Natalie is a born and raised Texan originally from Kerrville, Texas who is a hill country girl at heart. She graduated from Texas Woman's University with her master's in Counseling and is in private practice at Waco Psychological Associates as a Licensed Professional Counselor. Natalie married a Baylor bear and was blessed with a sweet little girl in June of 2016 and a son in heaven in March of 2018. We love calling Waco, home! In her spare time, she enjoys the outdoors, good music, anything sport-related (former soccer player here), and making memories with family and friends. Feel free to follow her on Instagram @natpaigejones

A Letter to My Rainbow Baby

"I choose you. And I'll choose you, over and over and over. Without pause, without a doubt, in a heartbeat. I'll keep choosing you". -Unknown Dear Rainbow Baby, The moment the image of you popped up...

Did someone say Mom’s Night Out? Top 5 places in Waco to explore!

When is the last time you had a Mom's night out or Girl time? Most would say it's been foreverrrrr. Especially in 2020, right?! Goodness. What a lifetime of a year it's been. Here...

Welcoming a baby during a Pandemic is a wave of emotion

Welcoming a baby into your world brings a lot of emotion, whether it's your first, middle, or last. In anticipating birth, moms usually have a specific birth plan or certain expectations they'd love to...
Sno Cones in Waco

Where to eat Sno Cones in Waco this summer

Beat the Texas heat with a few local sno cone businesses! I've compiled a list of several places that I have tried personally and must say ALL of them are delicious. I may or...

Shop Local for Mother’s Day | Waco Moms

"To the world you are a mother, but to your family you are the world."    -Unknown What a wonderful blessing it is to be a mom, step-mom, mother in law, grandmother, god-mother, or perhaps...

Moms,Do you ever?

It's the truth when they say you'll never be able to imagine life before children, once you have them. Quite often I am in my own world of mixed emotions when it comes to...

Grief and Loss during the Holidays

Most often in society, losing a loved one is a topic that people tend to respectfully bypass because it's uncomfortable. Grief can be misunderstood if it's uncharted territory for those who haven't experienced losing...

What all moms R E A L L Y want for Christmas

Christmas is vastly approaching so I've compiled a list of "I wish" gift ideas that most moms may want! First and foremost, how in the world can we get this memo out to our...

Honoring Your Angel Baby: Pregnancy and Infant Loss

When October rolls around, most people's minds are thinking of fall weather, long sleeves, pumpkin spice lattes, football season, Halloween, and prepping for the upcoming holiday seasons. Sadly, for women who have lost babies...

Toddler Manipulation At It’s Finest

Raise your hand if your little one(s) are experts at manipulation when it comes to bedtime? I'm over here waving my hands while jumping up and down. The struggle is R-E-A-L! My daughter turns THREE...