Being a first time mom is tough.

It’s overwhelming.

Juggling this new full time job, friendships, marriage, and taking care of you can seem impossible.

I get that!

And that’s why Snugglebug Life was created.

Here you’ll find tips, information, and encouragement during this crazy transition into parenthood.

I want you to feel encouraged—like you’re not alone! Because you’re not:

I get that breastfeeding can feel hard and overwhelming.

I get that introducing your baby to solid foods can feel like a big step. Something you just want to get right.

I get that marriage can feel strained after having a baby.

I get that being a working mom can be overwhelming and hard to navigate. Especially if you’d prefer to be home with your baby instead.

And I’m very familiar with feeling like there’s not enough time to care for yourself.

I get that you want to get it all right. To be a great mom. But I want you to know that You. Already. Are. A. Great. Mom! Recognizing that there’s a learning curve and searching out tools to help you is indicative of that.

And that’s why I’m here.


Hi, I’m Sarah!

Growing up, I only ever knew I wanted to be a stay-at-home mom. While other people developed passions for particular careers and positions, I never could quite nailed down a career passion area. My desire has always been to have children. Even at 6 years old I was sure I would be an excellent mom because my baby doll was always so lovingly cared for (news flash kiddo — it is not the same!)

Alas, staying home with my little one is just not in the cards for my family right now. Instead, I’m navigating this parenting journey in a way much different than 6 year-old me had envisioned (but lets face it — a lot of life is not like what 6 year-old me expected). The ride has been a little bumpier than I have always dreamed, but it is also so much more squishy and wonderful than I could have guessed or prepared for.

So thanks for joining me on this parenting adventure!

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