Sarah Bregel is a writer, feminist and deep-breather based in Baltimore. The birth of her first child in 2010 led to the birth of her writing career when she realized no one wanted to talk constantly about birth, babies or the messy business of being a mom. So she started a blog. She has written for The Washington Post, Scary Mommy, SheKnows, Mutha Magazine, Mamalode and blogs at The Huffington Post. She is a regular contributor for Mommy Nearest. Her work is featured in the 2015 anthology, It’s Really 10 Months: Special Delivery. Sarah lives with her husband and 5-year-old daughter and baby boy and blogs about the endlessly terrifying journey of motherhood at TheMediocreMama.com.
Before I had kids, I swore I’d never:
... have kids.
My most impressive parenting skill:
The one piece of advice I’d give to a new parent:
Start a blog. You will need a lot of people to vent to.