Hey there! I’m Erin.
I’m a wife, stay-at-home mom, and passionate mompreneur. I love helping other new moms find happiness through the crazy challenges of early motherhood.
Before becoming a mom, I was an interior designer and writer. I thrived on structure, schedules, and planning with a splash of creativity. When I finally got that much-prayed for positive test, I knew that my life was going to completely change.
The thing is, I wasn’t prepared for exactly how much.
As you’ve probably figured out by now, there is no secret blueprint for transition into motherhood. There’s no manual on how to care for babies. When I became pregnant, I did my best to find out as much as I could about the little one growing inside me. Even still, those first few months of motherhood were hard.
During that difficult time, I realized something…I didn’t want to just survive motherhood. I wanted my baby and I to thrive.
I wanted to remember the early days of motherhood fondly and know that I enjoyed it to its fullest.
Who Are You?
If you’re visiting my blog, chances are you’re looking for the same answers that I am: how to not only survive early motherhood, but thrive.
You’re an intentional mom that doesn’t just want to breeze through early motherhood. You want to savor this challenging, yet beautiful time. Your greatest desire is to find the best tips, advice, and products to help you and your baby grow through this short time.
If that sounds like you, you’ve come to the right blog.
Blunders in Babyland Are Inevitable
My grace is sufficient for you, for my power is made perfect in weakness.
2 Corinthians 12:9 (ESV)
You’ll never be the perfect mom. Neither will I. And that’s just fine. In fact, I want you to just throw away whatever idea you had of the “perfect mom” right now.
The purpose of my blog is to connect you with the information you need to thrive in your new role. Whether that’s tips on breastfeeding, baby sleep, pregnancy, newborn care, or the best baby products.
When you find solutions to these baby blunders, you can focus on what you need to: loving your #momlife.
So, that’s me in a nutshell. I hope we’ll get to know each other more in the future. Before you leave, I’d love to hear from you. What brought you here? What can I help you with?