About me and my blog!

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Hello and welcome to Mommy’s Crazy Days!
I am Brittany. I’m going to tell you a little about myself and my blog.


I  am a mom of 3 beautiful children. My stepdaughter Renesme (age 8), my son Adrian (age 4), and my baby boy Ryder (age 3 months). I have a wonderful husband (Devin) who supports me in every way. He encourages me to follow my dreams and always has faith that I will succeed! I love photography, reading, writing, and of course children!

At age 7 I decided I wanted to be a mother. Now at this age, my wishes to achieve this was not very practical. I was forever hoping to find a baby along the side of the road and for my mom to say I could keep him/her. This, however, did not happen. Just a few years later I found out my mom was pregnant and soon I was a big sister. I helped with my baby brother every way I could. As I grew up I helped my mom babysit Children of all ages. I spent as much time with my little cousins as possible. But none of that prepared me for all the aspects of motherhood.

Being a mother was everything I hoped it would be and more! But what I didn’t know about was the crazy side of motherhood. I didn’t know about the lack of multitasking I would be faced with, the number of arguments you could have with a two-year-old about poop, or how badly lego hurt to step on.I didn’t even know a threenager was a real thing! Oh but it is! Trust me it is! And I am here to talk about just that, the crazy day’s all of us mothers have. From the lack of privacy in the bathroom to hide in another room to enjoy a candy bar without sharing. All the way to the number of endless chores that pile up in a day that we sometimes say, “It can wait until tomorrow.” about.

I’m here to let you know you’re not alone. We all have these moments, even the ones who seem like they got it all figured out! Subscribe to Mommy’s Crazy Days! to join in on the conversation and hear about all the other mother’s crazy days!

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