Casey Mullins of moosh in indy is widely known for her unintentional authenticity and honesty on topics ranging from antenatal depression, parenting, pregnancy, and nipple hair. Her ability to relate to others through difficult feelings, situations, emotions and experiences earned her the #19 spot on Babble's Top 100 Mom Bloggers last year. As the mom of two little girls, Addie, born in 2004, and Vivi, born in 2011, Casey finds some of her greatest inspiration, hope, fodder, and embarrassment courtesy of these two wild and precious little people. More than anything, Casey believes in the healing properties of sunshine, the power of naps, the wonder of babies, the magic of birthday cake, and the pure awesome that are cats.
Over the years my own parents have developed their own ways of congratulating big and little accomplishments in my own life and while it may seem that society only acknowledges a few major life events, I can speak from personal experience that with all of the technology at our fingertips and in our homes there are more ways than ever to be creative and thoughtful in everything from congratulations to condolences.
Perhaps you’re like me and live for validation and praise from your partner. However, if you do get the full dose of validation and praise from your partner then that is where our similarities end. You see, I married a man who shows his love through hard work, which is super comforting and safe, but MORE »
When Disney Infinity was first released, one of the biggest complaints I had was the lack of female characters. Now that Infinity has been out for several months, there are now eight strong female characters including Ana and Elsa from Frozen and our family’s favorite princess — Rapunzel. Through the month of February, Disney will be MORE »
We all have things that we’re good at or that we enjoy doing, and I’m blessed to be in a partnership where our strengths compliment each other. Young people are told to find someone with common interests and hobbies in a mate; I say balderdash. Sure, you can have some common interests, but what you MORE »