It’s another honest episode of Momfessions for ya! And this time Emily and her guest talk openly about vulnerability and all the walls, blockades, lies, etc. we employ to avoid it. On the show is long-time Fort Worh Moms writer, Ashely Q. They review her article “Sorry, Not Sorry, for Being Vulnerable.”
Ashley is from Hurst, and though she’s flown the nest a few times now, she always seems to boomerang right back to her hometown. Her latest stint took her family to Chicago for the last four years. While Ashley, her husband of almost 16 years, her son and daughter loved life as honorary Midwesterners, Texas called, and it was time to answer. Though her children are in upper elementary school, Ashley found her groove as a stay-at-home mom and is not eager to give up the title quite yet. You can find her putting in the miles all over town with her “doggy clients” as a Rover walker and caregiver. (Dogs talk back less than children.) Ashley is often the loudest mom at the ball fields but comes in peace with the best snacks. She recharges with a run around Hurst, a ride on that stationary bike everyone’s talking about, or on a patio with a margarita and her very funny husband. Ashley has written for local mom groups and church and is a returning writer for Fort Worth Moms. Her husband hopes she will stick to more pieces on motherhood and less on disappointing stays at grimy motels.
The featured resource highlighted in this episode is our in-depth guides to extracurricular activities. The guide aims to help you, dear reader, research extracurricular activities that serve to enrich your child’s life while ensuring a positive and well-rounded experience. Check it out:
- Extracurricular Activities for Kids in Collin County
- Extracurricular Activities for Kids in DFW
- Extracurricular Activities for Kids in Fort Worth