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My name is Dawn. I am a stay at home mother to 3 children; Asha, Elliott, and Frankie.
I am married to my best friend, Brian. We have been married since October 2003. Since we were married I have been trying and failing horribly at trying to fit into the mold of being a stay at home mom.
I see women who have it all together and have more children than I do. I read their stories, blogs, etc and wander why am I not like them? Is there something wrong with me, because everywhere I look and every mother I see fits the mold of the stay at home mom. The perfect mother, wife, etc.
I would like to invite you on a journey of my day to day life as a stay at home mom that doesn't fit into the mold. A mom who has problems, sometimes I run from them and sometimes I deal with them. But, I am me. I am not perfect and I am hoping there are more like me out there who can relate.
What is your blogging philosophy?
I want to share my experiences with life, family, cleaning, cooking, reviews, and more with people.
I amm honest and will tell you if I don't care for something, I think people are looking for that and that helps people to see that others blog about items they like but also items they don't.
I have been blogging since...
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