Music sets my soul on fire. It has the ability to completely change my mood, make or break my day, and is always there to make things better.
Wow life has just been going on full force over here. I’m working full time for the first time in what feels like forever, while also juggling Sassy Mamaroo, a part time job, mom life, and my wifely duties. It feels like there is never enough time in a day to get done what IContinue reading “She Doesn’t Remember”
As much as I’ve worked to love myself and relearn to love myself over the years, I haven’t always loved my body. That’s been something I’ve struggled with quite a bit, more than I’d like to admit. Having babies changes your body. Aging changes your body. Eating habits, exercise, so many things change your bodyContinue reading “Learning To Love My Body”
This is a gift to one of the most amazing, gorgeous, talented, kindhearted, brilliant woman I’ve ever met. You see I met Ashlee back in 2007 when I started my first job. From the moment she walked into my life, I knew we would be best friends, I just didn’t know I had found myContinue reading “Dear Ashlee, I Love You”
I really debated on whether or not to share this. I of course got my daughters approval. This is real life. These are things we go through and moments in motherhood that are soul crushing. I’ve been fighting back tears for days as I debated this, but it’s important.
You know that post that has floated around social media for a while with the caption that goes something like, “Your girl wakes up like this, what you doing?” And it shows a girl laying in bed with blood on her pants or on the sheets. Yeah I hate that post. I’ve seen many commentsContinue reading “Teach Your Son About Periods”
Ah! I can’t believe it’s been 2 years already. 2 years ago after sitting on this for years just waiting for the right moment to start, not knowing there would never be a right moment, I finally took the leap. A leap I will never regret. The only thing I regret is not starting sooner.Continue reading “Celebrating 2 Years”
My kids grew distant during quarantine, so I didn’t expect them to miss me. When they did, it pulled on my heart strings.
I’m so excited to be celebrating the 150th blog on Sassy Mamaroo. I really couldn’t have done this without all the love, support, and all the amazing people that have shared their stories. Today I’ll be answering the questions you asked and wanted answered, aside from the few more complex ones. They deserve a fullContinue reading “Q&A To Celebrate Our 150th Blog”
March 7th 2006 my water broke. It was a flurry of emotions. I was terrified, excited, scared, happy, sad. My hormones were all over the place and I was to young to fully understand all that I was about to go through. Checking into the hospital made it real. I was having a baby, nowContinue reading “In The Blink Of An Eye”