Angela is mom to a very fun, social boy and a newborn daughter, whom she has nicknamed “diva.” She works full-time as a middle school counselor, and is a photographer-wannabe on the side. She started her blog, the Mommy Stories, as a gift to two of her formerly pregnant friends, as a way to offer up advice and ease the transition into mommyhood. What started as a simple idea has now become a passion bordering obsession of talking all things mommy-related. This mommy strives to live in a no-momma-judgment-zone and be as honest as possible so that other moms can feel free to open up about their experiences, too. On her blog, you will find real mom’s birth stories, milk stories, and experiences of adding a second child to the house. She includes book reviews, photography tips, kid-friendly recipes, and heartfelt letters to her children. Check out her MomsinMaine blog, the Mommy Stories.
Caitlin gave birth to her daughter Lilly in December of 2010. She is a single mom, and works full time as a Recreation Therapy Director at a nursing facility. Check out her blog, Just the Two of Us.
This working mom blogs about parenting two little girls while working to simplify a crazy busy life. Follow her as she and her family work their way through a multi-year plan to pay off debt and re-prioritize the way they spend their time. Check out her blog, Diary of a Working Mother.
Jasmin is a nature fanatic. Holding a graduate degree in Conservation Biology, it has been a dream of hers to make a difference in the world and help conserve nature. Her career goals are now on hold as she stays at home to raise her son, Mattimeo, who was born in August 2011. Becoming a mother has made her feel more connected to nature than ever before, and every day she treasures growing, learning, and exploring with her child. Jasmin’s interests include attachment parenting (breastfeeding, baby-wearing, bed-sharing, gentle discipline, etc.), hiking, horseback riding, gardening, reading, playing board games, making music and practicing yoga. She has found that Maine is the perfect place to raise an ecologically-in-tune baby and is excited to share some of her experiences, insights and adventures with you in her blog, Biophiliac Mommy.
Jennifer is Momma of two wonderful, energetic boys, ages 1 & 3! A happy wife to a quintessential Maine outdoorsman, she spends her days running her daycare, her household and blogging. She writes about her life on her personal blog, www.thewescotts.blogspot.com, which is filled with menu planning, recipes, book reviews and family adventures. Visit her MomsinMaine.com blog, Balancing Act.
Jodie is mom to a beautiful and VERY energetic little boy, Brayden. Since giving birth in January 2011, she has been obsessed with being a mom! Not a bad thing, right? Brayden entered the world 12 days late, and after much anticipation, he was well worth the wait! Jodie’s blog, Confessions of a Momaholic, focuses on the random (and hopefully humorous) happenings in the life of a mom.
For Kristina, life as Molly’s mom, is life as it should be. A busy “mompreneur” she spends her days being entertained by her energetic 1.5 year old, running her photography business, and pursuing her MBA. In her blog, Simply Stated, Kristina writes with honesty and humor to remind readers what really matters on this fun and crazy ride with kids.
Michelle gave birth to her son, Charlie, on November 8, 2011. She also likes to refer to that date as “the day life really began.” Michelle soon learned that becoming a mother came with a lot of laughter, a lot of tears and a whole lotta love. In her blog, I’ll Turn This Car Around, Michelle often writes about the importance of having patience and a sense of humor when it comes to being a mom. Michelle is also the founder and editor of MomsinMaine.com.
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