A Mom’s Dream Comes True
Saturday, June 9th, 2012
Today, I would like to say thank you to all the moms out there who read my blog. I have been very lucky to hook up with the amazing people behind Everyday Family and share the trials and tribulations of motherhood with each and every one of you. I honestly believe that we are all more the same than different, and that each of us has our own daily struggles with parenting.
In the back of my mind, I have dreams of my own. Probably not unlike any of you out there, I have pushed these dreams away because 1) I didn’t have time and 2) I'm terrified of not succeeding. But recently, I was given an amazing opportunity to push those dreams forward a little bit. I hired a designer and have re-launched the Mom-Spirational Blog as a full blown, freestanding, personal website.
My musings at Momspirational.com are very similar to those here at Everyday Family.
The biggest difference is that much of my writing pertains to raising older kids as well as a little one (and I am free to insert curse words whenever I want).
So if you don’t mind cursing, and are interested in partaking in Wisdom, Wisecracks, and Wellbeing for moms – I would be honored if you would join me. It’s easy. All you have to do is sign up with your email address under the subscribe link, or like Momspirational on Facebook – and you will automatically be provided with updates from my blog.
I am super excited, and super nervous, and super hopeful that this endeavor works out for me. If I can do it, so can you!
And most importantly, I ask you not to allow your dreams to take a back seat to your mothering. Both are equally important.
If I have learned one thing, it is that not trying to make my dreams come true, waiting around for the perfect time, or finding excuses not to move forward will only do one thing: Get me nowhere. Just like our children take baby steps every single day of their lives, so must we – to create our dreams and continue to be involved with and do the things that we are personally passionate about. Not only does this allow us to propose a legacy to our children, but it also ensures that we are personally fulfilled (and successful) as well.
My blessings to each and every one of you, who enjoys the gift of motherhood!