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Thought TikTok was just for cool teens and celebrities? Think again … parents are flooding to the social media platform in droves for real life inspiration and motivation to get through the days in parenting land.
And Aussie mums who take to the ‘Tok are proving more popular than most, racking up hundreds of thousands of followers in a very short amount of time.
Highlighting that no one parent’s experience is exactly the same, these mothers’ followers can expect to see all the highs and lows – including the hot pursuit of trying to be the ‘cool mum’ to the adorable yet unfiltered thoughts of young ones to the mental health struggles that sometimes come alongside being a parent.
We’ve shared the Aussie mums who are nailing the TikTok thing in the gallery below …
Nat Alise @Nat.alise, Gold Coast – 1.2m followers
Nat is a single mum of two aims who aims to take the stigmas out of being a parent. She lives her life freely as a bisexual, but is currently perfeclty satisfied being a single mother.
Nat will have you in stitches all night with her Aussie comedy and relatable parenting videos.
@laurasakkas, Gold Coast – 93.9k followers
Representing real and raw motherhood, Laura openly shares her story of losing her baby to Congenital Heart Disease (CHD) shortly after he was born. Laura creates TikTok videos in support of all women who have lost a child. She is currently documenting her experience being pregnant to her rainbow baby.
@just_me_tig, Wagga Wagga – 16.3k followers
Brightening up the feeds of many, this quirky single mum loves to post fun and positive videos on TikTok to encourage and motivate other women!
Tig also never shies away from posting hilarious videos of her daughter being brutally honest and downright adorable.
@life_of_carolyn, Melbourne – 52.9k followers
Your mental health cheerleader – Carolyn has dedicated her large following on TikTok to raise awareness for mental health. She is the founder of @motherhoodsquad, which aims to raise awareness and provide support for struggling mums.
@aussiemumvlogger, Tweed Heads – 16.7k followers
After her daughter was born with a cleft lip, Keiara took to TikTok to share her story of her child’s recovery. She now works alongside @operationsmileaustralia with her business @loveellisrose to donate funds for cleft lip or palate repair, helping children born with deformities.
She also does not mind a good TikTok dance – or two!
@truthful.tellie, Tasmania – 105.4k followers
Tellie is a Tassie-based mama to five toddlers.
Having her hands full with five, Tellie takes to TikTok to share the funny, relatable and downright adorable moments – her ‘conversations with a toddler’ vids will have you in stitches!