Hello and welcome! My name is Katlin. I was born and raised in a small town in the Pacific Northwest and still live here today. I absolutely love the feel of a small town: the ten minute commute to anywhere, the closeness to our local family, and the beautiful scenery that surrounds us. I live in the Pacific Northwest with my better half, high school crush, and best friend, Levi.

We have been married for six years and I am very thankful to be able to navigate life with such an incredible man, husband, and father. After going to college and graduating with a Bachelors in Accounting, I worked many jobs. My most recent job was a full time accountant. In 2017, I became pregnant with our first, and decided to follow my dreams. I knew it would be hard to leave the wonderful workplace I was in and scale back to living off of one income. With the support of my husband, I took the leap and I am now living out my life long dream of being a stay-at-home mama.

Meet my precious, beautiful blessings: Mia Pepper and Piper Lindsey.

Being a stay-at-home mom and house wife has exceeded my expectations and I couldn’t imagine doing anything else, but is by no means a piece of cake. In my opinion, being a stay-at-home mother to our two beautiful girls is much more challenging, difficult, and exhausting (yet, also more rewarding) than being a full time accountant that works 60+ hours a week. I have nothing negative to say about working moms, as I admire all moms greatly and each woman is created and wired differently. We should be building one another up and supporting each other in this crazy world we live in.

This blog is a place where I can not only share all of the exciting milestones, events, and stories in our lives, but also a place where I can connect with you. I want to encourage you to speak your mind, live a healthier life both physically and mentally, and feel empowered to chase after your dreams. Whether or not that dream is a bustling career or simply five minutes to breathe in peace with a cup of coffee in hand. One foot in front of the other. We can do this, together.