Like Sex in the City…Only less sexy , in the suburbs
Slightly Sarah is a fun place for moms who struggle between being wholesome and being awesome.
If you love a funny post about a hot mess mama, this is your spot. From diaper cream to beloved beauty products, it’s in here. Are you into kick – ass recipes, DIY home projects, and sarcastic rants of a mad woman? If yes, I got ya covered girlfriend!
More than anything, I want to create a supportive network of women. Life is just better with good girlfriends… and wine….and shoes….and more wine.
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I thought I should start out by saying, if you are offended by the use of strong language, sarcasm or mild nudity, leave this page now. OK, there probably won’t be any nudity, but just in case. Also, if you feel the need to jam your beliefs or opinions down someone else’s throat, please go. “Ain’t nobody got time for that.” If you happen to be a judgey wudgey mom, you are dismissed as well.
Alright, now that we have that taken care of let’s talk about fun stuff. Raise your hand if while you were pregnant you said “being a mom isn’t going to change me”. I did, I did !!! Wow, talk about the most in-accurate thing to ever come out of a woman’s mouth. Of course becoming a mom changed us, it changes everything.
My life before kids was like “Sex in the City”, now it’s like “Less Sexy in the Suburbs”.
Now, don’t get me wrong, I absolutely wouldn’t change a second of my stay at home mommy life with my two beautiful daughters. I’ve been trying to find my inner balance between ex-fashionista and current mom-stat for over three years’ now and thought it was about time to share.
So read , subscribe, like, comment, and be awesome.
About the Author
I’m Sarah, and this is my blog Slightly Sarah. I’m only slightly Sarah now because I’m mostly, mom, and wife, and daughter, friend, or whatever else you want to call me. Like most moms, I sort of lost my identity after having kids. That is exactly why I write this blog.
Before I became a mother at age 27, I thought I knew exactly who I was. I was a hustler. Not like the drug dealing kind. Just a young woman, always on my grind. It was nothing for me to hold two or three jobs, while studying full time to finish my psychology degree. Real-estate and retail sales were my specialty. Needless to say; the day my first daughter was born everything changed. The only business I cared about existed in the four walls of my home. I believe that if my career had been my true path and passion I would have continued on.
After struggling with who I was as a new mom, stay at home mom, mother of two, it hit me like a bus. I began working on my doula certification and writing this blog, and never looked back. I love working with women and babies. I love being able to help a fellow parent, even if it’s just with a little comic relief.
* I have a super handsome husband who is nowhere to be found on this site, because he is conservative, and private, and has a big kid job.
* My husband and I have two girls, a 2-year-old and a 4-year-old.
* If I change out of my yoga pants, my kids know we are going somewhere awesome.
* I’m obsessed with my crazy dysfunctional family and friends. Normal people really bore me.
* If I could bring one celebrity back from the dead, it would be Amy Whinehouse.