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Mama's Day Design Comp Finalists!

Midnight Mamas Society by Lucy Olive of Lucy Olive Design
I made up (and designed) the Midnight Mamas Society because all mums are  honorary members of this exclusive club. Either you're up at all hours because the little ones be peepin', or you're up way too late after the kids are asleep just to remember what life is like sans-kidlets (even though we love them to bits, we all need a bit of our own humanity from time to time, you know?). As with so many aspects of this motherhood gig, there are times when it feels so damn isolating. I remember feeding my firstborn in the middle of the night (for the 5th time), feeling like I was the only one in the midst of it all... when in reality, there were so many sisters doing the exact same thing with me at any moment. We're never really alone in this thing. Midnight Mamas Society, unite!
So here it is. My salute to all mamas who are doing the midnight shift, whether by choice or by child. The design consists of an awake eye, a midnight tear, and coffee.
Enough said, right?
Queen of Cups by Sam Weaver of Loving Lens Photography
Destined to be me...

As a woman, wife, buisness owner, professional photographer and also but most importantly a Mum to a two year old with night terrors (hello sleep deprivation) and an 8 year old who thinks shes 18 and rules the world, the two cups I need full are my coffee cup and wine glass. 

But in all seriousness we tend to empty our inner vessel much like that of the Queen of Cups, we are always willing to allow others to drink from our cup, we love, we nurture and we are the Queens of our own destiny.

"The Queen of Cups is among the most loving archetypes in the tarot deck. She indicates compassion, love, and concern for ourselves and our fellow man. ... No matter who and where you are, there are things in you that are worthy of love and respect" 

So my design centers around the stunning if not a little tired Queen of Cups, but instead of holding a chalace she holds the sacred wine and coffee, elixers to motherhood. 

Destined to be me... a bad ass queen of cups.

More Than Enough by Jasmine Cullen

Feeling inadequate is a feeling most mums are familiar with, and its a feeling i have been haunted by on a whole other level as of late. 


I’m still learning it to be my truth, so here it is, written out for me, and you and all mothers.


I am, you are, we are, 


More than enough