Deanna Bautti

Deanna is a life long Beaver County resident. She is a first time, stay-at-home mom. She and her husband are teaming up to raise an entertaining and energetic little boy, Roman, who is turning one this summer. We share our hearts and home with a rescue Labrador Retriever, Geno, who completes our family dynamic. Deanna has spent a handful of years as a Pre-Kindergarten daycare teacher, and studied Early Childhood Education during that time. Part of her work as a daycare teacher was to plan events in and out of the classroom setting. She found a calling in this and went on to become a certified Event Planner who enjoys hosting various themed and somewhat elaborate parties for close friends and family. Before motherhood, Deanna had become a voice in the PCOS community, sharing tips and information on the subject to provide hope and support to other women like her who have experienced or currently experience infertility. Spreading awareness on the subject is something she is passionate about after being diagnosed in 2016, the same year she was able to conceive thanks to her faith, healthy lifestyle changes, and medical intervention. After becoming a Mom, she has gone on to create and Administer the Facebook page, "Beaver County MOB (Moms of Boys)" exclusively designed for activities in the tri-county area for boys ages newborn- Middle School. She also began a recipe blog for busy moms who just want to get dinner on the table at Also in early 2017, she became a page editor for a small business Facebook page, Beanster Goods. In her limited spare time she volunteers for a card ministry through her Church, enjoys binging on Netflix or Hulu series, reading during middle of the night breastfeeding sessions, is a Pinterest enthusiast, likes trying new restaurants with her husband, traveling to new places, finding age appropriate activities in the community for her son, practices Hygge, trys to stay active outdoors, while occasionally hosting get togethers for her neighbors.

Facing PCOS

I have only known I have PCOS (Polycystic Ovary Syndrome) for a few years, but I happened to stumble across this older blog post I wrote to family and friends as my husband and...

“To have and to hold, from this day forward, for better, for worse…”

These are a very important part of the vows I took with my husband, and for the past couple of months we have been exploring the limits of what that means in our relationship....

The Sandwich Generation

Boy, that title is really misleading if you are hungry or want to identify with a lunch special! While 'The Sandwich Generation' even kind of sounds like a cool band name, it really has...

Serendipitous Charcuterie

Serendipitous Charcuterie sounds more like a tongue twister than a blog title, but December was a very special month full of happenstance for me. And it all started because I posted  the only picture I...

Hygge – The Cure for Winter Blues

The holiday rush is through, everyone is recovering from the exhaustion of the season, the weather is grey and cold and there is nothing much to look forward to this month. That sounds like...

Neighbors on Porter

Last December I sent an invitation to our neighbors on the block to join us for a breakfast in our home as a "thank you" for always being good neighbors and to get to...

Starting Christmas Traditions

Last year was our son's first Christmas. In the weeks leading up to December, I tried to think of all of the traditions that my husband and I observe and how these would now...

The “Old Moms” Club

When I found out I was pregnant with my son, I was over the moon excited. Not only because he was my (long awaited) first, but because I have PCOS (polycystic ovary syndrome) which...
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Lending a Helping Hand

In my last article I was posting about my very long and problematic time spent with Hand Foot and Mouth Disease. (Catch it here if you missed it: HFAM Article) During the most awful...

Mom vs. Hand Foot and Mouth Disease

**WARNING: There are graphic pictures attached to this article to show my progression and recovery with Hand Foot and Mouth Disease.** So, as the story goes when things are going too smoothly you should be waiting...