One of the biggest struggles I have as a mom is feeling like I have to be perfect. I am constantly judging myself and comparing myself to other moms. But I know that I am doing the best I can and that each mom struggles with the idea of being perfect. That’s why I have decided to start a new project called Confessions of a Mom. I hope to share my struggles so that other moms will know that they are not the only one with doubts and fears. That we are all struggling with the same stages and challenges and that it’s okay that sometimes we don’t feel perfect.

Come Join In!

Every week I will be posting a new confession. This may be my confession or if you want to participate one of your confessions.

I am in search for some moms willing to share their challenges. It is really easy, you just need to make a 15 second (or less) video confessing one of your mommy mistakes or worries. Don’t worry about introducing yourself because if I use your video I will post about you and link to your website. And if I use your video in the final full video I will put your info in the credits!

In the End

At the end of this project (I’m hoping to go for the full year) I will compile a grouping of the best confessions into a full video. I hope that when other mom’s see this video it will encourage them and help them make it through the hard stages in motherhood and see that they are not alone.


How to Participate

If you would like to participate make your video, upload it to youtube, and email me the link: unicornbeauty(@)gmail(.)com. Include your name, your URL (if you blog about your confession send me the post link), and I will contact you!

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Pepper Ferguson

Hi I'm Pepper. My family and I are sharing pieces of our lives.
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