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I’m Katie!

Welcome to “It’s A Mother Thing,” the journey of Katie Reed, a devoted mother navigating the intricate paths of motherhood. What began as a heartfelt blog sharing the candid moments of a young mother of four lively boys, has beautifully evolved into a sanctuary for parents worldwide.

In the early days, Katie’s genuine tales of pregnancies, toddlerhood, and the daily triumphs and challenges of motherhood resonated with many. Her warm, from-the-heart writing offered a comforting embrace in the vast world of parenting, earning her blog an award for its impactful narratives.

As the years gracefully unfolded, “It’s A Mother Thing” blossomed. Katie’s growing audience, eager for authentic answers to their pressing questions, transformed this intimate blog into a trusted haven for parents. Today, it stands as a vibrant community where parents unite, seeking and sharing insights on positive parenting, nutritious family meals, and the joyful facets of motherhood.

At “It’s A Mother Thing,” we are steadfast in our commitment to deliver content that is not only high-quality and honest but also richly entertaining. Our narratives are woven with practical advice and real-life stories that echo in the hearts of parents, offering solace, guidance, and a shared understanding.

With a blogging journey that spans over two decades, Katie’s voice has echoed on prominent platforms including HuffPost, Scary Mommy, Meraki Lane, and iVillage. In 2010, she embarked on a new chapter with “It’s A Mother Thing,” chronicling her first pregnancy and the blissful and bewildering moments of new motherhood. Today, her blog stands as a beacon, illuminating the path for parents, and drawing thousands of followers from across the globe.

Beyond the blog, Katie’s creativity flows as an artist, writer, podcaster, and video blogger. Her passions extend to the culinary arts, crafting, and traversing both familiar and distant locales. Join Katie and the vibrant community at “It’s A Mother Thing,” and embark on a journey of exploration, learning, and the boundless joys of parenting.

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