Nicole G.

Nicole G.
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Nicole is a mom to two children each with big personalities - Reagan is currently 4 and Tyler is 2, they are exactly 26 months apart to the day, and ever since Tyler was born life has been non-stop! She's a stay-at-home/work-at-home mom who works full time as a virtual Social Studies teacher for middle and high school students. Although she was originally from the North Hills, 10 days before Reagan was born her and her husband relocated to the South Hills. (However, within the year they will be heading back North of the city to be closer to family). Nicole would rather spend time outdoors, preferably in the fall with a good book and a cup of coffee (or glass of wine), but realistically she is generally multi-tasking between work and the kids. She does love cooking and can often be seen having dance parties in the kitchen (usually with Reagan) while making dinner.

No Mom Guilt Allowed, Especially Now

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The next few weeks are going to test many of us for many reasons; but I hope what I'm about to share can be remembered far past this pandemic period. The idea of being...

It’s Okay to be Okay

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  There are so many seasons of life and motherhood, some days we feel like we are top of the world and other days we feel like we have absolutely failed (newsflash we haven't,...

Here’s Comes the Holiday Chaos!

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Does the month of December feel like it just snuck up on you this year? Me too! Thanksgiving was later in the month than normal, and as a result the holiday season felt like...

Surviving Sleep Regression

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I don't know at what point it was decided that part of being a "good" or "successful" mom was based on how your child sleeps because it could not further from the truth.      My first...

How a Random Act of Kindness can Change Everything…

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Have you ever noticed how even a small act of kindness such as holding the door for someone can brighten your day?  How having a complete stranger pay for your family's meal at a restaurant...

Bring on 33

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Birthdays are a strange thing. When we were younger a birthday often signified more freedom: learning to drive, registering to vote, extended driving curfews. Then birthdays were a fun excuse to have a party...

How I’m Going to Mom Different this Year

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I don't have to 'mom' like you, and that's okay....   I'm not the mom that cuts food into beautiful shapes and creates an artwork master piece out of a packed lunch, and that's okay. You...

Seven Ways to Recharge from the Role of Mommy

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It is no secret that raising children is a lot of work; and it is easy to get lost in the rabbit hole that is motherhood. It can seem like the days are filled...

Motherhood is Hard

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  Motherhood is hard. There I said it;  and I'll say it again, motherhood is hard. There is no doubt about it. The road to motherhood is a tough one. Birthing a baby is NO...

A Letter to my Second Born on his First Birthday

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Dear Son, You'll probably hear this from me again and again throughout the years, but I cannot believe how fast time is going. It doesn't even seem possible that you are a year old. I...