Welcome back to another exciting episode of Real Talk with Rachel Awtrey, where we bring you insightful conversations with experts and thought leaders on topics that matter to families. Today, we have a very special guest, Sissy Goff, a counselor at Daystar Counseling Ministries, who dedicates her life to helping families and children navigate the […]
When people asked me when I was a little girl what I wanted to be when I grew up, I had three answers: 1. A barbie 2. a firefighter and 3. an artist.
The journey becoming a Barbie came to a quick end when I realized it wasn’t an option. I highly respect firefighters but realized that that wasn’t a calling I felt like I had. But, the artist…oh the artist stuck around. I thrived in art class throughout school, really loved it but never fully committed to the idea of it. In college, to make a little money on the side, I painted acrylics for friends and started a small business painting watercolors of houses. I loved it, but the monotony of painting houses and the vulnerability of paint canvases for clients didn’t seem to be right with me. I was frustrated. I loved art behind a camera lens, with a pen in my hand going across paper, paint brush with paint at the tip but I wanted to know how to combine them all into one.
For the mama that isn't quite sure where to start, needs a little input or for those who just need a list!
I've been where you are: a tad bit overwhelmed with all of the baby things! Like, how do you keep up?! I kept getting ads for all types of baby products and just added all of them to my registry with no real plan. So, now that I'm one year into motherhood, let me chime in and help ya!
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