Boy have I got some great Mom truths for you this month!
I’ve read their confessions over and over again just to feel that huge weight lift off my shoulders once again. These are the women that inspire me to do what I do, their sincere honesty truly shines through, and I know you’ll be inspired by their stories as well.
Please don’t forget to click their links and visit their social medias and blogs! Shoot them a compliment and a digital hug! Happy reading!
I’m heading into 5th month of blogging now and let me tell you, this has been the most rewarding hobby I’ve ever had. I’ve connected with people from around the world, I’ve had posts go haywire, and I have some amazing, loyal followers. Before I started this blog I never realized how social it would be. I seriously thought I would write and my words would go unnoticed. BUT, I had a plan, thanks Pinterest, and I executed it with ease. Now I can’t think of any other way I’d like to spend my downtime! Continue reading
When this idea for Momfessionals popped up into my head I had no idea how quickly this would take off. To be honest I was certain it wouldn’t even get off the ground. To my surprise, I had so many mamas contacting me. It was then that I knew I needed to do a part 2, instead of making them wait a whole month. Continue reading
Happy Friday everyone!! Today is a pretty special day over here at Stringfellow + Co. I have teamed up with some pretty amazing mothers. Mothers who, just like me, desperately want to connect and relate to other mamas.We are strong mothers. When the word tells us to parent one way we go in the opposite direction. We trust our gut instincts and we don’t care what anyone thinks of it. Continue reading
Oh the joys of being a mother. Am I right?? We all have very different lives, our days are no where near similar to the next momma, but yet we all have some way of cutting ourselves some slack. Continue reading
Before I started blogging I was a super private person. My Instagram wasn’t public because I was a afraid of what others might stay about my life and how I was living it. It was a completely rational thought, I know. Continue reading