If you’re anything like me, before buying or trying anything you go straight to the reviews to see if it’s worth it. I mean, I won’t even eat a meal somewhere before my fellow Yelpers confirm that it’s delicious. Ever since I had Micah, I noticed how much time I spend either reading about the things I use with you or talking to other moms about what worked and didn’t work for them. Not only does this save money [babies are very expensive], but it cultivates peace of mind.
Although this isn’t the most popular topic, ever since I had my baby, I heard more and more women talk about their experiences and how it affected them post-baby. I know this sounds crazy… but I honestly thought that only the women who dealt with depression prior to getting pregnant could experience postpartum depression. Man… was I wrong.
This is probably my favorite on-going project… life wise and design wise ;) JK. Kinda. In all seriousness, I love working with my husband! He is my biggest cheerleader and when it comes to his brand, he trusts me 100%. Now, I don’t say that in a “I trust you, do your thing, no need to show me anything” type of working relationship.
I could be petty and hold on to my husband’s obliviousness that lead to a pretty big fight on Mother’s Day… I could, but I shan’t. Although I am a petty queen, I’m working on myself. I want to be better in every way imaginable! I mean, if that isn’t the ultimate goal, I don’t know what is. Knowing that my husband has a great heart helps in the quest to be less and less petty.