Those who know me will tell you I am extremely organized. I made sure I went to school, took every intern I could and landed a full time position. After Being a wife and mother was always part of my life plan, but I wanted to make sure I had my life in order before getting married. It wasn’t until my mid-20’s that I started the hunt for the perfect man. It was a lot harder than I originally thought, but in 2010 I went to a bar with some girlfriends and I met my husband. It wasn’t until our second date that he told me he had a child from a previous marriage. I liked him enough to try dating someone with a child. It didn’t take me long to fall in love with him and his child. On August 2012, I became a wife and a mother in one day. It was scary. It was an adjustment, but we became a family of three. Soon after we decided to expand our family. We got the bigger house and I got pregnant right away. 2014 we were blessed with our first child. It was scary. I was responsible for a whole new life and this one lived with me full time. I was ‘off’ work for a year and that was hard for me. I loved my job and I really did not enjoy staying home. I was so happy when I was finished mat leave. Soon after I started work we decided to extend out family again. Mother’s Day 2016 I was blessed with my second child. This time I didn’t find it so scary. I came into this with a plan to go back to work after eight months. Then something unexpected happened and I went back to work after four months in a new career! For the first time in my life my ducks were not properly in a row. I was a new mom with a new career, but somehow I am making it work.
I am trying to be a career woman and the mother of three children. I am learning how to balance three kids, a husband, and a career without compromising my job or family life. Needless to say I am a busy woman.
In this blog I write about food, fashion, DIY tricks, as well as some thoughts I have on being a mom. I write about my life events and the opinions in this blog are my own. I hope you enjoy…