Meet the Math

 

I’m Misty. I’m wife to Bobby and mom to Noah. I’m a Bama girl through and through, although I’ve seen a good bit of the world.

I started this blog as a way to keep my family up-to-date after I got pregnant, and it’s grown into a way for me to express myself as I deal with being a first-time mom, battling postpartum depression and anxiety, figuring out what in the world I’m doing with cloth diapering and more.

I’m a media relations professional at the University of Alabama, and I do freelance writing locally. I’m the former managing editor for a trucking magazine (yes, I wrote for truck drivers, and I was actually pretty good at it!). I’m also currently a contributing writer for AskMissA.com, I have guest posted on The Cloth Diaper Whisperer and Liberating Working Moms, and my work has been syndicated by BlogHer.

As for the rest of the fam, Bobby is my husband. We met when I interned at the paper where he worked in 2002. I refused to date him then because I said I could never see marrying him, and you see how that turned out! We were married in 2009, and since then another little Mathews has been added to the mix. Noah was born on 4/3/11. He currently enjoys crawling and pulling up, babbling, eating carrots and green beans and wiggling every way you can imagine while Mommy and Daddy try to change his diaper. He’s the sweetest, most handsome kid you’ll ever see.

So there you have it. Bobby + Misty + Noah = The Family Math.

One response to “Meet the Math

  1. So happy to have found your blog, Misty! Glad you guys are doing so well! Your Noah is just too cute for words!

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