This blog was started out of my own frustration with the pregnancy apps and sites out there telling me that at around week 15 I need to “tell my boss” and start looking at all the HR policies my company has. I can’t tell you how many times I snarled and thought “wouldn’t that be nice, if I had some clearly spelled out corporate policy to refer to right about now!” Well, instead of constantly being annoyed by all the content out there that is aimed at women who work a traditional 8-5 or 9-5 job, I decided to chronical my own journey being my own boss and being pregnant. We’re making this up as we go along, and I want to provide more support and advice and just plain ol’ “I tried this… and it didn’t work” posts out there for those of us who own our own businesses and have decided to start a family.

In sitting down to formulate what this blog and site would be about, I realized that I have so many ideas to share, even though this is my first time doing this, I’m learning some things that are awesome and sucky about being your own boss and being with child. I also have found some great resources out there, but realized that they were not all in one place like a traditional baby/pregnancy/maternity site is (sites like What to Expect when You’re expecting and The Bump.com) so I want this to be a place to connect all the amazing resources that are out there. Women like Elise Joy, who started a business with a baby and then had another baby while in the thick of it. And mothers like the duo over at Being Boss, Kathleen Shannon and Emily Thompson, who talk frankly about being a mom and being a business owner. And more resources like (add consultant