Proactive, witty, and innovative, I write with a rawness that we as mothers crave to hear. I write and encourage mothers to find who they were before kids.To blend your identity as a mother with your identity as a mother and mostly- to never feel alone or guilty doing it.

Some of us knew we never wanted kids, but life surprised us and our children turned out to be something worth living for.
Some of us feel like the crappiest moms on the planet, but in reality are some of the best moms on the planet.
Some of us think we have it all figured out, that we could teach other moms a thing or two, when in reality we’re struggling but could never admit it.
I wish I knew which one of these mothers I am, because more often than not I feel like I am not doing a good job and that my best is another mother’s worst.