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The creation of 24/7 MOMS came out of Trisha Novotny’s passion to Inspire, Equip and Connect MOMS in all stages of mothering. Currently surviving 5 kids from elementary to college, Trisha understands the life and needs of a MOM. Trisha and her husband Steve, reside in Gig Harbor, Washington with their five children: Stephen (18), Shelby (16), Savannah (13), Caleb (8) and Nate-no (6).
So, Whether you go by MOM, Mother, Mommy or Mama we all have ONE thing in COMMON - we need other MOMS.
24/7 has been created by MOMS for MOMS who understand that this thing called motherhood can actually be an adventure all on its own - scary yet exciting, challenging yet rewarding, full of ups and downs.
This is why we as MOMS need a place to be inspired, equipped and connected as we travel this motherhood adventure together.Welcome to 24/7 MOMS!
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