for Sarah's family, but we love the boards on here for every family. Of course there are boards for parenting tips, helping kids learn and develop and all of the DIY crafts that Pinterest users love.
Favorite Board: Beautiful Garbage. This board is the epitome of repurposing "garbage" into toys for kids. Did you know that you could make a drum out of empty Pringles cans, or that there are endless ways to bring new life to a simple toilet paper roll? This board is DIY overload in the best way.
Bonus Board: Altay Sendil18 of 19
Altay Sendil's board Parenting Perspectives is one of the best collections of pins for parents. It has pins that are hilarious and also covers the more challenging parts of parenthood. Teach your kids and yourself important lessons that this board covers, including what science says makes your kids happier, how to raise creative kids and what to do when a family pet passes away. With 193 pins, you won't be stepping away from your computer any time soon.