About Us

 

The Everyday Mom Squad

Hello – thank you so much for visiting! This site is created for moms to come and feel accepted and encouraged. We know how hard it is being a mom these days – all the expectations society has of us – it’s sometimes discouraging! We started this blog because we are tired of being judged and being told how the mom-role should be. Every mom is doing their best, and we think we are doing damn fine!

 

 
We hope when you visit you can find comfort and get away from the everyday hustle and bustle of parenthood. This is a positive-only blog; yes, there will be venting, but we want this to be real-life. We will not allow any negative comments towards each other. This is NOT a political or religious site, just two sisters wanting to relate, and be relatable, to other moms.

The Sisters Behind The  Blog

We are sisters, best friends, and moms – but we live very different lives. Gina is a mom of an amazing boy, and lives in a beautiful, quiet mountain town with her husband and her two dogs. Gina is a working-mom who sometimes feels like she’s not giving her all to her job or her family – it’s a struggle. Ever since she was little she wanted to be a mom of a large family. It wasn’t an easy journey for her to fulfill; it took her six years and one miscarriage, but she was able to carry a healthy boy and experience being a mom, like she always wanted. She soon found out that it’s not all giggles and snuggles – but she wouldn’t trade it for the world.

Maria, is a stay at home mom of four boys – two of which are twins. She lives in the booming city of Denver with her husband and three dogs. She worked as a veterinarian technician, but when she had twins, she decided to stay home – it was the only way the hectic life made sense. She feels so happy and lucky that she is able to stay home with her boys, but she misses the working life.

 

We recognized how different we are, but how we stress about the same things – which is how this blog came into fruition. We realize that every mom walks different paths (even after growing up connected at the hip) and how we all feel like we’re not enough…and we’ve had enough of feeling that way! We shouldn’t feel that way. We are awesome! We are moms!

Any mom – a working-mom or a stay-at-home mom, knows it is not an easy job. Gina and Maria have done both, and know both are extremely complicated. It makes us question ourselves daily. There is no right or wrong way to be a mom! That is what we are all about – strong moms working together, because we all know – it takes a village

This site has a little bit of everything for everyone

The Everyday Mom Squad goal is to help moms become a better version of themselves after they have become a mother or in the transition stage.

The mother role can seem to take over our lives, which is completely ok, but that isn’t all you are.

We help moms find themselves again after getting lost in the parenting world. Becoming a more calm and mindful mom, while still being the normal everyday mom.

We know you want to be the best mom you can be, but still, be realistic about it, and not be judged by anyone.

This journey is about your and your kids, and the bond that you wish to grow with your child.

We love helping moms who just found out they are pregnant (congrats!), to new moms, to experienced moms, through their journey, and become happy, calm, and caring mothers so they can raise happy and caring children. 

We value our kids and our kids’ education, so we have fun education and play ideas and tips so you can raise a well rounded genuine child, that we know you have. Childhood is an exciting and emotional stage of life, here you will learn how to bong with your child at any age. Help them become confident, empathetic human beings. 

Also, we know how hard life can be when we don’t have it under control and unorganized. We have great tips to get you organized in every part of your life.

We hope you have fun here!  Feel free to leave any comments that you’d like – as long as they are uplifting, encouraging, self-searching, or funny. We’re not looking for judgment or one-uppers. Come and look around, join us, and be yourselves… as long as you allow others to as well.

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