Welcome to my Stay Sane as a SAHM interview series! Every Friday I will interview another SAHM and share it here with you. I absolutely love getting the insights and perspectives of other stay at home moms.
Because we are all in this together.
We are showing stay at home moms that we are strong, smart, and savvy and just trying to figure out what it means to “have it all”.
Being a stay at home mom (aka Millennial Housewife) can be isolating and hard at times. It’s not easy to navigate the waters of being home, changing diapers, cleaning up spills, and doing laundry without any adult contact until your hubby comes home.
That’s why I wanted to give you the chance to see how other Millennial Housewives do it.
You are not alone. There are so many of us out there. WE can form a community to support and trust one another.
This week I had the pleasure if interviewing Jasmine Hewitt of Love Life Laugh Motherhood.
Jasmine is a wife and stay at home mom to a beautiful little boy, Bruce. She’s also been a “Human Mom” to her Russian Blue Kitty, Dimitri Hewitt, for 2.5 years (or 25 cat years). Her husband Ryan is a former Marine.
She began blogging in late March of 2016, as an attempt to keep herself awake during nighttime feedings. While reading other’s blogs and articles, she started thinking about what she would write about if she ever became brave enough to try. Well, one night, she decided to try!
She loves writing about her fears and realizations as a first time Mom, how she builds up and maintains her marriage, and (sometimes) some of the things she experienced during different phases of life. She also enjoys writing about her favorite products (for babies and everyone else!) and things she has either never tried before, or absolutely swear by!
It was so great to interview Jasmine and get her take on what it means to be a stay at home mom and “have it all”. Jasmine talks about the monotony that comes along with being a stay at home mom (I hear ya there sista!), and gives some great advice on how to change things up so that each day doesn’t just drag on. Jasmine is so sweet and I loved talking with her!
I am so grateful to have had the pleasure of interviewing Jasmine and to share her wonderful story with you!
Here is where you can find Jasmine online:
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