I discovered Joanna's blog ModaMama one night, I click on her Mamahood Exposed section
and there it was, all the good bad and ugly that I had been feeling. She shares the stories of other
Mommas, who have been though it. Honest and raw. I immediately emailed her and asked if I could share my story.
The rest is history. I fell in love with her blog. Her style. Being a Momma doesn't mean that you have to live in yoga pants from day to day. It doesn't mean that because you are putting your family first, you have to completely forget about your self.
I love that.
I have been trying to branch out and expand my style horizons.
I'm bringing color back into my world, one little outfit at a time.
I'd love for you to meet ModaMama!
Hi guys! I'm Joanna from ModaMama, and I really suck at writing guest post introductions about myself. So here's me in a nutshell: Mama, actor, photographer, tv host, wanna-be fashion blogger, and an epic failure at making spaghetti. Yeah, I know of all things!*sigh* Sooo...that's kinda me. Oh, and that's me in the picture there too...and in every other picture. Maybe I should add narcissist to that list? *stop rambling, Jo* Anyway, onto the fashion.
Do you know what I love about fashion? *other than the cute clothes and pretty things of course* What I love about fashion is its ability to make you grow, change, and take you to unexpected places. I know that's putting a lot of meaning into the things that keep us from walking down the street naked, but that's what it's been doing for me lately.
Several years ago you'd be hard pressed to find me in anything other than black. I just didn't have confidence in who I was and what I was capable of, so I thought it was easier to stick to a simple black silhouette. As I've gotten a little older and gone through some things, I've become more confident in who I am as a woman and what I have to offer, and I've tried new things, first in fashion, then in life.
Now you'd be hard pressed to find black in my closet. It's there mind you, it's just hidden among the sea of colors, pattern, shapes and styles. I still don't know who I am sartorially speaking - one day geeky, the next bohemian, etc. - but I've realized that my fashion can be fun, unexpected, and that I don't have to be too concerned about the message I'm sending, or not sending. I used to over-analyze. Now I play...and I love where that attitude has taken me.
p.s. See that little fashionista diva there? Yeah, she's on ModaMama a lot too.
p.p.s. I never visit without bringing a gift, so I'm gifting one of you fun folks with one month of ad space on ModaMama (value $30) for your shop or blog!
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