Hello! I am Lynsey Jones, the Moscato Mom, a happily taken mom of two little Divas – The Teen and The Midge! I live in Pensacola, Florida where I was born and raised and plan on spending the rest of my life. MoscatoMom is my personal blog, but my network includes:
- Owner of Party Plan Divas
- Co-Owner of Top Mom Blogger
- Co-Creator of The Blogging Planner
- Co-Owner of Guilty or Guilt Free
Here at MoscatoMom my goal is to connect my readers with brands and products I love, all while sharing with you the ups and downs of my beautiful life. I have been honored to work with some amazing PR Firms and Brands such as Kia, Honda, Dreamworks, Progressive, FlipFlop Wines, Kimpton Hotels, Jacob’s Creek Wines, Genworth, and Warner Brothers. I was also featured on Lifetime and locally in the Pensacola News Journal. This year I am honored to be an Aerosoles Ambassador and part of the Greased Lightening Strike Force. I make sure to always keep my blog PR Friendly and will represent your brand with the highest level of integrity.
My passions include fine food, fine wine, and 80s Rock Ballads… preferably all at the same time. I have been known to struggle with boiling eggs on more than one occasion, but I am enjoying “Learning to Cook After 30″ and eating “cleaner” with the help of the Eat-Clean Diet. I also have a recent love for the Baby Cakes Cake Pop Maker which I have made everything from cake pops to Pancake Pops to cinnamon rolls and even some healthy options so you don’t blow your diet! I truly believe everyone needs one!
I believe that rainbows only happen after the rain, that everyone deserves a second chance, that those we love the most are those we hurt the most, that confidence is what makes someone sexy, that girlfriends are you most prized asset, that karma is at work every moment, that you can change your life by changing your thoughts, and that most all problems can be solved over a cold glass of Moscato.
The Teen and The Midge
My daughters are 7 years apart. Yes, on purpose. I am not the kind of mom who could handle two little ones, and I am woman enough to admit that. I highly commend the women of the world who can have two in diapers or two potty training or whatever. I knew that I was not the kind of mom who could handle that well.
So I chose to have my two girls seven years apart, which makes for a pretty humorous household. I have one learning to write her ABC’s, the other learning about the Birds and the Bees. One who loves Dora the Explorer and the other who has her eyes on my old Ford Explorer.
I am amazed daily at how completely different they are. The Teen is very reserved, enjoys one on one time and is perfectly happy to have a good book and a bowl of popcorn. The Midge however has never met a stranger and wants to be the center of attention every microsecond.
I will let you guess which one is more like her mother.
Talk to me!