“To a parent, your child wasn’t just a person: your child was a place, a kind of Narnia, a vast eternal place where the present you were living and …Mother’s Day in Quarantine + Books About Motherhood
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My (Initial) Expectations of a Stay At Home Mom
Before I became a SAHM, I thought that I was going to have all of the free time in the world. “This is going to be a blast!”, I thought; I would get to wake up whenever I wanted, make pancakes and eggs Benedict and muffins and fresh-squeezed OJ for breakfast every morning, take hours long bubble baths while The Little napped, have the house cleaned, dinner prepped and on the table just as my husband walked through the door! *record scratch*
Boy, was I wrong! Continue reading “Typical Routine For A Stay At Home Mom”
Hey everybody and welcome to the very first episode of The Jae Mommma Podcast* Name Pending.
In this podcast, I chat about the ups and downs of marriage and motherhood, as well as the importance of rediscovering yourself after becoming a mother.
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