IN THIS EPISODE, STEPH AND MICHELLE DISCUSS THE “THINGS WE WISH WE KNEW BEFORE BECOMING MOMS.”
In this episode, Steph and Michelle discuss what they and other moms wish they had known before becoming moms. From laundry to hemorrhoids fellow mom friends dish on what they have learned and how they can help new & expecting moms on their parenting journey.
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Episode 96 :: Show Notes
Just Add Sprinkles Host
Steph is the CEO & Founder of City Mom Collective; growing the network after founding its original site, Scottsdale Moms Blog, in 2009. Now living in the greater Minneapolis area, she oversees the national network by spearheading growth strategies while shepherding and encouraging an ever-increasing number of moms managing individual hyper-local parenting websites. She is married to Alan and is the mom of three girls, Nora, Elsie, and Audrey. She loves throwing a great party, connecting people, and cooking with a glass of red wine in hand.
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