A Mom That Sleeps is a mommy lifestyle blog that was started by me, in order to share my adventures with my 5 year old daughter Sariah. (Because like all 5 year olds, she’s a bit of a character.) It also allows me to talk about everyday life issues with other moms, like you!

You’re in the right place if …

You’re a millennial mom, with at least one child under the age of 13, or you’re like a mother to a child under the age of 13, who loves to spoil their special kid with goodies and special outings. You believe in spending your money on great experiences, along with great toys (because what child doesn’t love toys) and you have no problem dropping 5 stacks in a day, if it’s worth it. (Okay that’s a bit much for one outing, but you get the picture.) But most of all you love spending time with your *insert cute pet name for your child here*, (I tend to use munchkin). 

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On this blog you’ll find: 

Places you should visit – including kid friendly restaurants, attractions, museums, hotels, family friendly vacation spots, etc

Shows you should see – including broadway shows, dance shows, live character shows, the circus, movies, tv shows, etc

Things you may want to buy – including cheap, but cute, clothes for kids, cute household items, kid snacks, things that could make mommy life a bit easier, and more

Stuff you can make – including kid friendly recipes that your child can do alone or with you, easy recipes you can make for yourself or your child, simple DIY projects, etc

Events you should attend – with or without your kid (because moms need alone time too)

Things that entertain – including toys, video games, books, coloring pages, and more

You’ll also find: 

product reviews, recaps of events this mom attended, along with all the drama that happened, crazy things my daughter said, mom confessions from myself and other moms, and anything else I can find that’ll be worth your time. In the meantime, feel free to follow me on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram or Snapchat so we can chat and become mom friends IRL.