It’s so great to have you in our little corner of the internet! I’m Tabitha Blue… mommy, designer, blogger, wifey, sunshine chaser and lover of babies, lipstick, good food and beautiful things, especially when found in unexpected places.
FMB is a journey with me of our lives, our travels, and my attempt at domesticity. It all began in June of 2008 at the encouragement of my mother that we should start blogs… and I’m still waiting to see hers. This little space has grown right along with me, and after blogging for a few years on motherhood, Fresh Mommy Blog relaunched as a full on lifestyle blog where thousands come for tips and tricks on everything from DIY to recipes, from fashion and style to fun stories and life lessons! What I didn’t expect with this growth is how it’s become an outlet to share all the fresh little things we come across in our everydays, our inspirations, things we love… a Lifestyle, Design, Fashion and Food blog along with our crazy beautiful adventures as a family of five. Really, it’s just about looking at each day as a new opportunity to find a fresh dose of beauty, because it’s always there!
Tabitha has been named Tampa’s most influential mommy blogger and hosts her own online cooking show, KitchenWise. She has made appearances on Daytime TV and has been featured multiple times in print and online magazines, other blogs and websites. Tabitha has been pursued for her expertise in helping others figure out how to maximize their space and potential in their own homes while maintaining a sense of style and comfort for kids. After three pregnancies, Tabitha has helped many women with answers in what to wear and how to shop, for them and for baby. She hosts DIY Ladies Night Out at well-known locals, like West Elm, where other women come to craft and create with her!
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