My name is Terah Byrd; I am a stay at home Mom aka "retired", who loves organization and good food - mostly when other people make it for me, I'm no Betty Crocker. I live in beautfiul Los Angeles, CA with my husband Rory, our 7 year old daughter, 2 year old and 1 year old daughter. So for all you Moms with girls... please share with me your wisdom for raising a house full of females. I will need all the help I can get!

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My husband Rory is a full time regional sales manager and loves what he does. Lucky for him he gets to travel every once in a while (must be nice). He is also a huge Dodgers fan and loves to surf (hence moving to CA.. surfs up all the time).

Our hometown was Virginia Beach, Va until we moved to sunny southern california 3 years ago. Rory and I have been married for 9 years and have known one another for close to 14 years. WOW, that seems like such a long time, but man has it gone by fast. After having our first daughter Winslow, we never could've imagined the journey of parenthood this would take us on years later. 

I began Mums and Bubs Co, at first honestly so that I could have something to do. Being a stay at home Mom can be really boring somedays and a repeat of the same thing day in and day out. Rory thought it would be a good use of my time to become involved in doing something other than sitting with my 1 year old watching Bubble Guppies and eating puffs. 

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After talking this idea through and creating an action plan, Mums and Bubs Co started to become something both of us were becoming more and more passionate about.

I've always been passionate about supporting other women, especially after becoming a Mom myself. For me, Motherhood has been hard sometimes and I know if it was for me, then there must be others out there going through the same things. 

So here I am... having a go and believing for the best not only for my family, but for yours! If I can help just one Mom to feel encouraged or gain wisdom from not only my experiences but others, then it was worth this whole thing.