I am excited to share with all of you wonderful readers some exciting news! The Whatever Mom Army continues to grow!

Starting TOMORROW you will see some new faces on my blog! You will see posts submitted by guest bloggers and contributors who are lending their voices to our incredible Whatever Mom community! Why is it important to have some new voices? Well, I know you could never get sick of hearing from me *wink* but my kids are growing and I am entering a new season of parenthood. In those really rough sleep deprived early months of life as a new mom, I never thought I’d get here. HERE I AM MAMAS!! One day you will be to!

My mission has always been to expose those struggles we all face as parents and ease the pressure to meet perfection. But, it wouldn’t be fair to my readers to only hear my struggles. There are new moms out there who need to know they are going to survive and they need to know there are other moms right there in the trenches with them. Mothering can be so hard. We put so much pressures on ourselves to make it all perfect.

Well, moms I am happy to share none of us are perfect. I want this site to be a place of comfort and understanding. Any parent in any stage of the game will find something they need. Whether it is connecting with someone else’s story, or a craft you need to keep the kids happy, or a recipe to hopefully get that picky eater to finally eat something (fingers crossed). Or, just simply a place to know you are not alone. We all struggle and that’s OK. *Breathe*

Thank you to everyone who reads each week. Truly, from the bottom of my heart I mean that! It is a dream come true to be able to write my thoughts down and send out to the masses. It amazes me each week that there are a couple thousand of you who look forward to what I have to say (my husband and two children do not count in that number, ha!). Someone once told me I couldn’t be a writer and I believed them. I also told myself I couldn’t be a good mom, and I believed that too. Thankfully, I was wrong on both accounts.

Guess what? You can find more really great moms to connect with right here in the very near future. Please check back often, or even better subscribe via email so you won’t miss a post again! You can also follow me on Facebook, Twitter and Bloglovin’. Just check out the sidebar for all those links. I love getting the chance to connect!

Happy reading!

The Whatever Mom is a twin mom learning to let go of perfection. She shares her real life struggles with parenting through her blog and contributes her time and talents as a writer to Hudson Valley Parent and Masshole Mommy. When she isn’t writing you can find her chugging coffee, folding laundry and not judging other parents. Don’t forget to subscribe via email so you never miss a blog post again!

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26 Comments on Exciting News- The Whatever Mom Community Grows!

  1. What a helpful blog for moms to connect! I’m not a mom, but I will share with my friends who are! They’ll love it!
    Karen |

  2. How exciting! I’m looking forward to reading the articles that your guests write for you. It’s always wonderful to get multiple perspectives in one place.

  3. So excited to hear about the expansion! There’s nothing greater than watching your baby (website) grow! And of course your own kids, too. 🙂

    Regardless what anyone has to say, you’re a great writer. And one heck of an awesome mom. May you day continue to be filled with positive thoughts.

  4. That’s awesome! It will be wonderful to see your reach grow with new people on the blog. What a fun journey! Glad to know there is light at the end of the tunnel from the early years as well 😉

  5. Congratulations on expanding the team. I know that it’s only going to get better and better. And I always try to prove the nay sayers wrong, even myself. 🙂

  6. It’s so fun to see websites grow. I can’t wait to see what you and the other moms have in store for us .

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