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Happy mom and babyStacey is taking time off from her career as a Web content manager to write and be home with her son. Before becoming a stay-at-home-mom, she served in marketing, communications and copywriting roles in diverse settings ranging from Fortune 50 companies to the “got milk?” campaign.

Originally from Columbus, Ohio, Stacey lived in Cleveland and Boston before settling in North Carolina, where she now resides with her husband and their large, enthusiastic, bed-hogging dogs. They welcomed Hudson Wells to their family in October 2011.

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  1. Marcia Hightower

    Yeah! A new blog to follow! I can’t wait to read about your baby adventures and beyond:)

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  2. Love, love, love it!! We can’t wait to meet the newest rowdy to join our endless party…

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  3. melinda delgarbino

    Hi Stacey,

    Congratulations on your new upcoming addition to your family!!

    Heather belongs to “Charlotte Mommies”, a great group!

    Love your blog!

    Your cousin,

    Min Del Garbino

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  4. So excited to finally follow. My new blog will be up and running soon and I will send you the link. Btw you have to check out http://www.Pinterest.com. Enter “baby” in the search bar and your life will NEVER be the same. Also, http://milasdaydreams.blogspot.com/ has some really cool photos 🙂

    Hope all is well 🙂

    Best,

    Sydney

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  5. you should add content more often great read, also like the design of the site.

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  6. I found you on Freshly Pressed and I feel like we could be best friends. No, I’m not a stalker. I am so impressed with your level of wisdom when you’re such a young mother. I’m not trying to be condescending, it’s just that I’ve found that it takes most mothers a really long time to realize that planning and thinking they know everything is a huge waste of time. I’m the mother of a 16 year old girl, and most of the moms that I shared this journey with are just now realizing that there is no right way to raise kids, there’s just the best way for each kid that comes along. Love thy neighbor, every neighbor. I can’t wait to read anything coming from your blog. It’s a breath of fresh air.

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    • First off, I’m flattered to be called a “young mother.” 😉 (Of course, maybe you’re just referring to the length of time I’ve been on the job!) Second, what a wonderful comment. Thank you for all your kind words — it is lovely to be called a “breath of fresh air”!

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  7. Lovely writing and inspiring!

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  8. I think your blog is awesome! That’s why I’ve nominated you for a Liebster Award Click on the following link to see what it’s about: http://artreviewed.wordpress.com/2012/11/30/my-first-blog-award/

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  9. Your blog is amazing! It is so real!! You last entry about moving hit home! My husband is a marine and this happens often. We actually are going through something similar right now so I chuckled at some of the things you were writing! I hope your transition is a quick one!

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    • Wow — thank you so much! I can’t imagine doing this often — you must be a very strong person to endure a never-ending series of moves. Thanks to your husband for his service and to you for supporting him!

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  10. kendrathornton3

    Hi there!

    I have a quick question about your blog. Could you please email me when you get a chance? Thanks so much!

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