There's no right or wrong way, as long as we continue to do our best and give our kids all our love.

Dear Parents!

I know being a parent is tough!

It is a full time job on top of working a "9-5" full time job (if you do). 

I know the pressures we feel everyday and the constant worry that we are never doing enough and that we could do better.

I know it's someting I've struggled with everyday since becoming a parent! But I am here to tell you that we are enough! 

That all the struggles and fears we have are only strengthening us and making us great. 

A parent is never "perfect" and once we lose the idea of being a "perfect parent" and stop trying to achieve that. 

We become the parent we are destined to be, a "perfect" parent is truly just a parent who loves their kids and is trying their very best. 

There's no right or wrong way, as long as we continue to do our best and give our kids all our love. We are enough!! :) 

Love, Jenee  


My top 4 parenting hacks / advice

Hack 1
Ask for help! Don’t be afraid to ask for help when needed! I know it’s tough to admit you need it, but it does make everything so much better when you do.

Hack 2
Self care! Take care of yourself, I know it’s hard being parent and only taking care of your kids. But you need to take care of yourself too, so that your kids can have a parent who loves not only them, but themselves too!

Hack 3
Let go of control. Having kids is madness. And we cannot control every situation. I know it’s hard but sometimes we gotta let the crumbs fall where they may. It’s so hard for me because I like to be in control but once I had kids I realized that they are in control and I’m just guiding them!

Hack 4
Take it day by day. Parenting doesn’t happen overnight and there’s no books on how to be a parent. It’s all about experiences so take each day as a learning experience. Don’t try to force something.

7 questions about my journey

When did you become a parent?

In 2015 to my son and then again in 2020 to my daughter

How was the 1st night home with your first child?

Scary, I was petrified and barely slept a wink I just watched his breathing the whole time lol.

What is the hardest thing about being a parent?

Hardest thing for me is thinking that I’m not enough and not doing enough. And also letting go of control.

What is a super power you wish you had?

Snap my fingers and my house cleans itself, food is made, laundry done, etc

Where is your favorite family vacation spot?


What is your favorite thing to do with your kiddo(s)?

Swim at the beach or the pool

How do you keep yourself sane with the stress of parenthood?

I craft on my spare time it’s soothing for me.

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