Share a little something about yourself with other moms.
My name is Stephanie, also known as Moose, a nickname given to me by my husband once I reached the waddling stage during my pregnancy with my son, Landon. I graduated in May 2014 from WVU with my BA in English. I concentrated my degree in creative writing, and until my engineer husband picked us up and moved us from West Virginia to Nebraska for his job, I was planning to attend graduate school to get a Master's Degree. Not too long after buying our house here in Nebraska, my husband and I got the news that I was pregnant. We had our beautiful, perfect son, Landon in June 2015. I also have four fur babies, a dog named Loki who rules the house, and three ferrets, Frisco, Bowey, and France who rule their mansion sized cage and playroom, which take over my mudroom/laundry room. I like to talk and rant, which are usually done over a nice bottle of wine and something covered in chocolate.
What is your blogging philosophy?
Honesty. I like to think that if I am as honest and raw as possible with my blog posts then hopefully I can help other women get through the changes of their life. Being a wife, being pregnant, and being a mom are huge milestones for a woman and we don't always adjust perfectly, which is okay. As women we are superheroes, but we are allowed to not be perfect from time to time!
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Welcome and thank you for the connection. I like that you're keeping a journal on your pregnancy. One of the things i didn't do for any of mine that i would have loved to. All the best as you go through this journey and for your family too. God bless you.
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