It’s lovely to see you! Welcome to Mid-Century Modern Mommy, my blog about being a vintage housewife, fascinating wife, and mid-century mom. Here you’ll find ideas and information on vintage homemaking, mid-century modern DIY, vintage style and femininity, old-fashioned parenting and old-fashioned homeschooling.
Why I Started Mid-Century Modern Mommy
I started Mid-Century Modern Mommy as a way to reach out to other moms. I wanted to share with them how I overcame my struggles with sensory processing disorder and executive function disorder. Mid-century books and magazines had the tools that I could use to be a successful wife, mother, and homeschooling housewife. But no-one told me these solutions, because they seemed old-fashioned. Even using old-fashioned curriculum, resources, and methods helped me to homeschool my children successfully, and helped my children learn successfully.
I also started Mid-Century Modern Mommy to share my joy in DIY. I love making and decorating and planning and recreating. And I love to tell others about projects, and style, and things I want to do. I wanted a way to share my passion and connect to other online enthusiasts. I fell in love with mid-century style when I got into swing and ballroom dancing when I was a teenager. Now, I love recreating mid-century style. I love dressing like it’s the 1950s, doing my hair and makeup vintage-style, and making my home (and my menus) mid-century modern.
Find a sample daily schedule for moms here. Then, read about the benefits of scheduling your young children’s days here and here. If you have older children, then find out about homeschooling here. And finally, learn about the basics of vintage homemaking here. Again, welcome to Mid-Century Modern Mommy! I’m so glad you’re here!
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