Welcome to Mama Did It, a motherhood, pregnancy, and postpartum blog! We were established in 2020 and are dedicated to providing encouraging, educational, and inspirational, faith-filled content for your journey through pregnancy, motherhood, and more.
Mama Did It believes in a holistic and evidence-based approach to education and care. We believe we are designed as three parts, spirit, soul, and body, and that one part isn’t affected without affecting another. This is why we don’t only address physical recovery but also emotional and spiritual wholeness. We believe in caring for the whole self.
Hi! I’m Rachel, and I’m so glad you are here! My desire is to encourage you throughout this process called motherhood.
This is a faith-filled blog where I will point you to Jesus. He can, and does, turn anything around for good when we trust in Him. I am living proof of this truth! More on that later.
Secondly, I’m a wife and mom of three. My husband and I were high school sweethearts and married in 2007. Since then, we added three kids to the mix. There’s not even one time it’s all been “perfect.” Our story is sprinkled with heartache, loss, depression, miscarriage, and struggle. Yet, somehow always triumph on the other side.
Having the combined experience of 17 plus years as a mother-baby nurse, childbirth educator, and Spinning Babies® Certified Parent Educator, I have a passion for helping soon-to-be and new mothers make a successful journey into all pregnancy and motherhood has to offer. It’s no secret that motherhood is tough. I hope to make it better for you!
And in my spare time, I love creating stellar recipes for moms to use in their own kitchens.
None of our stories come without struggle, and mine is certainly no different. This is why perfection isn’t required here. Whether it’s motherhood, marriage, or anything else in between, the process is welcomed. Come as you are, and leave with what you need. Life will never be flawless, but there is peace in the midst of pain, joy available in sadness, and love in the presence of grief.
Thank you for stopping by! Mama Did It is all about embracing where we are, ditching perfection and comparison, and working through the process of life while learning to enjoy the journey!