You Might Be A Girl Mom When…


You know you are a Girl Mom when……

  • You realize you are over budget because you spent too much money on girl clothes – you just can’t help it because they are so cute!
  • You get offended because a stranger mistakes your infant daughter for a boy – regardless of the pink car seat cover, bows, and frilly dress she is wearing.
  • You can’t get the latest Disney song out of your head, and you know EVERY word.
  • You trip on naked Barbie’s and ponies when walking through the house.
  • Tutu’s and princess dresses take over half of your child’s closet.
  • Your child changes five times a day.
  • You find your brand new red lipstick is broken and smashed, and the evidence is all over her little face.
  • You find her dressing up in your high heels, and wearing your favorite jewelry.
  • Princesses and fairies are daily topic of conversation.
  • You discipline your child for being sassy, and realize that she sounds just like you.
  • You go to the grocery store and realize you still have tiny burettes in your hair from when your daughter was playing beauty shop.
  • Your child throws a tantrum, and refuses to wear outfit you both agreed on the night before.
  • You are constantly setting boundaries and age limits on make-up and heels.
  • Every craft your child makes includes glitter. 
  • Your child gets older and WANTS to go shopping with you.
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Sarah lives in Waco with her husband, Mark, and their three children Seth (11), Hannah Grace (9), and Adalee (6). Sarah and Mark just celebrated 16 years of marriage. Sarah grew up in Coppell, Texas (a Dallas suburb), and graduated from Baylor University with a BBA in Marketing in 2000. Sarah started her career in Sales, Marketing, and Advertising, and spent five years in corporate business. She then chose to stay home when her first two children were born. In 2009, Sarah took on the balancing act of being a business owner while maintaining the role of “stay at home” mom. Sarah found the many aspects of creating and implementing business strategies very fulfilling, and loved working in the beauty and skincare industry. After seven years of juggling these roles, she sold the business and has enjoyed taking time over the last year to write and prepare for the next stage of her “crazy life” Sarah was born with a passion for music, and has been leading praise and worship in different capacities since she was thirteen. Sarah and her family are members of First Baptist Church Woodway, where she is on the praise team, and has the blessing to serve in different areas of ministry. Over the years, she has been gifted with opportunities to create music, and to work with organizations such as the American Family Radio and Gospel Music Association, while releasing original music an independent artist within the Christian Contemporary genre Over the years, Sarah has loved getting to know the women of Waco by being involved in organizations such as Junior League, and MOPS (Mothers of Pre-Schoolers). These experiences, along with being a mom, have given her a heart to encourage and relate to other women. Over the past two years, Sarah has felt led to begin to share some of her own experiences as a woman and mom to help minister and to encourage others. She recently started a personal blog, which is still in the process of completion. Sarah is currently writing a series on dealing with crisis from a spiritual perspective, which is based on her own personal experience. Her goal with this project is to help others find hope in hardship. Sarah is beyond excited about being able to share, and to be a part of Waco Mom’s Blog. The last sixteen years have been an adventure! Eleven of those years have been spent living in Waco. Sarah and Mark moved away from Waco twice to live in Austin and Miami, and moved back both times for business opportunities. They are grateful to have laid down roots that have grown deep within the heartbeat of the city. They are thankful for their community, and dear friends they get to live life with. Sarah is beyond blessed to call Waco home.