The Domestic Engineer

The Domestic EngineerEpisode 38–The Domestic Engineer

 

This episode entitled ‘The Domestic Engineer’ is dedicated to moms who stay at home and work to provide full-time care for their children.

As the mother of three and someone who has been a stay-at-home mom for many years, special guest, Kate Ward, knows that being at home with the kids all day can be exhausting work.

She shares about why she decided to leave her full-time position as a videographer in order to be at home with her boys.

Kate also candidly talks about her struggles as a stay-at-home mom, her “non-negotiables, and what she does to recharge.

Finally, she challenges moms to do something that will stretch themselves personally, and that will enable them to grow as individuals.

 

 

 

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More About Kate Ward

Kate Ward is a mom of three boys, Micah, 13, Camden, 10, and Owen, 5. She has been married to John Ward for 19 years and owns her own video production company, Draw Productions. She has lived in Atlanta for the last 8 years and is passionate about loving Jesus. Kate is on the leadership team for Grace Church NE Atlanta, a multi-ethnic church plant in Atlanta.

Going Back to Work After Baby

Going Back to Work After BabyEpisode 23–Going Back to Work After Baby

Special guest, Ambrielle Smith, offers practical advice for mothers going back to work after a baby.

As an educator and mother of two babies, she knows the struggle of juggling work and family.

She shares some things that a mom of a new baby might want to stock up on before returning to work. 

She also gives clothing suggestions to postpartum moms for dressing comfortably, but fashionably.

After returning from maternity leave, Ambriell shared that it’s easy to return to work thinking you can do all of the things you used to do before the baby was born. But with the responsibilities of a new baby, she emphasizes the importance of setting additional boundaries.

Finally, we end our discussion talking about the challenges of breastfeeding as a working mom. She gives advice on things to do to make that process a little easier.

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More About Ambriell SmithGoing Back to Work After Baby

Ambriell Smith is an educator who works with the Houston ISD.  In addition to being an educator, Ambriell is a budding entreprenuer.  She owns and operates Onyx Pearl Designs, an arts and crafts, clothing store. She and her husband, Sean, live in Houston with their two children.