Here is a complete collection of blog posts from SAHM who blogs, archived back to 2016. As I’ve grown, the things I’m passionate about have come and gone but writing has always been there. Taking the time to write was something I neglected before I became a mom, but as I was trying to find my path as a stay-at-home-mom (SAHM) the opportunity to blog about things became very appealing. The more mommy blogs that I read, the more inspiration I got to write my own.
My main goal was to inspire moms, of any age, with recipes, crafts and mommy memories from my own stay at home motherhood. I remember putting a lot of time and thought into my blog, and I spent countless hours educating myself and maintaining the website and all the social media accounts…the least I can do, today, is archive it in a way that can be remembered for many more years, and I would love to share it with you!
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Halloween is right around the corner! I was late deciding what costume I wanted to make for my 14 month old daughter this year, so I had to make sure it was an easy DIY! I got inspiration from a Pokéball costume I saw on Pinterest, and decided I could make something very similar for my little… Continue reading DIY Halloween Costume: Girl Pokeball
Every mother has a birth story. This is mine. (Published 2016 as SAHM who blogs.) It was 5 days after my due date. My husband and I arrived at the hospital a little before 6 pm and went straight to the birthing center to check in. We were actually pre-checked in, so they were expecting us and… Continue reading My First Baby
A book review. When I was younger, my mom would tell me, “To be a writer, you need to read.” So, I was inspired as SAHM who blogs to read something that I could blog about for other moms. I chose: How to Have Peace When You’re Falling to Pieces by Rebecca Rode My first… Continue reading How to Have Peace When You’re Falling to Pieces
It seems to be a universal understanding that parents sometimes feel overly tired, hungry, stressed, and short on time (to name a few)…so apologies come out very easily. I find myself saying sorry every day to myself, to my husband, to my baby, or even random strangers. It is time for me to be realistic with myself… Continue reading 7 Things Parents Shouldn’t Apologize For
Two days before Charlotte’s due date, my mom came down to visit…so we prepped food for my freezer. We made some casseroles, but it’s also when she showed me how to prep shredded chicken. She shared that she makes shredded chicken every couple of months to freeze for recipes. It’s super easy, just put 8-10 chicken breasts… Continue reading 1 Week of Shredded Chicken Recipes