About the site

Being a new mom is one of the hardest jobs, every day brings a new reward and a new challenge!  This site was created for MOMS to back up/help/support other MOMS!  Because there is no better tips or tricks then from someone who gets it...


We only have one community rule:

1) Positivity only!

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Every mom has things that work for them and things that don't.  This is a judgement free zone!  Going through one of the most challenging journeys of life requires love and support, not skepticism and pain.  If you chose to join our community and add value, we are very grateful!  However, if you break ground rule #1 you will lose your rights to contribute.

The Author

My name is Natasha, and I recently became a new mom. For as far back as I can remember I've always wanted kids and felt like it was my calling to be a mom!  From getting pregnant, to being sick for 9 months straight, mis-read ultrasounds telling me my baby was in trouble, to a c-section, breastfeeding issues, excessive sleep challenges, and a very independent baby (who hates snuggles), this journey to date has been a lot different than how I imagined it would be...  But at the end of the day I wouldn't change it for the world as I am so blessed with the most amazing little human who fills my heart with so much love!

So I always wanted kids, I grew up around a ton of them, I just assumed this parenting thing wouldn't be that hard!  Man was I wrong!  I did so much research, read so many books, took the recommended classes... but I swear the minute I had my child I instantly lost all the knowledge I required.  I don't know if it's because I was so unbelievable tired or just hormonal.  But luckily for me I had a really close network of girl friends who also had children, and they all saved me more than once.  There's no right or wrong answer of how to do things, but those days that are really challenging, when you don't know what to do next, I'm hoping this site will be a good one stop shop for moms to get some ideas of where to start... xoxo