welcome to the mom hub

I entered motherhood with the most natural transition yet feeling like a fish out of water. Anyone else? 

I was insecure in some ways yet confident in others. 
I was on cloud-9 one minute and then gasping for air the next. 

Let’s just say that there’s literally nothing else in this world that fills my heart as full as being a mother. It’s such a gift, refining tool and honor.

Turns out we’re all in this together, and mamas who are paving the way before us are goldmines. 

My hope for the Mom Hub is for it to add an extra splash of caffeine in your coffee, inspire some creative play ideas and simply never let you believe the lie that you weren’t made for this. 

You are WORTH cheering on, mama! You are chosen, loved and equipped for what’s right in front of you.

you’re #doin’it, mama! 

our family's favorite toys

melissa & Doug barn

Wooden blocks

Duplos toys

lincoln logs

fidget toys

sensory swing

Pack your sunscreen: Maui, Hawaii is at the top

Austin has some cute Air B&Bs

Europe—specifically Spain, Germany or Italy 

From TX? Fredericksburg for Sure! 

Hyatt Regency Hill Country Resort & Spa

travel spots for families

in the us

on a budget


road trip


ready for an adventure?


Run the dishwasher at nighttime, and unload it first thing in the morning while kids are eating breakfast. That way, you can load gradually throughout the day, and it never feels daunting. Thanks Elie! 


My 5 favorite mom-hacks: 

Spend at least 10 minutes a day per child uninterrupted playing whatever they choose to play. Engage, listen and make them feel like they’re your top priority. Thanks Nancy! 


If you’re late to the game with online grocery runs, now is the time. I’ve become a bit #extra recently and started having it delivered. I’d pay almost anything to not have to load up the kids OR carry the groceries all the way in. 

Having one earpod in to listen to a podcast—you can catch up on all your favorite episodes while also making sure the kids play nicely. (Need podcast recommendations? Right here!)


Keep a notepad (or phone note) with a running list of groceries AS you run out of them... that way, the grocery list is ready for you when it’s time to shop!


Some of the best advice is taken from mothers who’ve walked before me. I hope to do the same for others, because mama, there’s not time to figure it out on our own! 

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