Natalie Sudia

I've lived all over the place! I was born in Hawaii, grew up in the Canadian Rocky Mountains, enjoyed some time in the cities of the Bay Area, and even spent a few years in Arizona. These days I am living in beautiful Colorado and loving it. I live with my husband, baby boy, my mom, and our 5 pets (3 cats, 2 dogs). There's a lot of love in our little condo! A few of my favorite things include: Pretty dresses (especially ones I can wear while breastfeeding/pumping these days.) Tea parties with my best girlfriends, and ALL the tiny tea sandwiches. Weddings, filled with love and joy, beautiful clothes, special people, delicious food and fun events! The Arts! Especially good novels, the theater, and photography. Traveling to all the wondrous places this world has to offer, both for fun and for visiting. All, and I do mean all, the animals! Even the creepy crawlies... although I prefer to love the creepy crawlies from afar. Becoming a mommy didn't happen overnight for me. Just getting pregnant took a few years of trying and wishing and hoping. Luckily, everything came together and I became a new mommy in September of 2015. Our baby boy is happy, healthy, and silly, and I love being his mommy. I've found that every day is an adventure when raising a boy. And I love a good adventure!

I've lived all over the place! I was born in Hawaii, grew up in the Canadian Rocky Mountains, enjoyed some time in the cities of the Bay Area, and even spent a few years in Arizona. These days I am living in beautiful Colorado and loving it. I live with my husband, baby boy, my mom, and our 5 pets (3 cats, 2 dogs). There's a lot of love in our little condo! A few of my favorite things include: Pretty dresses (especially ones I can wear while breastfeeding/pumping these days.) Tea parties with my best girlfriends, and ALL the tiny tea sandwiches. Weddings, filled with love and joy, beautiful clothes, special people, delicious food and fun events! The Arts! Especially good novels, the theater, and photography. Traveling to all the wondrous places this world has to offer, both for fun and for visiting. All, and I do mean all, the animals! Even the creepy crawlies... although I prefer to love the creepy crawlies from afar. Becoming a mommy didn't happen overnight for me. Just getting pregnant took a few years of trying and wishing and hoping. Luckily, everything came together and I became a new mommy in September of 2015. Our baby boy is happy, healthy, and silly, and I love being his mommy. I've found that every day is an adventure when raising a boy. And I love a good adventure!

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