I had so much sharing some inspiring mothers back in October, I figured it was time for a peek at a few more moms who inspire! These ladies are truly encouraging and bring a sense of light and love to the internet. And, in today’s world, there can always be a little more of that, wouldn’t you agree?
Melissa from While It Rains
Hailing from my part of the country, Melissa is a true Northwest mama with a heart for her family (3 little ladies and a son who just turned one) and DIY. I LOVE her DIYs. She makes them seem so achievable and I totally appreciate hearing the ins and outs of Pinterest projects from a mama friend who has really tried them out. This is one of my favorites and I can’t get over her daughter’s beds too!
Rachael of Kincaid Parade
Rachael is an honest soul. One of those mamas who isn’t afraid to say that motherhood is equally hard and wonderful. She navigates step-motherhood with grace and raises both boys and girls, twins and singletons, while working as a nurse and advocating for marriage-centered family (an amazing concept that could revolutionize our nation). Pretty much, this sweetheart is a must read.
Kaitlyn from Wifessionals
Kaitlyn welcomed a new baby, Rilynn, into her family this past summer and I just love relishing in the newborn phase alongside fellow mamas – it’s such a short and lovely season to witness. I’ve tried a handful of her meals and they’re amazing and her blogging tips and cloth diapering how-tos are fabulous too!
With a recent transition from Armommy to Rae Ann Kelly, I’ve enjoyed scrolling through the archives while keeping up to date with this fabulous lady. Rae is one of my favorite printable creators and I adore her sense of style. I mean, she is a graphic design after all, so it doesn’t surprise me that her daily life is inspiring. You’ll love her!
Emma from Your Fonder Heart
Every time I stop by Emma’s blog I learn something new. From her sound health advice to birth perspective (she’s a doula!) to her yummy recipes. And, I’m super excited for her new series, The Thirties … for all us mamas on the brink or those who have crossed into the that new, thriving decade.