Best Pregnancy Resource Sites

Finding out you’re pregnant is so exciting! But we also know it can be nerve-racking and overwhelming … especially if it’s your first time. You may feel inundated with information, opinions and anxiety, but it doesn’t have to be that way. Finding a pregnancy resource you trust is the best way to combat those fears. And luckily for you, we rounded up our favorite pregnancy resource sites.  

American Pregnancy Association

The American Pregnancy Association is your no-frills resource to all things pregnancy. As a national health organization dedicated to reproductive and pregnancy wellness through education and support, you can feel comfortable turning to this site for any and all pregnancy questions you may have.  

This association offers education and support for anything from “can I have coffee still?” to “what if something goes wrong?” Doctors and other specialists contribute to the educational material presented on the website. 

March of Dimes

Similar to the American Pregnancy Association, March of Dimes is committed to the health of moms and their babies. Not only an advocate for expecting mothers and their babies, March of Dimes is an endless source of information. Offering information on main topics like pregnancy, caring for your new baby, coping with loss and assorted tools and resources, you’re sure to find anything you’re looking for.

We love that March of Dimes truly stays with you from the very beginning and on!


Babycenter is a truly incredible resource. They offer plenty of education and resources, but they also offer a community of moms built to support and encourage each other through pregnancy and motherhood.

With an open forum, you can ask any question, small or big, and feel like you’re chatting with old friends. Mothers from all over the country and beyond are happy to offer advice, sympathy or a digital hug at any time. With an arsenal of sites, resources, apps and email series, you’re sure to find something helpful.

The Bump

The Bump was born from the creators of The Knot and The Nest to give expecting moms the same kind of help and information as engaged couples and homeowners. They’re here to help with every stage from fertility, to pregnancy, to birth and everything in between. The Bump offers expecting parents with expert content, advice, checklists and more.

What we love about The Bump is that they not only focus on the very important health-related topics, but also on topics that might be a little more fun, like maternity fashion and fun shower gifts.


We love Motherly’s mission: to create the manual to motherhood that everyone claims doesn’t exist! They offer a community of experts and other like-minded moms, but they also offer personalized, week-by-week guides to help get you through pregnancy and everything that comes with it.

With beautiful photos, well-written articles and a treasure trove of pregnancy and motherhood information, this is a don’t-miss!

Pregnant Chicken

Mama, we love Pregnant Chicken. Founded by Amy Morrison, this site is a frank, open and honest look at pregnancy and motherhood.  It’s a perfect mix of helpful information and well-placed expletives that will have you crying and laughing until you cry … trust us.

Bump Boxes

Don’t miss out on our curated selection of resources as well! Whether you’re perusing the blog, calculating your ovulation or estimating your due date with our calendar, we work hard to be a resource for our moms as well– moms will always be our #1 priority!  

Pregnancy may seem impossible to navigate at times, but there’s a lot of veteran moms out there to offer help. Your healthcare provider should always be your first resource, but having an lineup of pregnancy resource sites and communities can make you feel like you’re not doing this alone, and let you enjoy the beautiful experience pregnancy truly is!

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