As a first time mom, it is so easy to get overwhelmed by the thousands of baby gadgets out there. Not to mention, the sea of opinions from veteran moms on what products are great and which are a waste of money. If you’re like me, you spent hours reading reviews and speaking to moms only to get conflicting opinions – what one mom loved another thought was useless.
I love parties, especially ones with themes and ones that I can help plan. My vintage themed bridal shower was a huge hit and has been pinned thousands of times, but that was one party that I was pretty hands off with. I mean, I had my say in the theme, but it was my amazing mother and bridesmaids that executed the event.
Like most of the female population, I have body insecurities. I can’t remember when they started, probably somewhere around puberty when my legs grew to insane lengths causing me to hold the title for tallest in the class for a few years. I was insecure about my height until my twenties when I realized that being tall is something a lot of people covet.
I’ve always been the type of person and writer that is brutally honest. I believe in transparency and I believe that people read blogs because they are looking to connect with a real person with real flaws that they can identify with. I always knew that when I got pregnant I’d blog about it. I blog about many things, but always about things that touch my life or that I feel excited or passionate about and I knew that if I became a parent my blog content would organically transition into writing about that experience.