Jennifer is the co-owner of Green Bay Area Mom. She is a mother of 4 children ages 11 and under, residing in Suamico with her husband Brett of 14 years. She achieved her Bachelors of Science degree at the University of Wisconsin - Green Bay, majoring in Psychology and Human Development. Jennifer invests the hours of her day into homeschooling her children, reading books, having coffee with friends, and teaching others about finances and personal development. She serves people through LIFE Leadership, passionate about helping friends improve their lives by learning different information. Jennifer loves the people in GB and the fun things to do here.
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You Have Breast Cancer

You have breast cancer. I was just hanging out after a long day.  My husband was out of town, and I had just put the kids to bed when I scratched an itch on my...
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Goodbye Covid Hair-Barber Mom to the Rescue!

Covid hair... Who knew that would be a thing? My children's hair grows so fast and furious that I swear they are wizards. I dread taking my kids into a salon and paying for...
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Things To Do This Week In Green Bay And The Fox Valley – May...

Email upcoming events to [email protected] Monday, May 27 Family Day (20% off), Get Air Trampoline Park Daily Activities, Titletown District, 7:00 AM - 10:00 PM Awesome Ambassadors & Enrichment, Bay Beach Wildlife Sanctuary, 11:00 AM – 12:00 PM Wolf...
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Things To Do This Week In Green Bay And The Fox Valley

Email upcoming events to [email protected] Monday, April 29 Jelly Belly Tasting: Can you figure out the flavor?, Wrightstown Branch Library, 2:00 PM – 7:30 PM Aldo Art Show, Aldo Leopold School, 3:00 PM Family Storytime, Denmark Branch Library,...

If You Give a Mom a Coffee

"If You Give a Mouse a Cookie" has always been my favorite children's book. Inspired by that book, here is my mom version that pretty much sums up my daily life. I hope you enjoy it.

Mom Friends: Maintaining Friends During This Busy Time Of Life

Friendship in the motherhood years can be challenging. Busy schedules, needy kids and “Mom Brain” can all contribute to our ability to connect or stay in touch with others. But one day, our lives will change. And we will need friends to support us, or just have fun with. So here are some tips to foster your friendships during this crazy busy time of life.

“Those Days” Home-school Survival Guide

If you are like me, you have had “THOSE DAYS”. “Those days” are the days that the kids decide to see how long my patience will last. At every turn, I have a child who is distracted, bored or just plain tired. And speaking of tired, there are “those days” that I am just plain tired. Maybe I am not feeling well, or traveling, or just in need of a break.

Mom’s Night Out

Let's face it Moms, we all need a night out! Being a mom is an exhausting, self-sacrificing, and most of the time thankless job (even though it is worth the work). So sometimes we need to get out of all of the serving and just have a little fun. So gather up some friends and try these ideas and places for your next Moms Night Out!

My Mother’s Day

Lets face it, normal life doesn't stop just because it is Mother's Day. Some everyday tasks still need finishing. Sometimes my expectations of the day do not allow me to notice the small wonderful things that my children do for me. And either I can focus on how bad I feel because I didn't get what I expected or I can see what is there.

R.E.A.D. Create a love of reading before a child can read

Reading is one of the most important skills in life. Yet some children and adults will never know the joy reading can bring. So how do we instill in our children the love of reading? Here are some steps that we can take to start fueling the desire to read even before they can.