Today I’m getting raw and real and sharing with you my thoughts and answers to the questions you left for me over on my instagram!
◈HOW TO BE A CALM MOM video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7_pY-3zwXVo
◈HOW TO DEAL WITH A BAD DAY video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LE7ouQPp70w
Intro Music: “The World In My Hand” By Pastis
Outro Music: “Light Em Up” By Daniel Kadawatha feat Dinah Smith
I’m Natalie and I have a passion for making videos that share the beauty of life and motherhood with a healthy dose of “real.” Life is messy, life is beautiful– what are YOU choosing to focus on?
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◈ Do you have a vlog channel?– Yes! http://bit.ly/natandwes
◈How old are you? — 26!
◈Where do you live? — Seattle, WA
◈What’s your husband’s name? — Weston (he’s the cutest!)
◈Are your twins identical? — nope! They’re fraternal.
◈What religion are you? — I’m a Christian, but I don’t consider myself “religious.” It’s all about the relationship I have with my Savior, Jesus!
◈Where do you get the music for your videos? epidemicsound.com
◈What cameras do you use? —
◈What editing program do you use? — Adobe Premiere Pro CC
◈What is your occupation? — MOMMY and I’m a full-time video creator and social media influencer. I also feel like my quest for the perfect cup of espresso counts for at least a part-time job 😉
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