Hi everyone! Thanks for joining in on the craziness. As you probably already guessed, I’m Sophia.

I’m a twenty-three year old wife and toddler wrangler – also known as a stay at home mom. I love this “job” of mine, but if you were to offer, I’d immediately take you up on watching anything that doesn’t involve Daniel Tiger or Doc McStuffins. Oh, and during our conversations you have to promise to not act surprised if I constantly try to talk about my kid because that’s just what moms do.

I enjoy keeping it real and telling it like it is. I’ll be the first one to admit that I haven’t washed my hair in five days. (Seriously though, who has the time when there is a tiny human to keep alive + make sure they don’t put things up their nose?) I’ll also be the first to admit that I’m just about as basic as they come. Starbucks? Target? Anything pumpkin spice flavored? Yes, please.

I truly believe that as mothers we’re expected to fit a certain mold. I’m here to show you that you can (and should) be yourself.

Above all, I want to let you know that, yeah, this gig can kind of suck sometimes. It isn’t always rainbows, glitter and smiles and that’s okay. Motherhood can be a lot of tears, frustration and worrying your own mom will think you’re crazy for calling her yet again with another silly question – and sincerely wondering how the hell she survived without a cell phone to call her mom when she had tiny babies.

Even though the days may seem like they’ll never end sometimes, we will be okay and we will live to tell the tale. The good, the bad and the hilarious – we’re in this together and we’re doing an amazing job.


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