Becoming a mother has been life-changing. It's been hard, tiring, gratifying, beautiful, challenging, scary and a thousand other things that only a parent would ever understand.


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It is these life-changing experiences that have inspired me to draw my everyday life as a stay at home mom. Whether it's the mundane tasks like doing laundry or the exciting moments of James', my baby boy's, first steps, I want to put it down on paper so that I can better cherish these fleeting moments that are often overlooked.

Being a stay at home mom can be incredibly lonely. I like to think that by drawing life's simple moments, I can connect with other mothers and help them feel less alone. By doing this, I feel less alone, too. It's a win-win situation and I have been able to connect with many lovely parents and fellow parent-illustrators through my Instagram account.

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#6 Colouring With A Two-Year-Old Like, "Please Don't Touch Me With That Marker"

Colouring With A Two-Year-Old Like, "Please Don't Touch Me With That Marker"

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Matthew A 1 month ago

1. Get white shirt 2. Let them draw on your back 3. Free massage

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#7 Always "Helping"

Always "Helping"

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Danny Boi 1 month ago

When you child tries to grab your folded clothes to put them away but then slowly and clumsily drops them and pulls them apart....

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#9 Peacefully Sleeping With Baby When Suddenly... Bam. Rudely Awakened

Peacefully Sleeping With Baby When Suddenly... Bam. Rudely Awakened

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Jessica Billings 1 month ago

I have no idea why, but I enjoy how her pants and the baby's shirt is colored.

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