When I got pregnant with my little guy, my sister called me and said I should prepare myself for boredom – because being my plan was to be a stay at home mom and devote myself fully to my son (and husband). I thought a lot about that and told myself that I would keep myself busy with projects. And I did and do. And I’m so much happier for it. I love nap time because it’s not only a time for me to detox, but I use it to better myself and have some fun just for me. Being a stay at home mom is physically, mentally, and particularly emotionally exhausting. Moms need a mental release. Hopefully through this blog you can find a way to help yourself to a happier version of you.
A little more about me:
I love God
I love family
We have an adorable toddler we absolutely adore and we’re waiting on the Lord to send us another one. Or two. Or three.
I love food
I am serious about food. Real food. I hate cold cereal and never have it on hand. Macaroni and cheese is among my least favorite foods. I haven’t been to McDonald’s in probably a decade.
When I graduated high school, I knew how to cook about a dozen things. I ate quite a bit of hamburger helper that first year. When one of my friends heard I was switching to culinary school he laughed. I lasted one semester. Chefs are way too serious about food. I’m not a perfectionist, I just like it to taste good. I got a business degree instead. So I make good food, in my own home, for my family and friends and I love it!