Hi, I'm Emily!

I am a Christian, a wife, and a mom of two. I am passionate about intentional motherhood and helping parents find the best products for their budget, lifestyle, and family’s unique needs. I desire to be a minimalistic mother and live simply, which means every purchase matters, especially the big ones! When I was pregnant with my first, I had a hard time finding honest reviews on products like strollers and car seats from a mom’s perspective, which is why I started The Stroller Mom.

More About Me

My passion for research, finding great deals, intentional motherhood, and helping parents find the best products for their budget, lifestyle, and family’s unique needs is why I started this blog. Seriously, if I had the time to stand in the aisles of Target or Buy Buy Baby and help new moms, I would! 

For years, I wanted to start a blog to share what I was learning because I struggled with the endless amounts of information available and figured other moms did too.

I was searching for a few high-quality products that simplified my family’s life and brought me joy. I wanted ideas about creating rhythms with my children, especially during the holidays. And I also desired to find books for my kids that help teach them godly morals. 

As mothers, we are responsible for raising our children with intentionality and purpose. This means that every decision we make, every routine we put in place, and every product we purchase, should be well thought out and intentional.

Being a minimalistic mother and living simply is important to me. I believe that every purchase matters, especially the big ones. There is so much clutter in the world, and many things are being marketed to us as “must-haves.” But the truth is, we don’t need all of those things. I want to help moms cut through the clutter to live more intentionally.

Through this blog, I hope to provide resources, tips, and advice to help you navigate the journey of motherhood. From product reviews and recommendations to minimalistic living tips and parenting advice, I want to create a community of moms passionate about intentional motherhood.

Thank you for visiting my blog and being a part of this community. I look forward to sharing this journey with you!

Some Fun Facts

  • I am the oldest of five kids and started mothers helping/babysitting when I was ten. 
  • I love babies and always have. I gave my first car seat recommendation when I was 13 to a new mom… I was clearly a very precocious 13-year-old. 
  • I was homeschooled K-12 and graduated from Grand Canyon University, where I received my Bachelor’s in Communications.
  • Growing up, I thought I wanted six kids, but I like the idea of four these days.