The 10 Questions I'm Always Asked, and the Honest Answers I Never GiveJaime Morrison Curtis
I’m excited to share that I’ve joined the Babble Voices blogging team, along with my prudent-partner-in-diy-crime, Jacinda. So, while I’ve been sharing my style finds and DIY adventures with you here at Family Style, now I’m stepping outside of my comfort zone to get more personal over at Babble Voices. Take a peek at our families in the video above, then visit our new Voices blog, where I will attempt to share what it’s like to be an author, blogger, mother, and semi-failure at everything. To start things off, I rounded up the ten questions I am always asked by readers, reporters, and random people I meet, and provided the actual real, honest, perhaps-TMI answers I have never given in full. So if you want to talk miscarriages, boobs, and boxed macaroni and cheese, please head over to…
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Jaime Morrison Curtis is author of the bestselling book Prudent Advice: Lessons for My Baby Daughter (A Life List for Every Woman), and follow up fill-in journal My Prudent Advice, and founding co-editor at Prudent Baby, the premier DIY destination for crafty moms seeking ways to make their lives even more stylish and beautiful.
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Hello, I’m Jaime. It’s nice to meet you. Jacinda and I are both excited and a little apprehensive about joining the Babble Voices blogging team. Our nerves about this new venture seem odd, even to us. After all, we’ve been blogging for over three years at Prudent Baby (and a couple for Babble too) – so what’s the problem? Well, while we share DIY’s, tips, tutorials, travel adventures, and even videos with the prudent mamas over at PB, here at Babble Voices we are supposed to get a little more personal. I’ve started and abandoned about ten different posts, all with the intention of sharing something about my experience as a parent, or a woman, or even just as a friend, but I couldn’t seem to find my “voice” in this context (yes, I know, I’ve written two books on pretty much the exact same subject matter… but books don’t have comments!). So instead, today I think I’ll just introduce myself, then ask Jacinda to do the same. But, first, let me introduce our families.
Of course, I would rather just introduce Jacinda. Jacinda – St. Louis-frozen-custard-eating, bad-picture-texting, guaranteed-non-judging, deepest-secret-sharing, former-boss-turned-friend, Jacinda.
But alas, that would be cheating. It’s time to stop talking about crafts, cooking, what shoes I bought, and wherever I just traveled to, and start talking about what it’s like to be an author, blogger, mother, and semi-failure at everything… in other words, me. So, to that end I’ve rounded up the ten questions I am always asked, and provided the actual real, honest, perhaps-TMI answers I have never given in full. So if you want to talk miscarriages, boobs, and boxed macaroni and cheese, please continue reading… (more…)